Austin is filled with several great pizza joints but what’s the best? Here’s my guide to the Neapolitan, Detroit, New York and everything in between that’s not just the basic pepperoni.
Jester King makes their own food from scratch using farm, fermented or foraged ingredients. The pizza dough contains 100% Texas grains.
Home Slice Pizza is famous for their New York Style pizza by the whole pie or by the slice at their convenient walk-up window on South Congress.
The Backspace is this small Italian pizza restaurant tucked in the alley of San Jacinto Blvd that’s by the group behind Parkside.
All-you-can-eat Brazilian pizza experience at Delucca Gaucho in North Austin for $25 with 16 different kinds of pizzas.
Everyone loves Via 313 for their Detroit-style pizza (different from Chicago-style) – a thick crust that is somehow crispy and not heavy with flavorful toppings.
I loved the Ooh La La with spicy local honey and pepperoni and the Shroomin’ Goat with roasted mushrooms and local goat cheese.