Aside from the lactose intolerant and people boycotting deliciousness, is there anyone who doesn’t love a good slice of pizza? Rhetorical question, the answer is no. So, in honor of the 99.9% of the population that can’t get enough of the cheesy good-stuff, here’s a list of 20 incredible pizza places from all across the country.

A Savory Pie from Sazza in Denver

Broward / Palm Beach

Pomodoro probably has a range of delicious appetizers, pasta, and other entrees, but the moment you walk through the front door, the aroma of cooking dough will cast its spell and your eyes will dart to the portion of the menu marked “Pizza.” The dough is tossed by a man of Mediterranean descent…More >>

Pizza Rustica
Sorry: lauding the slices of pizza at Rustica is painfully obvious, but what choice do we have? Pizza Rustica churns out slices that could make even New Yorkers consider relocating, slices so big they’re meals, slices so full of flavor that even after getting painfully stuffed you’ll find…More >>


When fired for power, coal has a bad rep. It’s a spitter of soot, a puker of sulfur, a farter of greenhouse flatus. But when firing pizza, it transforms into fossilized sublimity. Founded in East Harlem in 1931 and spread from New York to Arizona, Nevada and Texas, Grimaldi’s cooks its pizzas in…More >>

Pizza from Grimaldi’s in Dallas

Pizza By Marco
In the late ’50s, Joseph Marco Nuccio started serving pizza at his Marco Pollo Lounge on Carroll Avenue. Then in ’62, he moved his pizzeria to its current location at Preston Road and Royal Lane. Not sure how much a piece of pie and a cold drink cost back then, but today Pizza By Marco will…More >>


The Oven
Here’s the secret of the Oven’s success: Everyone from owner Mark Tarbell to the cooks in the kitchen to the servers on the floor understand that they’re cooking for friends. And when you’re cooking for friends, you want to take care of them. Which the Oven does, turning a simple pizza dinner…More >>

It’s a well-established fact that the best pizza in the world is a New York-style thin crust, dripping with orange grease, topped with nothing but double cheese and pepperoni. But if you’re one of those people who simply must have pineapple or Peruvian mountain potatoes on your pie, then you…More >>


Russo’s New York Coal-Fired Pizzeria
At Russo’s New York Coal-Fired Pizzeria near the intersection of the Northwest Freeway and Highway 6, Anthony Russo has re-created the old-fashioned coal-fired pizzeria experience in a suburban strip center. But the superhot oven is only part of what Russo is doing right. You don’t get a pizza…More >>

Pizza from Russo’s in Houston

Kansas City

Blue Grotto
Blue Grotto’s name comes from a sea cave on the coast of Italy where Roman emperors privately bathed. Thankfully, Brookside’s new Blue Grotto isn’t so exclusive, because everyone should be able to eat these pizzas. Blue Grotto cooks up nine hand-tossed pizzas baked in a brick oven, light on…More >>

Los Angeles

Pizzeria Mozza
It is almost impossible to have a civil discussion about pizza in this city of immigrants, because there may be no foodstuff so intimately linked to one’s sense of identity. People who grew up in New York usually plump for Vito’s or Mulberry Street, where it is automatically assumed that the…More >>

We always want to be transparent and honest about our article content. From time to time, we may link to products and services that compensate us for the referral. This does not affect your cost, but it does help us fund future content for this site.