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A pie from Pedroso’s Pizza.
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16 Great Pizzerias in Austin

From Neapolitan to New York-style to vegan, the styles vary but every pie is top-shelf

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A pie from Pedroso’s Pizza.
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While Austin doesn’t have its own distinctive pizza style, it still boasts great options from across the pizza universe. The city’s pizza scene is booming with a cornucopia of distinctive and delicious pies. This includes the longtime offerings from Home Slice Pizza, Via 313’s Detroit-style thick rectangle pies, classic pies from Little Deli, gas station options like Giovanni’s Pizza Stand, and vegan options from Lil’ Nonna’s.

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Pedroso's Pizza

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The Wooten truck parked outside of the Night Owl bar fires up really amazing pies and slices. There are thick Sicilian and Grandma pies, New York-style ones, and what it dubs American-style, with lots of cheese and sauce). Don’t miss out on the stromboli and calzones too. Takeout orders can be placed online; there are indoor and outdoor dine-in areas.

Little Deli & Pizzeria

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One of Austin's most underrated pizzerias, the Jersey-style pies draw fans from all over town. The Crestview restaurant also has a second location in Windsor Park. Curbside pickup orders can be placed over the phone or in person. Both locations are open for dine-in services with outdoor areas available.

Bufalina Due

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The Bufalina Due team’s expertly executed Neapolitan pies have earned raves from critics and diners alike. Bonus: there’s an excellent wine list that focuses on natural wine. Orders can be placed online for curbside pickups. The restaurant is open for indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

A pie from Bufalina
A pie from Bufalina
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Tony C's Coal Fired Pizza

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Tony C’s is one of the few pizzerias in town that serves coal-fired pizza. There's a location on West Parmer Lane too. Pickup and Door Dash delivery orders can be placed online. The restaurants are open for dine-in service, with outdoor areas.

A coal-fired pizza from Tony C’s
A coal-fired pizza from Tony C’s
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Marye's Gourmet Pizza

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The longtime Westlake Hills pizzeria offers a great variety of specialty pies and build-your-own ones, as well as gluten-free crusts and vegan cheeses. Pickups and curbside pickups can be placed online and there are Favor deliveries. The restaurant is open for dine-in service, with some outdoor tables.

40 North

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The Neapolitan pizza trailer grew up with a physical restaurant, serving up those familiar wood-fired pies with classic and out-of-the-box toppings from margheritas to hot honey. To-go orders can be placed online. The restaurant is open for dine-in services, with a patio available.

40 North’s brunch
Pies from 40 North
Nicolai McCrary

East Side Pies

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The creative and playful combinations at the Austin mini-chain take toppings to a new level, and the Austin-centric names don't hurt. To-go and delivery orders can be placed online. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in areas.

East Side Pies’ pizza
East Side Pies’ pizza
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The Backspace

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This Neapolitan pizzeria from chef Shawn Cirkiel is a welcome alternative to downtown's drunk pizza scene. The wood-fired oven is straight out of Naples. There’s a second location on West Anderson Lane, too. Orders can be placed online for pickups, and there are deliveries through Favor. Both locations are open for indoor dine-in service.

A pizza pie with red sauce, brown meat, and white cheese with a triangle-sized cut of slice portioned out.
The Backspace’s pie
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Via 313

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With two trucks and three physical restaurants, Via 313’s Detroit-style pies are well known in the Austin pizza scene. The thick-crust square pizzas are actually baked in auto-part pans from the Motor City. Pickup orders can be placed online. The restaurants are open for indoor and outdoor dine-in services; the truck’s host bars are open for on-site services with outdoor areas.

Home Slice Pizza

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This mega-popular New York-style pizzeria ushered in a new era of Austin pizza when it opened in 2005, and it is still pleasing crowds nearly 17 years later. There’s a second restaurant up in North Loop too. Both locations are offering takeout via online orders. The restaurants are open for dine-in services, with outdoor areas.

