7 Of The Very Best Pizza Restaurants In Phoenix

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7 Of The Very Best Pizza Restaurants In Phoenix

Where to find the most delicious slices.

Nobody can resist a delicious, cheesy slice of good pizza, right? Whether you prefer thin and crispy Roman-inspired pizzas, outrageous toppings, or New York-style slices, here’s our pick of 7 restaurants offering some of the best pizza in Phoenix.

Did anybody say pizza night?

1. La Piazza Al Forno

Woodfired pizza with fresh ingredients. If you’re looking for authentic Italian flavor in Arizona, this is the place to go. Save room for the cheesecake!

Where: πŸ“5803 W Glendale Avenue


2. Fire & Brimstone

Do you love pizza and beer? This is a great option. They have a brewery next door and an outdoor patio where you can enjoy crispy pizza full of flavor.
Where: πŸ“3000 E Ray Road inside Barnone, Gilbert Arizona


3. Ziggy’s Magic Pizza Shop

This is a Phoenix classic! Located in Downtown Phoenix, you can eat some delicious slices while your children have a blast at the pinball machines. They have a light-up floor and disco ball that give it an unusual yet fun ambiance.
Where: πŸ“Β 401 W Van Buren St Suite B



4. Pomo Pizzeria Phoenix

This cozy Phoenix restaurant offers outstanding pizza and gelato that we just can’t get enough of. Authentic Italian-style pizza you’ll love with a glass of wine.Β  Bon appetit!
Where: πŸ“705 N 1st St, Suite 120


5. Pizzeria Bianco

There’s no better place to get New York Style pizza. The menu will let you choose between wood or stone-fired pizza.
Where: πŸ“ 623 E Adams St


6. The Rec Pizzeria

They specialize in an array of unique Detroit-style pizzas. The dough is made in-house as well as their red sauce.
Where: πŸ“20340 North Lake Pleasant Rd, Peoria


7. Mimi Forno Italiano

Mimi has excellent pizza and an Italian menu you won’t be able to resist. It’s tucked away in the corner of a shopping center, but you’ll find it a true undiscovered Phoenix gem!
Where: πŸ“ 3624 W Baseline Road Suite 174

Featured image by Lynda Hinton.

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