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Avondale outpost of the popular, superhero-themed Little Five Points pizza place. Different location, same menu. Serves pizzas and calzones. Feel free to build your own pizza.
If you have kids, Zucca is a good choice both in atmosphere and price. Service is friendly and fast-paced. The mozzarella sticks and mussels bianco are especially goo, while the pizzas satisfy those with a healthy appetite.
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Savage Pizza is among the best local sources of real, hand-thrown, honest-to-Palermo pizza. This slightly bent independent in Little Five Points is notable for fresh ingredients, homemade sauces, and clever, knowing service. Wide selection of toppings and calzone fillings. Good for takeout.
Owner Giovanni DiPalma seemingly appeared out of nowhere a few years ago and turned a nondescript building into a Neapolitan pizza mecca. Antico Pizza’s Naples-style pie is made with imported Italian ingredients in three Acunto ovens, also from Italy. If you like meat, order the San Gennaro. The Margherita here is just as impressive as its sausage-, pepper-, and onion-laden brethren. The pizzeria is just one part of DiPalma’s growing “Little Italy” empire that includes a rotisserie chicken place, sandwich and gelato nook, Italian market, and limoncello bar all on the same corner.
Riccado Ullio's younger, hipper sibling to next-door Sotto Sotto offers bold salads, fried seafood, and thin-crust, rustic pizzas with exotic toppings. Atmosphere, service, and wine list are notable as well.
Max's is another restaurant in the Concentric's empire, notable for owning the first coal-burning pizza oven in Georgia, which cooks the pizza at close to 1000 degrees. Boasting hearty toppings and huge portions, the pizzas are good -- not earth-shattering, but good.
Jeff Varasano, software engineer, Rubik’s cube champion, and self-made pizza guru, has a lot to live up to when his restaurant opened. Previously, Varasano had been holding pizza parties in his Buckhead home that attracted hoards of foodies, as well as the New York Times. His pizza is, for the most part, blatantly delicious. The crust is thin — crispy but not cracker-like. The bottom is kissed by a mottled black patina, which makes the chewy-to-crispy ratio just right.
Finally a pizza place with atmosphere! Blue Moon Pizza offers its guests only the freshest ingredients in preparing its fabulous pizzas and appetizers. The Barbeque Chicken Pizza is an absolute must try along with our Wedge Salad that's topped with our own candied bacon. With a full bar and nightly drink specials, Blue Moon plays classic foot tappin' blues and jazz all day and night. Also open for lunch, we offer great lunch specials, including pizza by the slice that will get you in and out in a hurry.
An innovator back in the day (circa 1974), the pizza joint remains a favorite haunt for many Atlantans.
Pizza, salads and cannoli offered in a picturesque former gas station. Although the slices are NYC-styled, Urban Pie prefers to be known as "Kirkwood-style pizza." Thin crust is standard here, and with a $10 one-topping pizza special every day, it makes for a good neighborhood option.
In a neighborhood permeated with Asian and Latin eateries, Vintage Pizzeria provides a taste of good, old American grub. While the sauce lacks punch, pies like "Carmen's Own" yank you into the past.
Whether you want to enjoy a slice straightaway or grab a pizza to enjoy later with the family, this spot has you covered. The thin crust is crackly with nice tug and is topped with the proper ratio of well-balanced sauce and cheese. While there are plenty of pie choices, the plain cheese Neapolitan is the hands-down fan favorite.
Bustling spot for Neapolitan-style pizza, pasta, grilled Italian specialties, wine or cocktails before a show at the Fox.
A family-friendly pizzeria located in Tucker.
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