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40 Pizzeria Recommendations from Eater Readers

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What lesson can we learn from this map and from Pizza Week 2014 more generally? There's a lot of pizza in Atlanta worth trying according to Eater readers who chimed in. Just about every entry on the list of Atlanta's most iconic pizzerias received at least one vote of confidence from readers, and some, like Ammazza, Antico, Fritti, and Cameli's, were consistently offered as favorites. Most of the spots on Eater's OTP Pizza Guide also received at least some attention from readers. But there were many more establishments, inside the Perimeter and out, with pizza that merited mention. Is there possibly anywhere else in Atlanta for great pizza that you don't see here? Leave a comment or let us know through the tipline.


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Sapori di Napoli

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"Sapori di Napoli in Decatur is good if you can't get all the way down to Antico!" —ehpatrick[Photo]

Nancy's Pizza

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"Nancy's Pizza is great for deep dish Chicago style!" —foodrocks[Photo]

"Outside of all of the usual places, Argosy makes a good pie to go with their beer list." —fatcoachk[Photo]

Antico Pizza Napoletana

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"Antico. Period." —dani_bunny

Blue Moon Pizza

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"I love Blue Moon. The Classic with their candied bacon is to die for! The people are all so nice!" —BloomingBird[Photo]

Stone Mountain Pizza Cafe

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"Stone Mountain Pizza Cafe for the white pie. A righteous pizza and worth the short drive." —Mr[Photo]

Vingenzo's

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"Vingenzo's for those of us OTP!" —Sande[Photo]

Ammazza

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"Ammazza is amazing. I am a big fan of Piola too!" —nygirlinatl

Double Zero Napoletana

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"Double Zero has the best pizza. The Maiale is incredible!" —wmprkg[Photo]

New York Pizzeria

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"New York Pizzeria or Urban Pie in Kirkwood. Hands down it's gotta be either one of these. Real authentic pizza that you don't have to order a lot of toppings to make it taste good!" —DeePutsHerFootInIt[Photo]

Jack's Pizza & Wings

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"For a great, cheap, quick pizza, we always go to Jack’s Pizza & Wings in O4W. They load up on the toppings and it is good ole traditional pizza. Plus, they serve with this heavenly garlic sauce." —ATLFoodie[Photo]

5 Seasons Brewing

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"5 Seasons Westside does an awesome "daily special pizza" twice a day and one of the best housemade gluten-free pizza doughs I've had!" —ATLien21[Photo]

Varasano's Pizzeria

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"We love Antico and Varasano's for authentic Italian." —ATLFoodie

Cameli's Pizza

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"I feel like Cameli's doesn't get mentioned in the Atlanta pizza conversation enough. They have really good pizza there." —Terry[Photo]

Campania

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"If you include OTP, then you have to include Campania in Alpharetta. It's very much like Antico. They even brought in one $10,000 old world authentic pizza oven from Italy to cook it in. They are in the top three for sure." —Austin H.[Photo]

Slice & Pint

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"Slice & Pint is hands down the best. And that says a lot considering all of the great pizzas in Atlanta. Antico is a 9.5/10...Slice & Pint is a 11/10! Be sure to get the "spent grain" dough. It is the left over dough after brewing beer, and it is awesome." —chrisman[Photo]

Aurelio's Pizzeria

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"Aurelio's! True Chicago thin crust pizza with tasty sausage 'imported' from Chicago." —Ginny[Photo]

Famous Original Pizza

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"Famous Original in Alpharetta. They won best 'za in '06, '07, and '08, NY-style" —The wiz[Photo]

850°F Bar & Pizza

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"I just go wherever Stefano Rea goes— including Anitco, Cibo e Beve, Campania, the pizza oven in my backyard, new place called 850°F in Alpharetta opening this week— the guy's a pizza genius." —ReMarz[Photo]

Mellow Mushroom

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"@MellowMushroom" —Mark H.[Photo]

Hearth Pizza Tavern

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"Hearth! We have travelled all over the city for pizza, and every time we go somewhere else, we always say, "Hearth is still better!" We love this Sandy Springs eatery!" —bbboys[Photo]

Vinny's NY Pizza

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"Wow, no love for Village Pizza? Vinny's New York Pizza in Midtown is excellent as well." —psk[Photo]

Urban Pie

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"New York Pizzeria or Urban Pie in Kirkwood. Hands down it's gotta be either one of these. Real authentic pizza that you don't have to order a lot of toppings to make it taste good!" —DeePutsHerFootInIt[Photo]

Fire Stone Wood Fired Pizza & Grill

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"For those OTP, Fire Stone Wood Fired Pizza & Grill in Woodstock is the best. Thin crust, hand tossed in their open kitchen, and cooked in wood fired ovens. They have really interesting and original pies. The pesto and fig are just to die for!" —pizzalover[Photo]

Edgewood Pizza

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"I miss Edgewood Pizza. Maybe one day it will be rebuilt." —Robbie M.[Photo]

Galla's Pizza

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"Galla's— best vote." —Corbin C.[Photo]

Avellino's

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"Avellino's on the Eastside— best cheap slice." —M.[Photo]

Shorty's Pizza - Tucker

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"Shorty's in Tucker!" —Sean S.[Photo]

Marietta Pizza Company

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"Marietta Pizza on the Square. Let's get a few shout outs for the "other" side of town!" —Barbara R.[Photo]

Savage Pizza

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"Savage— Little Five Points." —Isaac S.[Photo]

Pizzeria Vesuvius

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"Fritti (big on their deep-fried calzone!) and Antico are good for going out. Pizzeria Vesuvius for delivery dankness." —Heather L.[Photo]

"I know it's been around a while, but Fritti is just always a solid bet for thin crust." —aro1500[Photo]

Rosa's Pizza

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"Antico, definitely. And Rosa's is the best NY-style pizza I've had in ATL." —Kristen B.[Photo]

Timone's

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"I haven't seen Timone's mentioned. Good pizza in a neighborhood tavern atmosphere." —Andy W.[Photo]

Don Antonio

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"Don Antonio's by Starita in Buckhead has a huge variety and delicious pizzas. They have everything from fried pizzas to gluten-free. The calzones are lip lickin' good, also. Give it a shot, see what you think." —Lisa[Photo]

Piola Italian

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"Ammazza is amazing. I am a big fan of Piola too!" —nygirlinatl[Photo]

Grant Central Pizza

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"Grant Central and Cameli's for American- and New York-style." —dean[Photo]

Partners II Pizza

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"Partners II Pizza in Peachtree City. Try the Loaded Potato Pizza." —Mark G.[Photo]

Avondale Pizza Cafe

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"Antico hands down for Neapolitan. Avondale Pizza Cafe for New Jersey/New York-style and Cameli's Monster Slice!" —Lisa P.[Photo]

Vintage Pizzeria

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"Vintage Pizza." —Jeremy S.[Photo]

Sapori di Napoli

"Sapori di Napoli in Decatur is good if you can't get all the way down to Antico!" —ehpatrick[Photo]

Nancy's Pizza

"Nancy's Pizza is great for deep dish Chicago style!" —foodrocks[Photo]

Argosy