Atlanta We'd really be a-Noid to hear you've still been eating Domino's when we've already told you about Atlanta's best pizzas. But, that's not possible, right? In fact, you've totally eaten all of our picks by now, right?! So, we figured it was time to find you five great, new ATL pizzas, all of which you can try right now.
5 new ATL pizzas to try right now
Duck confit pie, Timone’s
This pie is so rich that Scrooge McDuck would totally hate it, even if it wasn't covered in... well, duck, plus dates, almonds & delicious caramelized onions. Continue Reading
Argosy’s latest pizza voyage involves some sweet peppadew peppers, delicious sopressata, a blend of goat & mozzarella cheeses, and some fresh tarragon designed to give you an earthy herb scent to complement the more familiar protein/melted-dairy flavors.
Vegan Giardino, Ammazza
Made entirely of non-animals, but still actually pretty awesome, this cashew cheese- (?!) covered number boasts raw onions, spinach, Roma tomatoes, basil, fresh garlic, and button mushrooms all baked on a bed of Ammazza’s signature sauce.
Hawaiian and Mexican Coke, Fellini’s
Fellini’s unsullied white board never really changes, so look for this sucker on one of the little hand-scrawled signs taped above the (totally hot!) cashier: a Hawaiian-style pie served on their thick, Sicilian crust (one crunchy slice is plenty), and paired with the still-very-rare-in-Atlanta Mexican Coke.
This massive bar in East Atlanta Village is a local late-night watering hole. Until 2am every night, this restaurant dishes out funky craft brews and everything from mini hot dogs, to gourmet pizzas, to seasonal entrees. Always bustling, this a great place to bring a group for drinks in the spacious beer garden.
This NY-influenced pizza joint from Ron Eyester has stuffed rice balls, wine of tap, and, of course, glorious amounts of gourmet 'za.
The folks at Jack's fashion the place as a dive bar and they aren't wrong. But with some of the cheapest beer and tastiest pizza and wings around the Old Fourth Ward, labels don't matter much in this joint.
An industrial-chic pizza restaurant and bar in the historic Old Fourth Ward, Ammazza's a hipster hangout serving Neapolitan style pizza and other Italian fare. Using ingredients imported directly from Campania in addition to sustainably sourced meat and produce from the metropolitan Atlanta area, Ammazza's eats are flavorful, savory, and really quite tasty.
With outposts in Candler Park, Decatur, VH, and more, Fellini's is spreading their next-level 'za far and wide. With a laid-back feel no matter where you go, Fellini's also boasts killer Sicilian slices, and speciality pies, like their Hawaiian with pineapple.