Top Pizza Restaurants in Scottsdale, AZ
As one of the culinary hubs of Arizona, it’s only natural that the sunny town of Scottsdale would be home to the state’s best pizza restaurants. Below, we’ve put together a list of just a few of the many high-quality pizza joints that call Scottsdale home. Read on to learn more!
LAMP Wood Oven Pizzeria
Between the restaurant’s rustic-chic ambiance and expansive menu of both red (with sauce) and white (without sauce) pizzas, it’s no wonder that LAMP has managed to win over the palates of Scottsdale’s culinary connoisseurs. Enjoy playful pizza names referring to toppings ranging from capers, prosciutto, and garlic to Sicilian sausage, eggplant, and ricotta. The restaurant also offers a variety of lovely salads, appetizers, and desserts to pair with your pie—especially their Nutella and toasted marshmallow milkshakes!
Pomo Pizzeria is one of the only local pizza restaurants that is certified in the Neapolitan technique from the Verace Pizza Napoletana and Associazione Pizzaiouli Napoletani, which comes straight from Italy itself. Combining superior pizza-crafting and wood-burning ovens with Pomo family recipes passed down through several generations, as well as ingredients like organic wheat flour imported from Naples, it’s not difficult to see why Pomo’s pizzas are so remarkable. Try the Don Alfonso pizza; it’s renowned throughout the Scottsdale culinary community! There are also vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free pizza options available.
This up-and-coming pizza restaurant is an inexpensive yet delicious option for your Scottsdale meal. Structured similarly to many counter-service, build-your-own establishments, Fired Pie allows you to pick out every detail of your pizza from their range of ingredients. And if you don’t feel up to creating your own pizza, you can simply choose from options like pesto chicken, Hawaiian barbeque, margherita, and more.
Vito’s Pizza and Italian Ristorante
Drawing inspiration from his family’s recipes, Vito and his wife offered patrons beautiful pizzas from 1986 until their retirement in 2009. Now, the tradition continues with a new generation of family members who have expanded into Scottsdale. Their pizzas are created using flour imported from Italy, as well as Italian and Wisconsin cheeses. You can create your own pizzas as well—even a gluten-free version of the classics you know and love! Vito's is a personal favorite.
Nestled in Old Town Scottsdale, Craft 64 stands out from some of its competitors for its immense selection of local craft beers, as well as a range of unique organic ingredients. Their Spain pizza, for example, features cured olives, Spanish almonds, a mild hot sauce, and chorizo. Pair your pizza with an ice-cold beer for a fantastic meal!
Vito's Pizza and Italian Ristorante
LAMP Wood Oven Pizzeria
Which is your Favorite?
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