National Pizza Day: Where To Get A Slice In Memphis

Posted by Holly Whitfield | February 9th 2018 7789 0

It’s National Pizza Day. Here are a few of our favorite pizza places in Memphis. Updated January 2018.

– Hog & Hominy. You want to try it, I promise.

– The new Slice of Soul

–  Strano Sicilian Kitchen,which is about to move to East Memphis.

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– This is Lombardi from Aldo’s downtown.

– Pyro’s Pizza has multiple locations.

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– Rock n Dough


– Ferraro’s in the Pinch District

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– Memphis Pizza Cafe


– High Point Pizza



– Camy’s for delivery.


– Broadway Pizza is a Memphis institution.


– Little Italy


– Midtown Crossing Grill

– Ciao Baby in Collierville

– Garibaldi’s (for a buffet, too!)

I’m going to add photos for Lost Pizza, Old Venice, and Incredible Pizza (in case you want an indoor kid-friendly coaster) along with your pizza.

Author: Holly Whitfield

I write about what’s going on with Memphis music, food, arts, events, sports, people, and culture. Memphians love Elvis and barbeque with a passion that must be seen to be believed, but there is so much more to this place.

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  1. John says:

    No Trolley Stop Market? It's top tier Memphis pizza, in my book. 

  2. jgw says:

    Best pizza in/around Memphis, for my money – having tried more or less all of these – is at Ciao Baby on West Poplar in Collierville.

  3. Tamara says:

    This is the best thing I've seen all day! Memphis Pizza Cafe is always and forever my jam!

  4. Sarah McCormick says:

    Old Venice Pizza Co on Perkins  across from Laurelwood has the best pizza crust in town. And great lunch specials. By far my favorite. 

  5. James says:

    Midtown Crossing Grille in Crosstown is a wonderful new addition. I love The Hangover (steak, bacon, and an egg on top) with mushrooms added.

    I’ve been happy with Lafayette’s too.

    And I loved the pizza at the old Hi-Tone. Do they still do it at the new location?

    Memphis has some serious pizza culture!

    • Holly Whitfield says:

      James, I have to get to the Midtown Crossing Grille soon! The new Hi-Tone doesn’t have their pizza unfortunately. 

  6. Clint Norwood says:

    I went to Lost Pizza with a Groupon. The wings and nachos were okay but the pizza tasted like Chef Boy ArDee would be upset that someone fell short. No kidding. Pyro's doesn't hold a candle to Rock n Dough which is the one of the best in the region.

  7. Chris Roberts says:

    Ciao Baby in Collierville has authentic Neapolitan-style pizza and it’s fantastic — try the ricotta pizza if you go…

  8. Shaquita Starks says:

    Slice of Soul is a new pizza place in Memphis

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