Bringing NYC-style pizza to Denver, 3 Guys Pies operates out of Streets of London Pub on Colfax (cheap beers, huzzah!), and keeps it real with simple, high-quality ingredients that make for a reliably delicious pizza.
Open until 3a on weekends (Thur-Sat nights) and 2a the rest of the week, Two-Fisted Mario's Pizza is a favorite LoDo spot to grab a pie after hitting the bars. A playful atmosphere and dough-tossing theatrics keep the masses entertained while you wait for your slice.
Pizza Alley has the works: pastas, subs, calzones, and even some desserts -- but what you're really here for are the huge, thin-and-crispy slices of NYC-style pizza. That, or maybe $1 PBR Tuesdays... we wouldn't blame you.
Marquis Pizza (appropriately attached to the Marquis Theatre) is a great spot to fuel up before (or recoup after) a high-energy show at the Theatre. They are open late, and huge, thin-crust slices are the order of the day, but don't go thinking you won't be able to fill up on their pies -- try The Heart Attack, with pepperoni, sausage, bacon, Canadian bacon, and jalapeños.
Benny Blanco's is a great spot to grab a slice at the end of a night on Capitol Hill. They're open until 3am, and they've got great, big, hand-tossed pies that'll satisfy your cravings -- just be prepared to grab a slice and move on, there's not much in the way of seating.
Fat Sully's operates out of Atomic Cowboy (alongside Denver Biscuit Company and 24 beers on tap), slinging hand-tossed NYC-style pizzas with fresh toppings. In the mornings, Denver Biscuit Company's mile-high biscuit sandwiches are the star at this triple-threat stop. Later, though, and well into the night, it's the massive, foldable Sully's slices that bring the crowds to this cowboys-and-aliens-themed watering hole.