Best of Philly: The Best Pizza Choices You Can Make
Philadelphia magazine’s 40th anniversary Best of Philly issue is hitting newsstands right now. Philadelphia magazine’s is tweeting out some winners now and we are sharing these best pizza winners with you on Foobooz.
For all the winners, pick up a copy of Philadelphia magazine at your local bookstore or newsstand now.
Best Pizza Delivery
901 South 10th Street, Bella Vista, 215-825-5304
With Santucci’s delivery from Bella Vista, the pie is still steaming and the crust is still crispy upon arrival. At least one of those facts is a miracle.
Best Pizza Destination
2313 Frankford Avenue, Fishtown, 215-291-2965
Pizza Brain is a destination. Go for the World’s First Pizza Museum, stay for the incredible (and strange) pies.
Best Deep Dish Pizza
Garces Trading Co.
1111 Locust Street, Center City, 215-574-1099
The Chicago Deep Dish at Garces Trading Co. is a great pizza that’s not really pizza. (Start sending your hate mail now, casserole lovers.)
Best Simple Blue-Collar Pie
501 Dekalb Street, Bridgeport, 610-275-0114
Franzone’s does the best simple blue-collar pie: Nothing fancy—just an addictive sweet sauce on one of the best non-gourmet pizzas you’ll find.
Best Old School Pizza
Gennaro’s Tomato Pies
1429 Jackson Street, South Philly, 215-463-5070
Go old-school with —crispy New York-style pizzas to make your heart sing, probably in Italian.
Best Roman Pizza
1240 Spring Garden Street, Center City, 215-238-9311
For Roman pizza, do Bufad —any pizza you have to cut with scissors is cool from the start.
Best Take Out Pizza
115 East Girard Avenue, Fishtown, no phone
If you’re taking out, you can’t beat Pizzeria Beddia: no phone, no chairs, no slices, weird hours, and pies from pizza savant Joe Beddia, who uses nothing but the best ingredients.