GianCarlo’s Pizza & Pasta
1197 Peachtree St NE # 518
Atlanta, GA 30361-3523
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The crust, the melted cheese, the sauce… pizza seems simple, doesn’t it? We all know, though, there are some places that elevate this simple dish into something sublime. Our list of the best pizza places in Atlanta includes GianCarlo’s Pizza & Pasta, Antico Pizza, Fellini’s Pizza and Cameli’s Gourmet Pizza Joint
Located at the far end of Colony Square’s Food Court (near the W Hotel), GianCarlo’s owners come straight from New York with their authentic recipes for pizza, pastas, sauces, appetizers, calzones and desserts. You can even get pizza by the slice. Consistently delicious, always fast and friendly service. Catering at any time. Free delivery.
1093 Hemphill Ave NW Atlanta, GA 30318 404.873.1272 www.anticopizza.it Authentic vera pizza napoletana. Individual pies made strictly from ingredients from Southern Italy. Each of Antico’s ovens were made in Italy and shipped to the states. The authenticity of the preparation comes through in the flavor and the light, crunchy dough. If you are lucky enough to fight your way to a table (it may be best just to get it to go), keep in mind it’s BYOB.
Multiple locations in Atlanta www.fellinisatlanta.com Every city should have a good go-to spot for slices of pizza. Fellini’s is a solid, consistent option. With multiple locations, there’s bound to be one close to you. Down a cold beer with your slice or two. Slices are large, and start at $2.05.
Cameli’s Gourmet Pizza Joint
699 Ponce De Leon Ave. Atlanta, GA 30308 www.camelispizza.com This family-run place serves up a seriously huge, jumbo slice and some fun besides. They offer a punch-card system: the more slices you buy, the faster you get to a free slice (although with the slices being so big your waistline my feel the pinch). They have a raucous karaoke night on Thursdays if you’re looking for your looking for a few laughs with your pizza. The calzone is also recommended.