Below is a list of the top and leading Pizzerias in Nashville. To help you find the best Pizzerias located near you in Nashville, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Nashville’s Best Pizzerias:
The top-rated Pizzerias in Nashville, TN are:
- DeSano Pizza Bakery – consists of master pizza makers making use of a wood-burning oven to serve the best-tasting pizza
- Bella Napoli Pizzeria – Italian pizzeria using premium ingredients and traditional recipes
- Two Boots Nashville – was established by two indie filmmakers in 1987
- Little Chicago Pizzeria and Grill – serves a wide selection of pizza and global comfort food in a counter-serve pizzeria
- Five Points Pizza West – offers specialty pizzas, salads, and beers in a casual spot
DeSano Pizza Bakery
DeSano Pizza Bakery consists of master pizza makers making use of a wood-burning oven to serve the best-tasting pizza. They have preserved the authentic way to create Neopolitan pizza. Furthermore, they follow the strict guidelines of the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana. The dishes are available for dine-in, takeout, and delivery.
Thy sevre specialty pizza like Lasagna, Diavola, Napoletana, Capricciosa,a nd San Gennaro. Mroeoevr, tehy sevre Marinara, Boannca, Pomodorini,a nd Verdura pizza. There are also meatcballs and calzone options. In addition, they offer dsesserts like cannoli, niuterlla dessert pizza, and gelato.
pizzeria, calzone, meatballs
Address: 115 16th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: (615) 953-1168
“Stumbled upon this place… Absolutely love the pizza… hands down was the best pizza that I have had in Nashville. Been working in the area from out of state. I will definitely being going back tomorrow. Ooohhh, and the staff was exceptionally friendly.” – Max Donner
Bella Napoli Pizzeria
Bella Napoli Pizzeria is an Italian pizzeria using premium ingredients and traditional recipes. The flour used for the dough is sourced directly from the Caputo Mill in Italy. They strategically formulated the floor to be free from enzymes and additives. Firtemroe, the sauce is made with fresh San Marzano tomatoes. There are no fillers or preservatives added to it. They also imported the mozzarella cheese from Itlau which is fresh and flavorful.
Their napoletana stylee piza incldes margherita, parma, vegeraana, marianra,a nd boscaiola. Moroever, they sevre pasta like penne, lasagna, spagehteti,a nd fettuccine. There are also main dishes of chicken parmiggiano and chef salad.
pizzeria, pizza, pasta, desserts
Address: 1200 Villa Pl #206, Nashville, TN 37212
Phone: (615) 891-1387
”Really love this place. Open kitchen so you can watch them make the food. It really is authentic Italian. Very busy place, I would recommend getting a reservation. Great service. The Nutella pizza is a must for dessert.” – Brian Lupkes
Two Boots Nashville
Two Boots Nashville was established by two indie filmmakers in 1987. They follow Cajun-Italian cooking with a deep commitment to the community. They have successfully integrated the flavors to produce delectable pizza options. Furthermore, their vegan piizaa selection includes Super Vegan, Vegan Tony Clifton, Vegan Mr, Pink, and many more. There are also meat pizzas like The Divine, Mr. Pink, The Dude, Emily Litella, and The CBGB.
Their knots and sliders have selections of garlic, meatball parm, eggplant parm, and chicken parm. Moreover, they serve salads and calzones. Their dessert options are house-baked chocolate chip cookies and gluten-free brownies.
pizzeria, calzone, pasta, salad
Address: 1925 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: (615) 340-4343
”Vegan, V is for Vegan pizza was absolutely amazing! Best Vegan pizza I’ve had. My family also got the regular half cheese half pepperoni and said it was so good. The employees are great, the owner was really nice and went out of his way to make my daughter feel special for her birthday and gave her a complimentary treat. Will definitely be back next time we’re in Nashville. Hopefully next step is Vegan and gluten free pizza. My sister is Vegan but also can’t have gluten. We’ll be back in September.” – Tiffany Girardi
Little Chicago Pizzeria and Grill
Little Chicago Pizzeria and Grill serves a wide selection of pizza and global comfort food in a counter-serve pizzeria. There are bold-hued walls that offer a satisfying dining experience. Furthermore, there are hand-tossed or thin crust options for their gourmet pizzas. The selections include chicken ranch, mac-n-cheese, Sicilian, Italian, and buffalo pizza. There are also options for White pizza, ultimate meat pizza, and spinach chicken alfredo pizza.
There are burgers, salad, and hot croissants to choose from. Moreover, they serve falafel, fajita pita steak, and lamb gyro pocket. There are also sandwiches like Italian beef, eggplant parmesan sandwich, and buffalo chicken sandwich.
pizzeria, croissants, pita, sandwich
Address: 1524A Demonbreun St, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: (615) 321-8660
“Nice little food joint. Good prices, my gyro and fries were pretty good, the pizza was great. Place was clean, it was nice and quiet while we were there. I recommend for good inexpensive eats!” – Garrett D.
Five Points Pizza West
Five Points Pizza West offers specialty pizzas, salads, and beers in a casual spot. There is a weekday happy hour offering great deals for food and drinks. The dishes are available for dine-in, takeout, and delivery. Furthermore, they severe whole pies like Woodstock classic, spinach gorgonzola, meatball pie, and hot Hawaiian. They also serve vegan pie and vodka sauce pie.
There are lunch specials served during weekdays only. This includes a two-slice special, knot+ salad special, and slice+salad special. Moreover, they offer stromboli options of meatball, spinach+ ricotta, and veggie.
pizzeria, pizza, stromboli
Address: 4100 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN 37209
Phone: (615) 891-1820
”What a wonderful afternoon to enjoy a Birthday Pizza Pie. My husband and I found this place after searching Google for an entire 40 minutes in the car after a day at the Parthenon and boy did we choose well. Anna our server was bubbly, nice, great atmosphere. The music playlist was like a flashback to the cold wave of the 80’s and it was amazing weather. We ordered the Supreme and you can taste the fresh ingredients. I would recommend this place for anyone stopping in to get something familiar, but new at the same time. Thanks for making this a fantastic birthday trip to Mashville.” – Carshenah Jefferson
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.