10 Best Places to Find Pizza around Atlanta

Whether you like Chicago-style or New York-style pizza, chewy crust or thin crust, piled with meat or served only with cheese, there is a pizza restaurant for you in Atlanta. The ideal pizza uses only the freshest ingredients, and it cooks in an ultra-hot pizza oven. Enjoy a traditional Italian creation like pizza at Antico, where you’ll find imported cheeses, Italian-style cured meats and pizza ovens straight from Naples, or head to Colletta, where Northern Italy reigns. Try eclectic and fun thin crust pizzas like the peach or cerignola olive pizza. 

The best place to grab pizza isn’t only about the food; it’s also about the dining experience. It’s all hands at Double Zero, where each pie comes with scissors at the table to cut your own slice. Visit any Savage Pizza location for walls adorned with comics and a ‘punk-rock’ staff that greet you with smiles like your part of the neighborhood. And if you love to pair your pizza with beer, then head to Ammazza. A well curated pizza is always cooked to perfection and served with your choice of 30 different brews.

Whatever your taste in pizza or ambiance, try one of the following restaurants for Atlanta’s best pizzas.



In the heart of Atlanta's Midtown, Ecco Restaurant's inviting European atmosphere welcomes guests to enjoy a wide variety of meats and cheeses, homemade pasta, wood-fired pizzas and exquisite wine and desserts. With an outdoor patio, oversized...  Read More

Double Zero
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Besides pizza, There were meats and cheeses (build your own charcuterie plate), as well as pastas and full meals. The Roast ($29 of Pork Shoulder with accompanying condiments and Radicchio salad) and Pork Belly with Pumpkin Risotto are two...  Read More



Serving the Avondale Estates area and Little Five Points, Savage Pizza has diverse sauces that can add interest to the pizzas they serve. For example, the garlic white sauce is slowly cook for a full day so that it is thick and creamy, the...  Read More

Old Fourth Ward
Vesuvius Pizzaria
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Vesuvius is owned by Georgiaville Food Company, owners of Georgia's Bone Lick BBQ. Enjoy wood-fired pizzas, table tops with butcher's paper of them and a giant community wooden table in the center of the restaurant that seats up to 24-guests....  Read More



Founded by Jeff Varasano in 2009, Varasano's has received donzens of accolades for it's pizza. Chef Varasano makes dough "the old fashioned way," using only natural sourdough yeasts, fermented for several days. Each pie is thin and flash-baked...  Read More



Enjoy dishes influenced by Northern Italy, created with the eclectic and heart-warming attention of Chef Michael Perez and served in an upscale but casual space. Guests can see the kitchen and pasta table from their seats. When the weather...  Read More

Old Fourth Ward
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*Temporarily closed to rebuild.*Authentic ingredients cooked in a 900-degree oven create delicious and authentic pizza. Pair that with over 30 beer selections for a great night out! Try the Cinque Fromaggi, a white pizza with caprino, fior di...  Read More

Morningside / Lenox Park
Varuni Napoli
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Since Varuni Napoli's opening in April 2014, Neapolitan pizza darling pizza maestro Luca Varuni has stolen the hearts and appetites of Atlanta's pizza lovers. The Morningside eatery provides a transparent, stadium like view of the pizza masters...  Read More



Experience a piece of Italy in Atlanta. Developed by Giovanni Di Palma, the pizzeria the idea for the pizzeria was conceived when Di Palma visited his family in Italy. The Artisian pizzas are lovingly crafted using old-fashioned techniques...  Read More


Meet Lesli Peterson

Lesli made her way to Atlanta over 20 years ago, after living in Germany, Japan and six U.S. states. She relishes the discovery of obscure, offbeat and unwonted places, and she will chat up any...  More About Lesli