Best Pizza Downtown Cleveland
Are you looking for best pizza in Cleveland? We ranked top 10 places for Pizza lovers in Cleveland.
Pizzaâs not hard to findâbut a really good pie? Thatâs a challenge. Thankfully for you, Movoto Real Estate has ranked the top pizza spots in Cleveland, OH so you can satisfy your need for a hot slice without worrying if youâre about to bite into a piece of cheese-covered cardboard. These are the 10 best (non-big chain) pizza places in C-Town proper:
10. Ask For Extra Sauce At Santoâs Pizza & Pasta
Source: Santo’s Pizza
7565 Pearl Road
One-Topping Large Pizza: $10.65
Our first spot is a family restaurant thatâs good pretty good all around, but doesnât offer quite the same ambience as Maxiâs below. Their pieâs still tasty, though, and is made with a little less sauce than some might be accustomed to, so if youâre a particularly saucy customer youâll probably want to order extra. Itâs so good, you wonât mind if thereâs a little too much on your slice.
9. Maxiâs Ristorante: Come For The Pizza, Stay For The Patio
Source: Maxi’s Ristorante
12113 Mayfield Road
This place is a full Italian restaurant with some really fantastic pasta, but people keep coming back for the pizza. Unlike some of the places on this list, itâs actually suitable for a sit-down meal, with a large back patio for enjoying an evening of pie and beer with friends. Plus, thereâs some great non-pizza fare in case youâre with weirdos who donât realize itâs basically mana from heaven.
8. Sainatoâs Has Awesome Calzone (Their Pizzaâs Pretty Great, Too)
1852 Columbus Road
Large One-Topping Pizza: $12
Calzone is not pizza. Weâre mentioning it here because, in addition to some fine âza, this place also makes some of the best calzones around. We figured it was okay to take a small detour when this cousin of pizza is done so well. Hopefully you wonât throw a pie at usâunless itâs a Sainatos C-Town Special, that is.
7. Capri Pizzaâs Pies May Actually Be Too Big
Source: Capri Pizza
18340 Bagley Road
Large One-Topping Pizza: .20
Is it Tuesday? Then itâs time to call Capri. They have 18-inch large pies for under on Tuesdays, which is a great price for a really good pizza. Like Vincenzaâs, Capri tosses their pies New York-style, so youâll want to pre-game on your slice-folding skills before grabbing your takeout. Youâll need a lot of fridge room for leftovers, too.
6. Antonioâs Restaurant: The Original Is The One You Want
Source: Antonio’s Restaurant
7401 W. Ridgewood Drive
Large One-Topping Pizza: $16.24
This is the mothership of the Antonioâs shops, and as such there are some differencesâfor the better. A big one is their brick pizza oven, which seems to possess some magical ability toâpoof!âmake pizza taste that much better simply through its use. You can go either standard or (as some folks donât realize) deep dish for your crust, but whichever you choose, youâll want to ask for some of their house dressing to dip it in.
5. Vincenzaâs Pizza & Pasta Might As Well Be In NYC
Source: Vincenza’s Pizza
603 Prospect Avenue
Large One-Topping Pizza: $11
Yes, Vincenzaâs has pasta, but weâre here to talk pizza. In this placeâs case, it comes in the form of New York-style thin crust, and even native Manhattanites agree that itâs about as close as you can come without trekking 500 miles east. If thin crust isnât your thing, they can do deep dish and even stuffed crustâbut why mess with a classic?
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