10 Slices of Paradise: You've Got to Try These Greenville Pizza Places

There are so many different types of pizza, and so many different atmospheres in which to enjoy it, that finding a pizza place which suits your preferences can be a challenge.  Are you the type that likes a small, unfussy joint churning out gigantic New York slices, or are you more into a glass of wine with a 12-inch Neapolitan pie? Or perhaps you want a craft beer and salad while you split a creative pizza or two with your friends.

Taking all of these different desires into consideration, we've scoured the Upstate's pizzerias, trying to find the 10 we would most recommend.  With so many excellent options on the scene, which seems to be expanding every day, this was no easy feat.

We ultimately settled on some longtime local favorites offering New York slices, like Vic's and Tito's, mixed in with fresh pizzerias, like Sidewall and Stone.  Covering a range of tastes and settings, each restaurant on this list is a slice of paradise.



Greenville's outpost of the Atlanta original is a prominent attraction in the West End. Brightly colored, fanciful and punctuated with giant mushrooms, the pizza parlor welcomes all. Stone-baked pizzas come in three sizes, and you can even score...  Read More



Stone Pizza Company has brought something different to downtown Greenville: Neapolitan pizza. That's right, you can now get the crust with that one-of-a-kind crispness without having to leave the downtown area. Their 900-degree, wood-fired...  Read More



Barley's Taproom and Pizzeria is appropriately named for the things they do best: beer and pizza. But this is better than just beer and pizza. Barley's offers an enormous variety of specialty beers on tap and by the bottle, and their pizza is...  Read More

North Pleasantburg
Tito's NY Style Pizzeria


Although atmosphere can sway people at some pizza parlors, the real test is always in the pies themselves. At Tito's, nothing distracts from the pleasure of real New York style, hand-tossed pizzas. Topped with delicious items and baked to...  Read More



Located in a small shopping center on Woodruff Road, there's more than meets the eye at Napoli Pizzeria and Restaurant. With an expansive menu of Greek-Italian cuisine, there's more than enough to please any palate. Offering pasta dishes,...  Read More



No matter how much Fairview Road may have transformed over the past couple of decades, one constant has been the exceptional slices at Anthony's Pizzeria. Located in the rapidly growing city of Simpsonville, this long-time local favorite serves...  Read More

South Pleasantburg


Before you go any further, you should know that Pizzeria Mozz isn't exactly a dine-in restaurant. If you must, there are two small booths where you can eat your pizza straight out of the box. However, you should plan on taking your order to...  Read More



It's one thing to serve up a New York slice. Vic's Pizza takes that up a notch by offering a slice of New York. The sign out front reads "Brooklyn, SC" and everything about Vic's lives up to that promise. Located in a small, modest space...  Read More



The first thing you notice when entering this small, sleek eatery is its length of refrigerated cases, packed full of swirling, pastel mounds of gelato. It's an appealing greeting. Invariably, there's a line of eager customers sampling the...  Read More



Sidewall Pizza Company first burst onto the Travelers Rest scene in 2015, making a name for itself with its fresh pies, inventive ice cream and casual, indoor/outdoor atmosphere. With an inventive menu and its commitment to community outreach,...  Read More


Meet Maggie Tuten Tyner

Maggie wasn't born in Greenville, S.C., but she was certainly raised here, having called this her home for the last 20+ years.  She even graduated from local Furman University and went to work...  More About Maggie

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