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Get a slice of this Cowtown pizza guide

If you’re on the quest for the perfect slice, we’ve put together a list of 20+ of the best places to grab pizza that are definitely worth the dough. Fort Worth’s pizza scene is bubbling with options — and we keep finding ways to top ourselves.


Fort Worth has pizza in all shapes, sizes, and styles.

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Whenever we’re feeling saucy, we like to dig into a slice of local pizza. Fort Worth’s pizza scene is bubbling with options — and we keep finding ways to top ourselves. If you’re on the quest for the perfect slice, we’ve pie-oneered a list of 20+ places to grab pizza that are definitely worth the dough.

Local legends

Nizza Pizza, University
This spot was recommended by readers for the best marinara sauce. Stop by for family-style dinners, thin-crust slices, deep-dish pies, and stuffed pizzas.

Bosses Pizza, Northside + Lake Worth
Grab a slice of The Big “O” loaded with pepperoni, Canadian bacon, hamburger, sausage, bacon, olives, mushrooms, onions, and green peppers.

Mama’s Pizza, Multiple locations
Recommended by readers as one of the best pizza spots in town, the East Coast-style pizzeria was founded by a Texas Wesleyan student in 1968.


The points of the star-shapped pizza make for easy pull-apart bites.

Think outside the pizza box

PieTap Pizza Workshop + Bar, Magnolia
Head over for nightly specials, 35 beers and specialty wines on tap, and cheese bubbling out of the wood-fired oven.

Mister O1, Grapevine
Star-shaped pizza — need we say more?

Zalat Pizza, West 7th
Feed your appetite with a bowl of loaded pizza bites and City Editor Rebecca’s recommendation for the best veggie pizza.


Healthy and delicious? Check out Pizza Verde’s weekday lunch special for plant-based pizza.

Photo by FTWtoday

Alternative diets

Pizza Verde, Camp Bowie
Grab a slice of plant-based pizza with vegan mozzarella made in-house.

Palio’s Pizza Cafe, Multiple locations
Choose from options like a keto pizza bowl or build your own gluten-free or cauliflower crust pizza.

Mellow Mushroom, University
The funky pizzeria offers six different gluten-free options + dessert.


The wait is worth it for Grimaldi’s ultra-thin crust.

New York-style

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, Clearfork
Bringing the Big Apple to Cowtown — the thin crust pie has a crispy crust from the coal wood-fired oven.

Brooklyn’s Best Pizza & Pasta, Arlington
Have a slice with a side of pepperoni pinwheels or fried mushrooms.

Zoli’s Pizza, Hulen
Brought to you by the creator of Cane Rosso, the eatery serves rectangular pizzas that blend New York and Italian styles.


Ask the Olivella’s team for a recommended wine pairing for your gourmet pizza.

Photo courtesy of Olivella’s

Italian origins

Olivella’s Pizza and Wine, Camp Bowie
“Straight out of Naples” the restaurant serves both Neapolitan and Roman-style pizzas and an assortment of wines.

ZuRoma Bar & Grill, North Richland Hills
Pair your pizza with a basket of “world famous” crispy pepperoni chips.

Campisi’s Restaurants, Camp Bowie
The family-owned restaurant started in Dallas as Texas’ first pizzeria in 1946.

Picchi Pacchi Pizzeria, Downtown
The eatery serves Neapolitan-style pizzas like alfredo, buffalo, and barbecue.

Deep dish

Old Chicago Pizza, Northside
Fill your stomach with a deep dish pie like the “Double Deckeroni” with twice the pepperoni, shaved parmesan, a dash of hot sauce, and parsley garnish.

Joe’s Pizza Pasta & Subs, Hulen
Grab a slice of deep dish Sicilian cheese pizza and a hot or cold sub.


Don’t get us started on pizza toppings.

Photo by @canerossotx

Brick oven

Cane Rosso, Magnolia
The pizzeria started as a mobile pizza oven and now makes fresh pies daily and superheats them for 90 seconds in a 900º oven.

Blaze Pizza, Bryant Irvin
Build your own pizza with five specialty crusts and all 30+ of your favorite toppings.

Fireside Pies, West 7th
Level up your standard pizza with a burrata pesto or a Cajun shrimp pie.

It’s delivery

Slice City Pizza, Hulen
Order a couple of boxes of your favorite pies or grab a slice just for yourself.

Mr Jims.Pizza, Multiple locations
Not enough cheese? Order a hand-stuffed cheese crust.

Pizza Buzz, Northside
Grab a standard cheese or pepperoni or try out a more unusual flavor like Tandoori chicken or dill pickle pizza from the family-owned shop.

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