Home Slice’s pizza array
Home Slice’s pizza array
Home Slice/Facebook

The ABGB

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The South Austin brewery embraces the combination of pizza and beer. Slices and pies are available (with gluten-free options), and toppings range from white clam to a cheese-less marinara to blackberry and pistachio. To-go orders can be placed online; there are Favor deliveries. The brewpub is open for dine-in service with a large outdoor area.

Giovanni's Pizza Stand

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Believe it or not, there is some truly great pizza to be had inside this Valero station. Gluten-free crusts are available too. Pickup orders can be placed online or in person.

A pie from Giovanni’s Pizza Stand
A pie from Giovanni’s Pizza Stand
Giovanni’s Pizza Stand/Facebook

Possum Pizza

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The Riverside truck is all about vegan thin-crust pizza, from the cheese to the seitan pepperoni, plus vegan appetizers like mozzarella sticks and fried chicken. Pickup orders can be placed in person, over the phone, or via text message; there are tables for outdoor dine-in service.

Conans Pizza South

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For deep-pan pizza, Conans is the Austin answer, with a second location up north too. There are optional wheat crusts plus plenty of vegan options too. Pickup and delivery orders can be placed online or over the phone. The restaurant is open for indoor dine-in service.

Li'l Nonna's

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The pizza trailer, parked at Austin Winery, focuses on vegan New York-style pies, made with vegan mozzarella, beet-based pepperoni, seitan sausage, smoky tempeh, and more. Takeout orders can be placed online, and there are deliveries through Favor. The host site is open for indoor and outdoor services.

A pie from Li’l Nonna’s
A pie from Li’l Nonna’s
Li’l Nonna’s/Facebook

Austinites are making worthy expeditions out west to check out the pizza, in-house pastrami, and pastries from Pieous’s larger home. The pizzeria’s devotion to scratch-preparation runs deep. Orders can be placed online for pickups.

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Pedroso's Pizza

The Wooten truck parked outside of the Night Owl bar fires up really amazing pies and slices. There are thick Sicilian and Grandma pies, New York-style ones, and what it dubs American-style, with lots of cheese and sauce). Don’t miss out on the stromboli and calzones too. Takeout orders can be placed online; there are indoor and outdoor dine-in areas.

Little Deli & Pizzeria

One of Austin's most underrated pizzerias, the Jersey-style pies draw fans from all over town. The Crestview restaurant also has a second location in Windsor Park. Curbside pickup orders can be placed over the phone or in person. Both locations are open for dine-in services with outdoor areas available.

Bufalina Due

A pie from Bufalina
A pie from Bufalina
Bufalina/Facebook

The Bufalina Due team’s expertly executed Neapolitan pies have earned raves from critics and diners alike. Bonus: there’s an excellent wine list that focuses on natural wine. Orders can be placed online for curbside pickups. The restaurant is open for indoor and outdoor dine-in services.

A pie from Bufalina
A pie from Bufalina
Bufalina/Facebook

Tony C's Coal Fired Pizza

A coal-fired pizza from Tony C’s
A coal-fired pizza from Tony C’s
Tony C’s/Facebook

Tony C’s is one of the few pizzerias in town that serves coal-fired pizza. There's a location on West Parmer Lane too. Pickup and Door Dash delivery orders can be placed online. The restaurants are open for dine-in service, with outdoor areas.

A coal-fired pizza from Tony C’s
A coal-fired pizza from Tony C’s
Tony C’s/Facebook

Marye's Gourmet Pizza

The longtime Westlake Hills pizzeria offers a great variety of specialty pies and build-your-own ones, as well as gluten-free crusts and vegan cheeses. Pickups and curbside pickups can be placed online and there are Favor deliveries. The restaurant is open for dine-in service, with some outdoor tables.

40 North

40 North’s brunch
Pies from 40 North
Nicolai McCrary

The Neapolitan pizza trailer grew up with a physical restaurant, serving up those familiar wood-fired pies with classic and out-of-the-box toppings from margheritas to hot honey. To-go orders can be placed online. The restaurant is open for dine-in services, with a patio available.

