Below is a list of the top and leading Pizzeria in Phoenix. To help you find the best Pizzeria located near you in Phoenix, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Phoenix’s Best Pizzeria:
The top rated Pizzeria in Phoenix are:
- Oregano’s – a tribute to the Gibbilini patriarch and matriarch carrying their passion for happiness and good food
- Doughbird – fusion of a pizzeria and chicken rotisserie
- La Grande Orange Grocery & Pizzeria – delicious pizzas with catchy names
- Forno 301 – pure Italian pizza menu consisting of the rosse, bianche and calzoni
- Venezia’s New York Style Pizzeria – value for money pizza servings
Oregano’s founding has a touching story behind it. The restaurant was a tribute to their parents particularly their father. The Gibbilini head was born during the great depression. Somehow this fueled his belief that happiness is a combination of good food, music and friends. During weekends their father and mother would host a party for friends. The party is a mix of music and dishes are all prepared by their father. He has had years of culinary training from their grandmother who values genuine and unaltered family cuisines. Contrary to her, their father loves to give all dishes his unique touch to it. He would serve his versions of popular food at their house with some friends around. All highly appreciated and praised his pasta dishes especially his pizzas. Today, Oregano’s embodies the passion and happiness that their father has whenever he is serving pizza.
Pizza, Pasta, Wings, Salad, Drinks, Midday Rush, Desserts, Sandwich
“Excellent food. The location has great Italian food options. Tried their signature pizza, sweet dish in the end and garlic bread. All were excellent. one of the best Italian restaurants I have been to so far. The staff and service is excellent as well. Dog friendly so that a big plus.” –Amey Patil
Doughbird created a fusion of the savory flavor of roasted meat and the crust slathered with rich sauce. The restaurant is a pizzeria that offers a rotisserie menu too. They are proud to introduce the whole new experience to the Phoenix community. An exciting Brussel Sprouts Pizza welcomes first-time customers. It is decorated with melted sweet potato, and strips of bacon with a luscious sugar coating. Meanwhile, their rotisserie chicken is poured with a Thai curry coconut broth. Doughbird has 8 homemade sauces, ready for pairing to any of their pizza flavors.
Appetizers, Salads, Pizza, Sandwiches, Rotisserie, White – Wine on the Fly, Red Wine, Bottles & Cans, Pink
“Delicious pizza! Great service! We had a BBQ chicken pizza and a Brussels sprouts pizza! And of course pitchers of Sangria happy hour prices!” –Jacob Hense
La Grande Orange Grocery & Pizzeria
La Grande Orange Grocery & Pizzeria is a general merchandise store that sells wine and pizza to the Phoenix locality and nearby areas. The carefree vibe present at the shop is what the breakfast community longs for. This earned them the popularity for people needing a quick meal fix. They can serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and coffee at an amazing speed without compromising quality. Their menu selections are overpowered by their pizza flavors. The pizzas are named after its main ingredient like the avocado, corn, and mushroom. Some are inspired by popular historical and spiritual figures like the gladiator, Dalai Lama, and the fallen angel.
Pizza (Cheese, Classic Margherita, The Vegan Dalai Laima, Roasted Corn, Mushroom Party, Avocado Pizza, The Rocket Man, The Fallen Angel, Gladiator), Salads, Sandwiches, Burger, Cocktails, Wine, Beer
“This is one of my favorite restaurants, always wanted to try the Vegan pizza and finally got to try it, it was really good also ordered a kale quinoa salad it’s my favorite, the latte are on point good quality coffee, the atmosphere is calm and the workers are helpful with great customer service.” –EagleFlightHigh
Forno 301 is proud of its pure Italian menu. Their expertly made pizza’s are the center of attraction. It is made with the top quality produce, prepared daily and cooked in a woodfired oven. Diner’s get to be treated with a taste of the native pizza served in Italian towns. They can choose to savor the purity of the flour used in making the dough. This is sprinkled with a little salt, olive oil and called the bianche pizze. The rosse pizza, on the other hand, is flavored with just the enticing tomato sauce. Lastly is their calzone pizze that features a folded version of pizza.
Specialita, Insalate, Panini, Le Nostre de Paste Fatte A Mano, Le Nostre Pizze (Rosse, Bianche, Calzoni)
“This is one of the better Italian places I’ve been too in Phoenix. The pasta and pizza were both spectacular. I love fresh house-made pasta. I will definitely be back.” –Mark Phillips
Venezia’s New York Style Pizzeria
Venezia’s New York Style Pizzeria started as a small food joint in New Mexico. It was established by a husband and wife tandem who saw the need for New York-style pizzas. They now have branches in various locations in and out of Arizona and New Mexico. The owner details the reasons why their pizza is a diner favorite until now. Firstly is their humongous pizza size reaching up to 24 inches. Second, the price of each slice with any drink is way cheaper than other restaurants. Lastly, diners can select from their five irresistible combinations. The pizzeria only uses tomatoes sourced directly from San Marzano Italy and uses them to prepare their special sauces.
Pizzas (12 to 24 inches), Cauliflower Crust Pizza, Zero Crust Pizza Bowl, Gluten-Free, Starters, Sides & Dips, Salads, Wings, Sandwiches, Pastas & Calzones, Desserts, Beverages, Beer, Wine
“We ordered the thin crust pizza and it could hold a meat lovers! The taste was great! The toppings were plenty and the cheese was spread just right. All of this with great customer service. These Texas guests thank you! 😁” –Nelly Godfrey
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.