It's impossible for New Yorkers to agree on the best slice, but Di Fara is—as far as New York's pizza wars go—universally loved. Its classic New York-meets-Neapolitan–style pies and thick, crunchy-crusted Sicilian-style slices get served out of an unpretentious corner spot that's been in business since '65 and still keeps the crowds coming. Italian expat Domenico De Marco turns out robust pies with dough that's made fresh several times a day and plenty of imported ingredients, and the lines for his pizza are legendary—of course, you can order it straight to your house and skip the wait entirely. Goldbelly now sells Di Fara pizzas in both Sicilian and Neapolitan varieties, and if you really can't decide, there's even a combo pack.
Maybe you've already ordered from every restaurant in your neighborhood four times this week or you're feeling a little homesick for a city on the other side of the country, or maybe—just maybe—you're just dying to try that one sandwich from a restaurant in a city you've never been to. Whatever the case, some of the best delis, cafés, sandwich shops, barbecue joints, bakeries and butchers deliver out of state, bringing some of the most iconic dishes in the country (and the world) to your doorstep. Whether you're ordering from a national shipping company or straight from the source, here's how to get some of the country's most iconic eats in your own home.