Fantastic Neapolitan pizza made by one of the nicest men in the business.
It’s Friday night. The kids are full of energy for the weekend and you’re exhausted from a week of work. The answer? Galla’s pizza!
Fresh, oven fired pizzas in the Sandy Springs neighborhood keep the locals and people from all around coming back.
“There’s always something goin’ on at Amici” is the best way to describe this family owned pizza café and bar.
Nina and Rafi has answered Atlanta’s Italian cuisine-related prayers with their ristorante per famiglie (family restaurant), providing the city with incredible craft made pizzas.
This place is no typical pizza, pasta, and sub shop. This is fine Italian dining, disguised as pizza, pasta, and subs.
Get your favorite Italian-American cuisine in the cozy neighborhood pub feel you crave. Vintage Pizza brings the old style of making pizzas, pastas, calzones & Stromboli’s to Chamblee. From classics like lasagna and caprese salad to their house specialty, the Blue Pie, they’re bringing the best of Jersey to the Atlanta area
Ippolito’s presents classic and nostalgic Italian dishes, served family-style, in a neighborhood restaurant with lots of local flair…that is, if you can resist the overwhelming urge to fill up on their famous garlic knots first!
When you walk into this Decatur spot, you’ll feel like you’re eating at home. Customers are treated like family, & the colorful, warm & homey environment has proved to be well-liked, with some guests having been customers since the restaurant opened.
If you’re in the Southeast, you can taste a little piece of New York with Johnny’s NY Pizza. Each Johnny’s shares the same quality, consistency & hometown NY feel that is hard to find this south of the Mason Dixon.
Every great neighborhood deserves a great restaurant-bar where locals can have a great meal with friends, sidle up for a cozy drink or a slice of pizza and catch their favorite team on TV!
Roswell’s got a new Neapolitan pizza spot in town, and it’s already turning heads.
For some, the best way to pass along family traditions and memories is through food. And at Sorriso Apizza in Alpharetta, they’re living the family legacy every day.
At No. 246 almost everything else is sourced locally, from the Georgia white shrimp to the Sweetgrass Dairy goat cheese and north Georgia trout.
This Chicago style sports pub in Sandy Springs has been serving up deep dish pizza, Chicago style hotdogs, and authentic Chicago style beef since 1964 with recipes dating back to the 1890’s.
With a Little Italy attitude and flavor, Cameli’s pizzas, calzones, and pastas give us a little taste of everything we love about pizza.
You won’t find coal-fired flavor like this anywhere else in Atlanta.
A concept dedicated to cooking pizza true to Naples, Italy, Vero is focused on using the freshest ingredients to craft the highest quality pies.
Incredible tomato sauce, handmade dough, and fresh ingredients everyday are just a few things that make Marco’s one of the best pizzerias in the business.
This could be the most decorated pizza anywhere! When you take pizza as seriously as Gio does, you’re bound to win a few awards.