Below is a list of the top and leading Pizzeria in San Antonio. To help you find the best Pizzeria located near you in San Antonio, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
San Antonio’s Best Pizzeria:
The top rated Pizzeria in San Antonio are:
- Grimaldi’s Pizzeria – coal-fired brick oven-baked pizza loved by the SA community
- Cerroni’s Purple Garlic – irresistible bursting of Italian flavors
- Maar’s Pizza & More – keeps diner’s entertained and full with their special promotions
- Big Lou’s Pizza – conceptualized the whopping 37 and 42-inch pizzas
- Capos Pizzeria – amazing pizza flavors inspired by “The Godfather” movie
Grimaldi’s Pizzeria can be seen at the strip mall, Shops at LaCantera. It is a few minutes away from the busy areas of San Antonio. It includes the University of Texas, and the theme park Six Flags Texas. Students and tourists are welcome at the pizzeria. The restaurant is armed with a homey and comfortable ambiance perfect for families and friends. Coupled with great food and a relaxing outdoor waiting area, the establishment is suited for any gathering. Their coal-fired brick oven pizzas are unique and scrumptious in their own way.
Pizza & Calzone (Traditional Pizza, Pesto Pizza, White Pizza with Garlic, Gluten-Friendly Pizza), Chef’s Selections (Margherita, Prosciutto Arugula Pizza, The Don, Quattro Formaggi, Brooklyn Bridge, Garden Pesto Pizza)
“Really nice pizzas, great size and with a really thin crust, 4 cheese pizza is my favorite! Great service and a great place to go with friends and big tables.” –Monica Avila
Cerroni’s Purple Garlic
Cerroni’s Purple Garlic offers a distinct pizza experience the same as its name. Purple Garlic’s are known to be more flavorful but rare in nature. The same goes for the restaurant, they serve meals bursting with flavors that are hard to find. From its location between the Rittiman and Austin Highway, they encourage diners to try out their specially curated Italian cuisines. The list of wonderful meals includes soups, salads, and handmade pizzas. They also serve strombolis, which are special dough rolled and baked before slicing. Cerroni’s also has their well-known eggplant parmigiana, bread, and meatballs spaghetti.
Appetizers & Salads, Sandwiches, Pasta, Specialty Pizza, Other Libations
“This is an AMAZING Italian restaurant!! Prices are extremely reasonable, portions generous, and taste is absolutely delicious! Loved our 2 visits here in 4 days during our San Antonio stay. Will definitely be back when in town.” –Miranda Narvaez
Maar’s Pizza & More
Maar’s Pizza & More was established in 2011 and has since been part of the lives of the San Antonio community. They have wonderful customer service that puts the customers at the top of their priority. The family business employs a familial approach to its kitchen and counter staff. In turn, these values are reflected in how they treat each diner. They now have more than 50 menu choices,15 beers on tap and 20+ wine choices. Diners get to enjoy a Spurs game while at the pizzeria with their 10 HD tv’s. They offer various promotions and discounts such as Trivia Tuesday and reduced prices for military personnel.
Jalapeno Cheddar Meteor-Bites, Cheese Lasagna, Heaven’s Brisket Pizza, Beer Flights, Flavored Wings, Mozz Sticks
“The whole family is here! Had a blast being here the last couple days! Thank you so much! Gluten-Free Pizza is tough to come by. This was super crispy, and the red sauce, delicious! The toppings, perfect! Meat Lovers Gluten-Free. 🍕 (Note: I’m severely Gluten-Intolerant, can’t even handle fries fried in the same oil, as breaded items: And this did not bother my system, at all. They handle the dough very carefully.)” –Christina M.
Big Lou’s Pizza
Big Lou’s Pizza is the change that the owner wanted in the foodservice industry. He has had awful restaurant experiences in the past, the worst having to wait for 3 hours for a pizza. This eventually made the idea of Big Lou’s possible. After a series of experiments, they opened the restaurant on May 9, 2000, at WW White road. What they saw as a bad thing in other restaurants, they improved greatly at Big Lou’s. They introduced the 37 inches pizza to attract the diner’s attention. After receiving a warm response they decided to offer a bigger size to cater to humongous pizza cravings. This gave birth to the popular 42-inch gigantic pizza.
Cheese Pizza (10, 12, 14, 16, 20, 37, 42-inch sizes), White Pizza (10, 12, 14, 16, 20, 37, 42-inch sizes), BBQ Pizza (10, 12, 14, 16, 20, 37, 42-inch sizes), Calzones, Wings, Crispy Flat Bread Pizza, Salads, Desserts, Drinks, Garlic Bread Sticks, Wraps, Sandwich meals, Pasta
“This place was amazing! This was the biggest pizza I’ve ever seen or eaten. The 60 oz margarita is definitely shareable with a minimum of 3 people – seriously – it’s huge. The service was good and I highly recommend them whenever you’re in the SA area.” –Jaye Burns
Capos Pizzeria sticks to only quality ingredients to prepare their award-winning pizza. Their chefs are knowledgeable in original Italian pizza recipes. Along with their expertise lies years of experience in the culinary world. They are accustomed to a lot of aroma, blends, and infusions. At Capo’s, they serve various types of pizzas that will surely excite the diner’s palate. They come in flavors inspired by the 1972 American movie “The Godfather”. There is the Capos Supremo, Clemenza, and Moe Greene pizza. Just like the characters in the American crime movie, each pizza hides a unique charm and relish. Purists can try out their vegetali, white, and Corleone pizza.
Capos Supremo Pizza, Clemenza Pizza, Moe Greene Pizza, Corleone Pizza, White Pizza, Vegetali Pizza, Nonnas’ Tomato Pie Pizza, Pizza by the Slice, Calzones, and Stromboli, Hot Subs, Cold Subs, Wings, Salads, Soup and Antipasti, Beverages, Desserts
“This might have been the best pizza I’ve ever had. The crust was perfect; not too thick. The toppings were really fresh. We had one tomato base and one white sauce base. Both were excellent, but quite different.” –Sandra Milhouse
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