Below is a list of the top and leading Pizzeria in Columbus. To help you find the best Pizzeria located near you in Columbus, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Columbus’ Best Pizzeria:
The top rated Pizzeria in Columbus are:
- GoreMade Pizza – is determined to both with a deep-rooted passion that goes back over a decade
- East Coast Pizzeria – is all about making excellent brick-fired pizza, flatbreads, and more
- Rotolo’s Pizza – have been a proud part of the Columbus community since 1974
- Tommy’s Pizza – keeps the tradition started by Tommy in 1952
- Gatto’s Pizza – started in a small shop on North High Street in the locality of Clintonville, Columbus, Ohio
GoreMade Pizza is determined to both with a deep-rooted passion that goes back over a decade. It all started with pizza Sunday. Friends would drop in and pizzas would be provided. Being broke and still wanting to accommodate the masses, they began asking people to bring toppings. This set the stage for an ever-changing array of toppings. With the acquisition of a mobile wood-fired oven, the stage was further set for a pizza catering business.
They also sold pizza at local farmer’s markets, which is how they forged their relationships with the farm community at large. After about five years of running a wood-fired pizza catering company out of a Subaru, they finally found a home in Italian Village. Come watch them grow with their amazing and ever-changing neighborhood community and taste the local bounty discovered after years of slinging pies and bare-foot farmer’s market exploration.
Menu, Dine-In, Carry-Out, Delivery
“Sooo good! The dough by itself has an amazing flavor. The toppings were great! The chefs special was absolutely perfect!” – Kaley L.
East Coast Pizzeria
East Coast Pizzeria is all about making excellent brick-fired pizza, flatbreads, and more. Their pizza is hand-tossed and brick-fired to excellence making a delicious golden crust topped with top quality mozzarella cheese and premium ingredients. They make their products domestic daily, guaranteeing your pizza experience is as fresh as possible. If you have been seeking a pizza that excels from traditional pizza chains, East Coast Pizzeria is the place.
Pizza, Flatbreads, Strombolis & Calzones, Appetizers, Salads, Subs, Desserts, Order Online
“This is an amazing place to get your pizza. I’m gluten-free and that pizza was amazing. In addition to the gluten-free pizza, I ordered pizza for our whole staff at work and my whole staff raved about the freshness of the ingredients the crust they said was very good. I will definitely be back for more. Once more the friendliness of the staff and customer service was stellar.” – Joe M.
Rotolo’s Pizza is a family-owned pizzeria located in Columbus, Ohio. They have been a proud part of the Columbus community since 1974. Their pizza has received “Best Pizza in Columbus” awards from outlets such as ColumbusCitySearch.com, Columbus Monthly Magazine, and The Columbus Dispatch. They were also recognized as one of the top 10 pizzerias in America in an issue of Los Angeles Magazine.
The Rotolo family thanks you, all their loyal patrons, for making Rotolo’s Pizza a Columbus tradition. To their long-time patrons, thank you for the years of loyal support and friendship. To their new patrons, welcome to their family. They know you’ll enjoy their homemade Italian food prepared just for you.
Special, Specialty Pizzas, Make Your Own Pizza, Homemade Dinners, Homemade Family Dinners, Sandwiches, Sides, Salads, Calzones, Small Plates, Mama Rotolo’s Sauces, Catering, Beverages
“Outstanding location for delicious Pizza. this place does it for me. there was fast, efficient, and courteous service. the place has a good feel to it. feels similar to a cafe in Chicago I loved.” – Neil P.
Tommy’s Pizza keeps the tradition started by Tommy in 1952. They are the second oldest pizza restaurant in the city with over 60 years of serving Central Ohio. Today they are looking to the future and will continue to make the best pizza in Columbus. Thomas Iacono, the creator of Tommy’s Pizza, was a foreign-born American whose family immigrated from Italy. He was raised in New York City before moving to central Ohio.
In 1952, Tommy starts his first restaurant here in Columbus on Fifth Ave near Cassidy Ave. He opened up a second location in Upper Arlington off Lane Ave In 1963. In the beginning, the Upper Arlington site was just a small stand at the nearby road and after a couple of years, he opened the store that stands there today. Offering a full menu they were first known as simply Tommy’s restaurant. The name altered once the pizza business started to take off.
Menu, Delivery, Groups/Parties
“Literally the BEST and biggest meatball sub I’ve ever had. The pizza was so, so, so mouth-watering delicious. I can’t believe it was my first time. It definitely won’t be my last!” – Nicole M.
Gatto’s Pizza started in a small shop on North High Street in the locality of Clintonville, Columbus, Ohio. It was 1952 and the brothers’ Joe and Jimmy Gatto opened the pizzeria to serve their community, utilizing family recipes to make fresh dough, sauces, meatballs, and Italian sausage. Over 60 years have past and very little has changed at 2928 North High Street.
Gatto’s serves what is now well-known as the Columbus-style thin crust pizza, loaded with toppings and cut into squares, perfect for sharing. The fresh dough, sauces, meatballs, and Italian sausage are still all created at the shop using quality meats and cheeses. Another local Italian basic, Auddino’s Italian Bakery, supplies the buns and rolls.
Menu, Delivery, Catering
“Always excellent food no matter what you order. Always puts the customer first. I’ve been going there for over 20 years. Drove from Pickerington to pick it up.” – D.K
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