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Eat your way through the City of Roses with restaurant recommendations you can trust.
Welcome to the most exhaustive Portland pizza coverage for the greater Portland metropolitan area which includes all styles, sizes, crusts, toppings, ovens, trucks, and neighborhoods— even that one just over the bridge into the state of Washington. Pin It. They are deed for take-out or eat on the curb — there is no seating except a table or two on the sidewalk, but the folks there are really friendly.
Via Chicago is a fun little neighborhood pizzeria and bottle shop on Alberta Street. They serve Chicago style deep dish tomato heavy and other thick and cheesey pies in a relaxed atmosphere. Order at the counter and get your slice or pie soon thereafter. You can be in and out in 40 minutes and have a delicious lunch. At The Crown you can order slices or a whole pie, or a slice and drink lunch special, and try such uniquities as fried chicken with honey and ranch, or hot sausage with clams and oregano.
Tastebud is located in Multnomah Village which is a bit of a trek from Portland proper, but not too far. Tastebud started out as a farm, then they built an oven, started making bread and bagels, and finally pizza in the farmers and open-air markets of Portland. Then they became a truck. We love their wood-fired classic pies such as margherita, marinara, quattro fromaggi, and fennel sausage. Check their Facebook for rotating weekly specials like crazy a loaded baked potato pie or French Ratatouille.
Bonus points for homemade sodas that are rocking delicious and the best pizza box art from regular customer Tim Butler. Ash makes all of their pizzas with sourdough starter made with wild yeast from local grapes, and has a wildly creative menu that changes monthly.
If you want something unique but simultaneously comforting and nearly nostalgic at the same time, come to Ash. With five locations in town, Hot Lips Pizza is a great option for a quick slice of pie wherever you are in town. The best pizza in Portland for downtown shopping or sightseeing when you want a quick hot thin, amply sized slice of thin-crust pizza with plenty of Portland character wild names, wild toppings is Sizzle Pie.
There are five Sizzle Pie locations throughout town, all serving both pizza by the slice and entire pies. The pizza is wood-fired, with a crispy crust and a perfectly soft interior. We love the thick and melty mozzarella on every single pie, as well as outdoor picnic benches. Firehouse is located in the very Northeast neighborhood of Dekum in Portland and they make fantastic Neapolitan pies. The pizza here is true-to-form Neapolitan so expect a delicate, almost floppy crust with beautiful char. They have a nice selection of seven specialty pies and three classics, and you can build your own pizza as well.
All pizzas boast beautiful thin, charred crust, cooked in their wood-fired oven. We love their traditional Bianca pie, which Looking to spice up life 35 Vancouver Washington 35 garlic, fontina, sottocenere al tartufo, bufala mozzarella, and fried sage. They are at once a pizzeria, bottle shop, and commissary kitchen slinging truly first rate American style pizza, using seasonal local ingredients and hand stretched dough.
Funky and delicious and some of the best pizza in Portland! The sausage pie here is one of our favs, topped with tomato sauce, fennel sausage, mozzarella, ricotta, and green olives. The most popular pies here are the Big Joe, made with housemade meatballs, ricotta, and basil, or the veggie pizza. Atlas is a great place to bring Vegan pizza enthusiasts as they have six different vegan pies on the menu. Please Louise is a relatively new pizzeria in the Slabtown neighborhood of Portland, serving up tasty creative pizza and small plates.
Looking to spice up life 35 Vancouver Washington 35 pies here are crispy and thin-crusted, made in a deck-oven fired oven. Come here for a small yet consistent variety of menu offerings including pies like margherita, potato carbonara, bolognese, and other seasonal offerings for one of our favorites spots for the best pizza in Portland. Cibo is a thriving SE Division Street neighborhood restaurant serving regional Italian cuisine in a relaxed and stylish environment. Their sixty-foot bar wraps around an open kitchen including their wood-fired pizza oven.
Chef Marco Frattaroli is a longtime pizza master in Portland and his pies here are a testament to that earned expertise. Our favorite pie here is the classic margherita, made with imported Italian tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, and extra virgin olive oil.
Virtuous Pie serves some of the best vegan pizza in Portland— they are all about creating food that looks and tastes vibrant, is good for your body and supports a healthy planet. Our must-try recommendation is the Ultraviolet with walnut and arugula pesto, cashew mozzarella, oven-dried tomatoes, kale, caramelized onion, and pine nuts.
We also love their donuts and outstanding vegan ice cream. Dove Vivi Pizza serves some of the best pizza in Portland and stands out for its unusual, beguiling cornmeal crust. We love Vivi pizzas not only because the crust has a wonderful buttery flavor and a substantial heft, but also because that advanced weight can hold a sizeable mantle of melted cheese.
Get the vegan corn cashew pizza for something truly unique and ature to Dove Vivi, made with vegan roasted red pepper and cashew cheese, fresh sweet corn, caramelized onions, chives, and smoked tomatoes. Employees here will preach how digestible the pizza is, and we agree that although Sicilian pies tend to leave you on the lethargic end hello cheese and bread on steroidsthe combination of both the sourdough crust and the artisanal, fresh toppings not only lighten things up, but makes for one of the most flavorful, and worthwhile pizzas in Portland.
Our favorite pie here is the white roni aged mozzarella, pepperoni, ricotta, pecorino, and olive oil or the classic pepperoni. Baby Doll is a great option for some of the best pizza in Portland that will resonate with almost anyone. Baby Doll has slices, garlic knots, whole pies, and cookies. They even have fun, unique offerings like Sicilian pies and slices, Shirley Temple sodas, and gluten free offerings. It has an olive oil base, mozzarella, house-made ricotta, parm, caramelized onions, and garlic, all on a delicious sesame seed crust.
