This may seem like a strange inclusion for a couple of reasons. One, JG only offers one kind of pizza on its menu, usually only at lunch. Two, it isnít really a pizza at all, but a flatbread that kinda sorta tastes like a pizza. Sometimes. And three, that single flatbread changes so often that the really good ones are often gone before you can develop a true and lasting relationship with them. But the reason why it made the list despite all these marks against it? Because when the kitchen at JG Domestic has a good pizza-like object on the board (like the truffle, black trumpets, prosciutto and egg version, or the local asparagus with ricotta and pancetta), it can easily stand up among the best pies in the entire city.