PIZZA: National pizza chains face unique competition on LI, from...

PIZZA: National pizza chains face unique competition on LI, from the breakfast pizza at St. Rocco's Bakery in Glen Cove — topped with sunny-side up eggs — to the supernal rosa bianca at Grana in Jamesport, made with thinly sliced local potatoes, local red onions and rosemary (when they're in season) and Parmesan cheese. Everyone's got their local favorites — is it in Nassau or Suffolk? Credit: Newsday / Erica Marcus

Nassau and Suffolk counties are home to an array of great restaurants, beaches, boardwalks and iconic landmarks. But which county reigns when it comes to the choices we have when living on Long Island?

It's up to you to decide.

Do more important celebrities hail from Nassau, or do they call Suffolk home? Is your favorite pizza spot on the East End, or do you prefer to grab a slice on the western half of the Island? We pitted the two counties against each other in a variety of categories where they can battle it out for the best of the best.

Vote for whichever county you think wins in a specific category and share your comments with us.

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