New Yorkers are fiercely protective of their thin-crust pizza. But on the border of Greenwich Village and Soho, one man has been brave enough to open up shop in enemy territory, finally bringing real, Chicago-style deep dish to the five boroughs. Enter: Emmett Burke. As the owner of Emmett's on Macdougal Street, Burke has worked to convert the most ardent, thin-crust pizza snobs to the gospel of deep dish. Loaded with mozzarella cheese, sausage, and vine-ripened tomatoes, a good Chicago-style pie can taste like a Neapolitan slice on steroids. If NYC truly is a cultural melting pot, why can't two superior pizza styles co-exist?