Below is a list of the top and leading Pizzeria in Austin. To help you find the best Pizzeria located near you in Austin, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Austin’s Best Pizzeria:
The top rated Pizzeria in Austin are:
- Little Deli & Pizzeria – has been a primary for nearly two decades
- Pinthouse Pizza – was founded by six guys who share an affection for handicraft beer and good food
- DeSano Pizzeria Napoletana – pizzas are expertly crafted to order and cooked in their wood-burning ovens
- Bufalina Pizza – accepts reservations for outdoor seating for both locations on Tock
- Conans Pizza North – begins the process of making their unique homemade dough every morning
Little Deli & Pizzeria
Little Deli & Pizzeria is located in the center of Austin, the Little Deli has been a primary for nearly two decades, they are the original deli and pizzeria, and they believe that they are the best. They apply the finest ingredients, proven methods, and put their heart and soul into every sandwich and slice. Their pizza is created using their homemade dough which is prepared in the craftsman style the old fashioned way.
They hand-casted their pies and bake them on two-inch stone hearths. They are marketed by the pie or by the slice. Their sandwiches are made on fresh-baked bread, using the best quality meats and cheeses. All of their soups and salads are handcrafted and their kind of desserts are made either in-house or come from a local bakery.
Pizza, Sandwiches, Salads, Soup, Beverages, Desserts, Italian Subs
“My favorite deli in Austin! Delicious pizza and the best Reuben I’ve had. Located in the cutest little retro shopping center with plenty of outdoor seating. Highly recommend!” – Annika O.
Pinthouse Pizza was founded by six guys who share an affection for handicraft beer and good food. They adore Austin, and they are excited to help contribute to the energy and originality that make Austin a vibrant community. Their objective is to serve award-winning beer and hand-crafted pizza in a warm and relaxed setting.
From their hops dealers to their produce supplier to their sausage house and to their soda distributor, Pinthouse Pizza focuses on quality and sustainability. As far as possible, they have worked to source locally and organic to sustain both the ecology and their friends and neighbors. They take pride in being active members of their local and national brewing organizations.
Food Menu, Catering, Beer, Order Online
“Delicious pizza and great beer. The atmosphere makes it all the more enjoyable which is why I keep coming back!” – Fernando S.
DeSano Pizzeria Napoletana
DeSano Pizzeria Napoletana supports the strict guidelines of the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana, maintaining the centuries-old craft of making authentic Neapolitan pizza. From the minute you walk into one of their restaurants and see the impressive wood-burning ovens and master pizza makers, you realize this is more than just another pizza joint, it’s a culinary event.
All of their tasty pizzas are expertly crafted to order and cooked in their wood-burning ovens for a quick 90 seconds, slightly charring the crust without compromising the fresh toppings. They offer additional Italian dishes on the menu including calzones, salads, homemade cannolis, and more.
Pizza, Meatballs, Calzone, Insalate, Dolci
“Ordered pickup online and they had a really nice interface that told me when my order would be ready and it was ready when I arrived on time. Pizza was very hot. The crust was just the right amount of stretch and had a nice sweetness to it. There was also the perfect amount of charing in the crust. The 11″ was a little big for a single person, but I feel half wouldn’t quite be filling enough. I will go back.” – Eric G.
Bufalina Pizza serves Neapolitan pizza. Their pizzas are approximately 12″ in diameter size and are baked in their Stefano Ferrara wood-fired oven, which operates north of 900 degrees, for roughly 90 seconds. Pizzas emerge properly scorched and slightly wet in the middle, a Neapolitan hallmark. They accept reservations for outdoor seating for both locations on Tock.
While they do have gluten-free items on their menu, they do not currently serve gluten-free pizza. On Cesar Chavez, there is a thorough parking lot on the west side of the building. In addition, there is a street parking space on the east side and several spots in front of the building.
Dinner, Lunch, Drinks, Wine, Gift Cards
“Great pizza and wine spot! There is usually a wait, but it is well worth it (and you can have a glass outside while you wait). The pizza is cooked in a blazing hot wood fired oven that sits in the middle of the restuarant. On top of that, they have one of the best wine lists in Austin, and really know their stuff. Would definitely recommend!” – Justin M.
Conans Pizza North
Conans Pizza North begins the process of making their unique homemade dough every morning before the sun rises from scratch, which rises three times to create the thick crust expected from real deep pan pizza. The unique flavor of a Conans Pizza comes from their famous sauce recipe and the notoriously fresh ingredients, which are delivered every day. Their thin-crust pizza has also won the hearts and stomachs of pizza lovers everywhere.
Once you endeavor an original Conans Deep Pan Pizza, you’ll be hooked. Their secret deep-pan dough, a modified recipe akin to Chicago style deep-pan, has become a favorite of appetites across Texas. They make gourmet pies that are delicious, healthy, and fulfilling, and you can only find them in Austin, Texas.
Build Your Own, Salads, Extras, Specials, Catering, Lunch & Beer
“This is by far the best pizza in Austin. Had not had it in a while but over the last few weeks had it twice on movie night. We did deep dish the first time and regular crust the second. Although I usually prefer deep dish I think from now on I will do regular crust. The crust is not thin like New York style and is thick enough to hold all the topping when you pick up a slice. Again the best pizza in Austin and it is a local business, which I always prefer to buy from.” – Jon D.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.