San Antonio’s Top 10 Pizza PlacesAugust 5, 2016 by Buck's Pizza | Comments Off on San Antonio’s Top 10 Pizza Places
Fratello’s is a great place to grab a quick bite to eat that’s fresh, tasty, and affordable. Their dishes come from classic family recipes, they make all their bread from scratch, and it’s the only place in town you can get a bowl of Bucatini al’ Amatriciana!
SOBRO Pizza Co.
SOBRO is located near the historic Pearl Brewery in San Antonio, and serves Neapolitan pizza on dough made from scratch with imported Italian flour for a crispy crust with just a slight chewy texture inside. They offer classics like a margherita pizza and pepperoni, a unique white pizza with SOBRO’s FigJam made with sweet figs, prosciutto and tangy gorgonzola, and even green pizza, like the Pesto e Verdura made with pesto, house mozzarella, gorgonzola, fresh arugula and grilled mushrooms.
Barbaro is a San Antonio favorite that features a selection of craft beer and amazing pizza, salads and desserts with unique combinations of ingredients to keep your pallet dancing!
20 Nine Restaurant and Wine Bar
Chef Jerry Toomey has transformed 20 Nine into one of the top farm-to-table restaurants in San Antonio. Toomey, a San Antonio native combines fresh, local ingredients and exotic cuisine to craft the best pizza, with nearly everyting made in-house by his kitchen staff.
Grimaldi’s serves authentic New York style thin crust pizza for take out like on other. Their custom-built brick-ovens transform hand-selected fresh ingredients into a masterpiece.
Boasting a diverse menu of locally-sourced ingredients from Texas farms and ranches, Tribeca offers exceptional service in a warm, cozy atmosphere and all at a surprisingly low price point. They’re open for lunch during the week, brunch on Sundays and happy hour for some mixologist-invented elixirs.
Dough Pizzeria Napoletana
Thanks to its extensive, unique, and tasty menu, Dough Pizzeria Napoletana has been featured in dozens of television programs and nationally circulated publications including Food Network and Rachel Ray’s Magazine. They even grow their all of own fresh herbs in the restaurant’s herb garden!
Despite the fact that it’s a chain restaurant, many San Antonians swear that Mellow Mushroom has the best pizza in town. They began in the hippy culture of 70’s, and today, they strive to find happiness in mouthwatering pizza and ice cold craft beer.
Cerroni’s Purple Garlic
The Purple Garlic has homemade hand-tossed pizzas, soups, fresh salads, and strombolis along with traditional Italian favorites, and they even offer any flavor of pizza on a gluten-free 8″ crust!
Big Lou’s Pizza