Originally Posted by Find Finn
Sao Paulo will defintly argue.
i wasted $70 for shitty pizza in Rio. I bet you can find good pizza there but you'll still have to pay a lot. It was like when I was in Prague, I was craving a regular hamburger and had an awesome one when I gambled on my hotel room service menu, but of course it was extravagantly expensive.
The ironic meal for me in Rio was at their most famous Brazilian Steak/Grill place. The food was great, but it was over $300 for just my wife and I (and we didn't even drink), and was chuckling at the times I've been hoodwinked by friends to eat at the Brazilian Grill in hells kitchen and had the same "why did I just do that to myself?" feeling.
the northeast has great pizza to price and accessibility ratio. just like the southwest/california/westcoast has great mexican food to price ratio and accessibility ratio.
try finding great mexican food in NYC. you can probably find it but it'll cost you or you'll really have to find it.
which swings us back to the midwest... where chicago is super underrrated when it comes to mexican food. I've always wondered why there's such a huge mexican population in chicago and why it isn't portrayed in the media (through TV shows and what not).