National Pizza Day: Where To Get A Slice In Memphis
I’ve just been informed that it’s National Pizza Day. Here’s a few of my favorite pizza places in Memphis. I’m aware that this isn’t a comprehensive list of places that you can eat pizza in our metropolitan area. This list is just a “slice” of the pizza offerings around town (sorry).
Click on the bold links to find out more about these locations.
Ed. Note: This post is originally from 2015 and has been updated for Feb. 2016.
– This is the Red Eye Pizza at Hog & Hominy. You want to try it, I promise.
– Coletta’s claims to have invented barbecue pizza, but has other pie offerings as well. This is the ham pizza.
– Maui Brick Oven offers gluten free pizzas in Germantown with all kinds of toppings. It’s good and you hardly notice the gluten-free crust. (Closed)
– The pizza at Strano Sicilian Kitchen is one of my favorites. Their homemade crust is the bomb.
– This is the Memphis BBQ pizza (including a scoop of slaw) from Aldo’s downtown.
– Pyro’s Pizza is fresh and fast out of the oven, with four locations – Park and Ridegway, Midtown on Union, Collierville, and Cordova.
– Options for vegans and non-vegans alike at the Rock ‘n’ Dough locations and food truck.
– Get pizza in a pinch in The Pinch District at Ferraro’s.
– Memphis Pizza Cafe! Can’t go wrong with a classic, especially when they have locations all over town.
– Go off the beaten path for a pie at High Point Pizza.
– For delivery or takeout, go with Camy’s. Their pineapple and pepperoni pizza is my favorite.
– Broadway Pizza is a Memphis institution. This is the cheeseburger pizza, including pickles!
– Little Italy is another Memphis institution, and honestly one of my favorites for NY-style slices.
– Try “The Hangover” pizza at Midtown Crossing Grill.
– There’s lots of delivery goodness (and a lunch buffet) at Garibaldi’s.
– I haven’t had a chance to try the regional chain Lost Pizza Co. but I’ve heard good things.
What are your favorite pizza places in Memphis?