The crust for each pie is beautifully delicate and fluffy, and the plant-based toppings are deliciously fresh and flavorful. We recommend the margherita made with plant-based mozzarella, or the rosemary pizza, also made with plant-based mozzarella and ricotta, sliced garlic, rosemary, and cracked pepper. Pizzeria Otto is a family-friendly corner pizza t in the Roseway neighborhood of Portland that has stellar wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas.
Vegan cheese and gluten-free crust are available for any pizza orders. Rally Pizza is another excellent reason to make the trip over the bridge into Vancouver for some of the best pizza in Portland. Husband and wife team and both pedigreed bakers and chefs Alan Maniscalco and Shan Wickham run this wonderful restaurant that besides offering delicious Neapolitan pies, also serves up wonderful wood-fired vegetable roasted dishes, sal, and frozen custards and concretes.
Our favorite pizza at Rally is the Margherita, made with hand-pulled mozzarella, tomato sauce, and basil, but the classic pepperoni is addicting as well. Keep your eyes open for their Hot Potato Pizza special and always finish your meal with a frozen custard or concrete. Red Sauce Pizza serves up some of the best pizza in Portland, including calzone, vegan pies, fun pies named after fun people, pan pies, and weekly sourdough bread. Our favorite pie at Red Sauce is The Fern which features house-pickled peppers, red onion, arugula, and goat cheese and will feed you for a week.
We love their first-rate, traditional margherita, pepperoni and quattro fromaggio pies- all some of the absolute best pizza in Portland. The creators behind Handsome Pizza are true pizza nerds who feature locally made artisan products and support our local farmers and growers. The pizza here is to-die-for all made with naturally leavened dough and Scottie himself has a genuine, friendly nature and humble desire to bring people happiness through good pizza. In the mood for a quick slice? Daisuke Matsumoto operates a pizzeria in Vancouver just across the bridge that serves not only some of the best pizza in Portland but the best authentic Neapolitan pie in town.
Situated inside their new brick and mortar on th Ave, eat here for classic Neapolitan pies ready in minutes. True to Neapolitan form, each pizza is beautifully charred, soft and elastic, tender, and fragrant. Major bonus points to Daisuke for the warmest spirit and winningest smile in all of the Pacific Northwest. The pizza here is so perfect in its most basic form, we rarely stray from their classic margherita tomato sauce, mozzarella, parmesan, and basil or other simple variants like the Mr.
Prosciutto tomato sauce, smoked and regular mozzarella, and prosciutto. Sicilian Only! Ranch Pizza has been serving swoon-worthy square pies and house-made ranch to Portlanders since They have two brick and mortar locations in town— one on Dekum street and an even newer location on 21st Ave. If you want something classic, get the Sicilian pepperoni pie. The ature item here, however, is The 4: a square pie made topped with hot pork sausage, Calabrian chilies, ricotta, aged mozz, red sauce, pecorino, fresh basil.
Nonavo Pizza is just over the bridge and into Vancouver, WA, but technically considered part of the greater Portland metropolitan area. This family-owned business serves Neapolitan pies with a twist.
The dough is scratch made, and the pies are fired in a beautifully tiled wood burning oven, and come out charred with an underlying soft pillowy chewiness. The bolognese pie is one of our favorite pies, made with garlic, ragu, oregano, mozzarella, and beautifully sharp grana padano. Creator Ken Forkish is an author, renowned baker, and pizza extraordinaire. Ken is a true artisan and has written one of our favorite cookbooks ever on perfecting the art of pizza making at home The Elements of Pizza.
Nostrana has been serving top quality pizza in Portland for many years. Come here for an elevated dining experience without the stuffiness or attitude. At Nostrana you can expect a first-rate thin, wood-fired pie with all the classic toppings, as well as sophisticated seasonal specials.
Into vegetables? Get the funghi verde, a delicious vegetarian pie with shiitake mushrooms, mozzarella, garlic, arugula, pecorino, and lemon olive oil. Lines and crowds during peak hours make it quickly evident to first-timers that Apizza Scholls serves some of the best pizza in Portland. Come here for impressive and delectable neo Neapolitan pies with perfect crust— a crunch on the bottom, but a retaining bread-ey integrity that held together if you folded it.
They use an electric oven to achieve a nice, even light scorching so the crust has a bitter burn that balances with the yeasty dough perfectly. There is not a frill in sight at Apizza Scholls, just solid classic pies and a few creatives thrown in for good measure. Also worth noting, Apizza Scholls makes an outstanding Caesar salad. The pizza here consistently has so many things we love on and in a pizza: organic and naturally leavened dough, locally grown produce, juicy sauces and condiments, and eggs.
Plus they have more of everything we love in a pizza: more smell, more color, more character, more taste, more chew. Yet this pizza is not heavyhanded or overdone, just in possession of every good pizza element in its perfect fullness. Although changing by week and season The Fifty Fifty pie is wildly vegetable-centric, sporting regular players such fenugreek greens, calabrian chiles, and chanterelle mushrooms.
We could eat here twice per week or more and never grow tired of it.
We love the open and friendly vibe at Pizza Jerk, where you feel like anything is possible and no one is judged. Also noteworthy: the lunchtime pizza by the slice availability, and an overall excellent dining choice for kids and families. Founder Tommy Habetz is notorious for his punked-out pies such as Kale Blazer, made with sausage, Bunk hot peppers, and kale, but his more traditional pies like his classic cheese or pepperoni are equally as delicious and unforgettable.
Finish off your Pizza Jerk pie with a homemade browned butter and sea salt rice krispy treat see the recipe hereor some of the best soft-serve you can find in town. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. I love the food articles about Portland. I agree, Vancouver is really growing into a good eating city! Thanks for your kind words, too, I so enjoy writing about food.
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