4 best pizzerias in Phoenix

Is Phoenix known for their pizza?

If you’d asked that question in 2016, the answer would have been no. In 2017, Travel + Leisure magazine seems to think so. And this wasn’t just a magazine ordered piece. They surveyed their subscribers and Phoenix ranked supreme. The question you want an answer to: Where can you get the best pizza in Phoenix? We’ve taken a look at Yelp Reviews, Google Reviews, and a wide variety of considerations to bring you a list of the 5 must eat pizza restaurants in Phoenix. And make no mistake…these aren’t your mother’s chain-store pizzerias. They serve pizza with style, flair, and a whole lot of classy decor.

Grab a specialty pie at Spinato’s Pizzeria

What makes Spinato’s so special?

  • Reviews frequently cite great pizza with a short wait. With a separate area for pickups and delivery, it keeps the restaurant humming along.
  • Restaurant owners originally come from the windy city of Chicago! Did they bring family secrets with them to Arizona? You can bet on it!
  • Eaters into healthier eating have a great appreciation for the thin and gluten free crust. These are difficult to get right.
  • Sauce, sauce, sauce! Pizza lovers know the sauce is one of the most essential ingredients. Spinato’s hits in on the head every single time.

What the first pizza you should try?

If you want to know what a pizzeria marks as their gold standard, always go for the signature pie. Spinato’s is smothered in fresh spinach, garlic, tomatoes, and mozzarella. That freshness it what makes it perfect park pizza.

Get a taste of Sicily with Neopolitan style pizza from Cibo’s!

What makes Cibo so special?

  • You can reserve Cibo’s carriage house for deluxe private dining with a major difference. Enjoy great pizza in a refined and fun setting.
  • Pizza lovers know that Neopolitan style pizza is different. Enjoy the handmade crust and pasta that tastes like it was flown in from Italy!
  • The additional original Italian dishes. They don’t just specialize in pizza, and that’s something to celebrate. Enjoy Calamari, prosciutto, and more!

What the first pizza you should try?

If you’re interested in the absolute staple of Sicilian pizza you’ve got get a Margherita. Simple, tasty, and always fresh. Second to the pizza? Fresh pasta is available every day after 5 pm. Why make it yourself when you can get it right here?

Visit The Parlor Pizzeria for unique and fresh pizza with a twist.

What makes The Parlor Pizzeria so special?

  • Voted the number 1 best place for pizza in Phoenix by the Food Network!
  • The ingredients! The Parlor Pizzeria is trying to do things differently and they succeed in spades. Ingredients include classic options like chicken, sausage, and pepperoni but they have an extensive list of specialty ingredients that include tapenade, smoked mozzarella, sauteed toppings, Yukon potatoes, goat cheese, and more!
  • This is the place to go for spirits and pizza. Pairing wine and pizza isn’t something a lot of restaurant goers think to do, but it’s standard here. They have a serious wine list with reds, whites, and rose that the staff are happy to help you pair with one of their specialty pies.

What the first pizza you should try?

If you want the best that The Parlor Pizzeria has to offer you’ve got to go with the market pizza. This ever-changing pie is created using seasonal ingredients, so you know it’s going to be fresh and tasty no matter what time of the year it is!

Gourmet pizza with a Neopolitan bend comes from Pomo ‘Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana.

What makes ‘Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana so special?

  • As a family-owned restaurant Pomo Pizzeria uses recipes that were passed down over generations of great Neopolitan pizza.
  • Reviews frequently cite the great appetizers and authentics flavors that remind eaters of their time abroad.
  • Wood-fired pizza! It’s hard to go wrong with pizza cooked over an open flame. Nothing beats the wood-fired crust at Pomo Pizzeria!

What the first pizza you should try?

Toto Sapore is a meat lovers dream. Forget about hamburger, pepperoni, and sausage. This pizza comes loaded with Italian meats that include salami parma, pancetta, and cotto-ham. If you want all the flavor without the vegetables, go with the Toto Sapore. Another great place for Sicilian treasures? Your local museum.

Directions:

Spinato’s Pizzeria
4848 E Chandler Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85048

Get on I-10 W in Chandler
3 min (1.0 mi)

Continue on I-10 W to Phoenix. Take exit 198 from I-17 N/US-60 W/Interstate 10 Truck Rte
14 min (15.5 mi)

Take W Buckeye Rd to S 25th Ave
2 min (0.7 mi)

L&M Granite Countertops
801 S 25th Ave #6, Phoenix, AZ 85009