40 North’s brunch
Pies from 40 North
Nicolai McCrary

East Side Pies

East Side Pies’ pizza
East Side Pies’ pizza
East Side Pies/Facebook

The creative and playful combinations at the Austin mini-chain take toppings to a new level, and the Austin-centric names don't hurt. To-go and delivery orders can be placed online. There are indoor and outdoor dine-in areas.

East Side Pies’ pizza
East Side Pies’ pizza
East Side Pies/Facebook

The Backspace

A pizza pie with red sauce, brown meat, and white cheese with a triangle-sized cut of slice portioned out.
The Backspace’s pie
The Backspace [Official]

This Neapolitan pizzeria from chef Shawn Cirkiel is a welcome alternative to downtown's drunk pizza scene. The wood-fired oven is straight out of Naples. There’s a second location on West Anderson Lane, too. Orders can be placed online for pickups, and there are deliveries through Favor. Both locations are open for indoor dine-in service.

A pizza pie with red sauce, brown meat, and white cheese with a triangle-sized cut of slice portioned out.
The Backspace’s pie
The Backspace [Official]

Via 313

With two trucks and three physical restaurants, Via 313’s Detroit-style pies are well known in the Austin pizza scene. The thick-crust square pizzas are actually baked in auto-part pans from the Motor City. Pickup orders can be placed online. The restaurants are open for indoor and outdoor dine-in services; the truck’s host bars are open for on-site services with outdoor areas.

Home Slice Pizza

Home Slice’s pizza array
Home Slice’s pizza array
Home Slice/Facebook

This mega-popular New York-style pizzeria ushered in a new era of Austin pizza when it opened in 2005, and it is still pleasing crowds nearly 17 years later. There’s a second restaurant up in North Loop too. Both locations are offering takeout via online orders. The restaurants are open for dine-in services, with outdoor areas.

Home Slice’s pizza array
Home Slice’s pizza array
Home Slice/Facebook

The ABGB

The South Austin brewery embraces the combination of pizza and beer. Slices and pies are available (with gluten-free options), and toppings range from white clam to a cheese-less marinara to blackberry and pistachio. To-go orders can be placed online; there are Favor deliveries. The brewpub is open for dine-in service with a large outdoor area.

Giovanni's Pizza Stand

A pie from Giovanni’s Pizza Stand
A pie from Giovanni’s Pizza Stand
Giovanni’s Pizza Stand/Facebook

Believe it or not, there is some truly great pizza to be had inside this Valero station. Gluten-free crusts are available too. Pickup orders can be placed online or in person.

A pie from Giovanni’s Pizza Stand
A pie from Giovanni’s Pizza Stand
Giovanni’s Pizza Stand/Facebook

Possum Pizza

The Riverside truck is all about vegan thin-crust pizza, from the cheese to the seitan pepperoni, plus vegan appetizers like mozzarella sticks and fried chicken. Pickup orders can be placed in person, over the phone, or via text message; there are tables for outdoor dine-in service.

Conans Pizza South

For deep-pan pizza, Conans is the Austin answer, with a second location up north too. There are optional wheat crusts plus plenty of vegan options too. Pickup and delivery orders can be placed online or over the phone. The restaurant is open for indoor dine-in service.

Li'l Nonna's

A pie from Li’l Nonna’s
A pie from Li’l Nonna’s
Li’l Nonna’s/Facebook

The pizza trailer, parked at Austin Winery, focuses on vegan New York-style pies, made with vegan mozzarella, beet-based pepperoni, seitan sausage, smoky tempeh, and more. Takeout orders can be placed online, and there are deliveries through Favor. The host site is open for indoor and outdoor services.

A pie from Li’l Nonna’s
A pie from Li’l Nonna’s
Li’l Nonna’s/Facebook

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Pieous

Austinites are making worthy expeditions out west to check out the pizza, in-house pastrami, and pastries from Pieous’s larger home. The pizzeria’s devotion to scratch-preparation runs deep. Orders can be placed online for pickups.

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