Best pizza in atlanta

Best pizza in atlanta

Best pizza in atlanta

My favorite pie is a thin crust with a sweet sauce, onions, and mushroom. It's on Bainbridge Street in Decatur, and I highly recommend it!


Pizza is never really that bad, but when it’s good, it’s really good. Atlanta has its institutions, like Fellini’s, but recent years has brought a variety of newcomers to the scene. From sourdough pizza to Detroit-style, you could probably eat a different type everyday for a week (not recommended, though). Next time you find yourself craving a slice, here are 19 places to try. Located on the second level of Ponce City Market, Pizza Jean’s shares a space with its sister company Root Baking Co. It’s open Thursday through Saturday. Three pizzas -- a red pie, a white pie, and a chef’s choice -- are available by the pie or sliceAnne Quatrano’s iconic hidden gem may not spring to mind when you think “pizza night,” but hear us out. The menu features five pizzas baked in a wood oven. True to form for the restaurant that made farm-to-table cool back in 1998, the pizzas are loaded with seasonal ingredients in creative combinations. The potato pizza -- with smashed new potatoes, caramelized onions, and raclette -- is especially comforting in these cooler temps.


atlanta.eater.com atlanta.eater.com))Atlanta has its fair share of solid pizzerias, and even though the Neapolitan-style seems to be the most popular around town these days, those in search of New York-, Jersey-, or even Detroit-style pizzas can easily satisfy their cravings. Here are a few Atlanta pizzerias and pizza pop-ups to consider grabbing a slice or a whole pie. (Source:LaBella's might offer some of the best delivery pizza OTP. This Sandy Plains Road pizzeria sticks to the New York style and offers large slices that are perfect for folding. (Source:

atlanta.eater.com)Firewall Food Stop in the Westview neighborhood features wood-fired pizzas and sandwiches on its menu. Owned by Westview resident Sam Eidus, the food truck-turned-permanent restaurant serves mostly Neapolitan-style pizzas, including four specialty pies like the Farmer made with fennel sausage, sweet peppers, and fresh mozzarella and a vegetarian pizza aptly named the Gardener with spinach, tomato, ricotta, lemon, and garlic. As for sandwiches, there’s the braised pork shoulder and collard greens-based Southern Italian topped with provolone and hot peppers or the Fertile Crescent featuring ten-spice chicken, pickles, greens, poached raisins, walnuts, and Zhoug sauce (cilantro).

Another food truck-turned-permanent pizzeria in Midtown, Triple Jays includes some seriously large New York-style pies, along with Detroit-style pizzas on its menu. Slices and combos can also be ordered. (Source: atlanta.eater.com Junior’s Pizza on Georgia Avenue in Summerhill serves thin crust and Sicilian-style pizzas inspired by those found throughout New York City. This includes pies with ingredients like cup and char pepperoni, which curls and chars on the edges as it bakes and vegan pizzas using Daiya cheese. (Source:atlanta.eater.com))

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