Looking for the best pizza in Brisbane? These days you don't have to look far, with a host of great pizzerias popping up all over the 'burbs as well as inner city Brisbane and the CBD. From thin crust wood-fired Italian and gourmet to foot long masterpieces made by a real pizzaiolo, here's where to go to find Brisbane's best.
The casual dining arm of what is arguably Brisbane's best Italian restaurant, Tartufo Pizzeria is about as close as it gets to eating a traditional Italian pizza without hopping on a plane to Italy, with a must try the ...more
Sequestered in a beautifully refurbished art deco brick building on the edge of Fish Lane, Julius Pizzeria is a rustic and ambient pizza joint that is the real deal and as such is perpetually abuzz with pizza-loving crowds...more
The family friendly bistro and bar with sweeping city views and Brisbane's best mini-golf course has added another notch to its belt with the addition of a pizza kitchen where delicious wood-fired pizzas are the hot new drawcard, available 7 days a week...more
Tucked away in a leafy side street of Kenmore, as well as Wilston (Kedron Brook Road), the delcious duo of Pizzeria Violetta eateries, by savvy owner Renata Roberts, are a real slice of Italy in Brisbane.
Located down a CBD laneway and in the basement of a heritage-listed building, Corbett & Claude is Brisbane city's secret go-to for everything for creative pizzas featuring some amazing healthy toppings...more
A real little slice of Naples has made its home in a leafy street of Stafford Heights, serving traditional wood-fired pizzas straight out of the imported ovens...more
This bustling South Bank Italian eatery is another hotspot for traditional Italian pizzas which come with a side of theatre, thanks to the antics of their renowned pizza chef who has a huge YouTube following...more
Another suburban secret, tucked away Pizzeria 1760 is like the kitchen heart of Yeronga, where for years locals have been dropping in for authentic and delicious thin-crusted Neopolitan pizza straight out of the wood-fired oven. ...more
The godfather of great Italian pizza in Brisbane occupies a breezy open sided space on the edge of the historic woolstores. For years crowds have been gathering to feast on the delicious thin crusted pizzas..more
Il Posto, a contemporary ristorante with covered al fresco seating in Paddo Central shopping plaza is a local go-to for absolutely top notch authentic Italian pizza, with traditional Rosse and Bianco toppings and dessert pizzas..more
A lonely commercial row in Red Hill is home to this buzzy Italian ristorante and pizzeria that does a mouth-watering selection of authentic Italian pizzas, including special dessert marscapone and nutella pizza.. more
In an ambient New York-style basement underneath Metro Arts, Verve serves delicious great value thin crust pizzas with generous and inventive toppings you won't find elsewhere to the hungry masses - students, theatre goers, musos and the odd rock star..more
The bayside's best kept secret, Il Forno is a quaint Italian wood-fired pizza joint tucked away in a side street of Sandgate. From an old colonial shop tables spill out onto the footpath and side driveway under the palm trees where locals-in-the-know congregate ...more
Popolo's small menu of thin-crusted authentic Italian pizzas comes with the add-on extras of great people-watching and stunning city skyline views. From its coveted riverside location down at River Quay there can be few finer settings in which to enjoy a pizza...more
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