Everybody's Pizza is across the street from Emory University. It was founded in 1971 and has a seventies college feel. But it isn't musty or dated---you don't feel like you are eating in a museum. It's just pleasantly funky. They played a Big Bird song while I was there. What's no to like?
The pizza is college-style as well, as contrasted to the Italian neighborhood style that is (or should be) the goal of a New York style pizzeria. I think that the cheese is the ingredient that most leads me to this feeling. In a New York pizza, the cheese would be central (even if it came from a low-grade Mob supplier), while in more suburban pizzas, the cheese is seen as one in a medley of ingredients that form the topping. (I think that cheese-centrism should be the essence of pizza. Remember that the modern pizza was created by adding cheese to traditional tomato sauce-covered bread.) I think the biggest fault of this pizza is the crust, which I found to be just a little tough. Once again, the college/suburban style pizza has a slightly thicker version of thin crust, as compared to the very thin New York crust. But the ingredients were fresh, the sauce was pretty tasty, and it came very quickly.
A small note---a sign in the entrance quotes several positive reviews. One of them is from the Piedmont Airlines inflight magazine. Unfortunately, Piedmont became USAir in 1979. Time for an update?