Canadian-style pizza has marinara sauce, a mix of cheddar and mozzarella cheese, pepperoni, bacon (generally not Canadian bacon), mushrooms, sliced white onions, and often, popular in Ontario, a mix of oregano, parsley, garlic and a touch of Montreal style steak spice. It is generally served on a thicker, Italian style bread crust and is often dipped in a caesar or garlic dressing. (Note: Canada is a sovereign country and not part of the United States.)
Grilled pizza, invented in Providence, Rhode Island, uses a fairly thin crust cooked on a grill; the toppings are placed on the baked side after the pizza has cooked for a bit and been flipped over.
Pizza Bagels are common convenience pizzas made at home in an oven or toaster, usually with a simple topping of tomato sauce, sliced or shredded cheese, and perhaps pepperoni. French bread pizza is sometimes available commercially as a frozen meal.
Nic-o-boli is a baked product of Nicola Pizza resembling a cross between a stromboli and a calzone. Similar products in the pizza family also incorporate the ingredients of a stromboli, but take the shape of a calzone.
Pizza strips (also known as party pizza, strip pizza, or more commonly, bakery pizza) is a style of pizza common in Rhode Island. They have a somewhat thick crust and are topped with a thick tomato sauce. Pizza strips are traditionally made with no cheese or toppings and are served at room temperature. Most are sold at small local bakeries.