With deep dish and thin crusts, you can customize your culinary experience to meet your tastes. Located north on Lima Road, this local pizzeria offers a variety of choices.
Of the signature pizzas, I love the Quarto Format (four cheese) and the Verdure (vegetable). These artisanal pizzas use fresh, local ingredients, baked together in ovens imported from Italy.
Mad Anthony Brewing brings pizza and beer together for a true feast for the senses. Sip a locally made pint and relax while they make your order.
They also have unwraps (left), a flatbread style, served quickly, and available with gluten-free crust! It's a pizza so big, your arms will get a workout just lifting the bite to your mouth.
But their food menu features 11 pizzas and calzones that are certain to make your stomach growl. From the Tugboat Wade to the Buffalo Chicken, and so many in between, this beer hall may just be your new favorite pizza spot.
Most kids growing up in Fort Wayne (including me) remember going to Pizza Hut for delicious food. I returned just recently to the awesome buffet at the East State Blvd.
For around $10, the lunch buffet lets you sample tasty pizzas of all kinds, plus you can ease your guilt with the included salad bar. The downtown Fort Wayne restaurant is handy for lunch or dinner, and offers easy and affordable take-out.
Jet's Pizza is a popular chain in a few states, but they have just one Fort Wayne location, at the corner of Maple crest and Saint Joe Center Roads. They offer a limited delivery area, but I urge you to make the drive for carry out if you aren't in the zone.
Delicious specialty options abound, and you can get round or square pizzas. Perfect for families, Clara's has a fun atmosphere, and a beautiful old style interior with a giant stained-glass window.
Kendra Johnson: Best Gluten Free pizza in town! The deluxe pizza with single crust was marginal but overall a great atmosphere.
Stephanie Romaines: Ha really great people that work there and awesome pizza ! Brenda Clifford: Try the prime rib pizza . Worth it.
800 degree, since the day they opened have prided themselves on fresh ingredients, awesome pizza, amazing salads, and a great beer list! From Business: Famous Chicago-style deep dish pizza right in your neighborhood.
Visit us for a family-friendly atmosphere and delicious food or order your meal online for… Their classic style pizzeria and open kitchen concept create a lively and energetic atmosphere you can feel as soon as you walk through the door.
Their sauce is a mix of three varieties of tomatoes, all freshly packed with no citric acid, adding their special seasonings, extra virgin olive oil, and fresh-grated Parmesan & Romano cheeses. They use only the best 100% all-natural Wisconsin cheese (over 1,000 pounds a week) and grate it fresh in-store daily to make their Secret Ola's Four-Cheese Blend.
The founders, Cindy and Frank, have created a comfortable family environment focused on good food and great service, high quality. Their dough is made fresh every day, and they use only the finest ingredients from the sauce to the toppings, which makes every pizza a delicious, unforgettable experience.
Their dough is made fresh every day and from the sauce to the toppings, and they use only the finest ingredients, which makes for a tasty, memorable experience with every pizza. All of our pizza places actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence.
New York-based pizza eaters do something with their slice known colloquially as “the fold hold.” It involves folding a characteristically thin and broad slice lengthwise with one hand, so it forms the shape of a hard taco shell. Big Apple Pizza is known for a variety of New York-style pies, including Queens Grandma, the Brooklyn and the Manhattan Neapolitan.
The sauce on the Golden Lion is cheddar-based, and the rest of the pizza comprises various other kinds of cheeses. When 816 Pint & Slice originally opened in 2007 downtown, there wasn’t as much foot traffic as there is today.
But 816 Pint & Slice carved its niche anyway and is now one of FortWayne’s most beloved pizzerias. But there are nearly 30 pies on the sit-down/take-out menu, as well as calzones, grinders, pastas and gluten-free options.
Pizza creations include one topped with mac n’ cheese and one done up like a Caesar salad. The double-crust pizza actually involves two thin crusts conspiring to masquerade as a thick crust. Perhaps it is a bit of a deception.
The pie features top-quality meats as formidable as Don Corleone’s three sons: Italian sausage, steak and meatballs. Mad Anthony Brewing Company’s Unwraps seem to be paying homage to Chicago’s less ubiquitous thin-crust tradition.
Unwraps are available in several cunning flavors including Jambalaya and creamy Cajun chicken. Clara’s Pizza King is a venerable Hoosier chain that hearkens back to a time when pizzerias cultivated a fun atmosphere.
It has tiered seating, video games, phones at the tables for placing orders, a booth that has a porch swing for a seat, antique photos on the walls, faux Tiffany lamps and circular stained-glass windows. It consists of pepperoni, sausage, onions, mushrooms and variously hued peppers on a thin and crispy crust.
They include the garlic chicken, the Philly cheese steak and something called the Paul Bunyan Hungry Man BBQ Lovers Delight. Jet’s Pizza is a national chain that began north of here in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
It specializes in rectangular, deep-dish pizzas and receives a great deal of praise for its crusts. Some distinctive flourishes at Jets include the 8 Corner Pizza, featuring eight slices that each have a nice, crusty edge, and Turbo flavoring, a combination of butter, garlic and Romano cheese that can be added to any crust upon request.
But ask some local pizza aficionados for their northeast Indiana favorite and a few of them will tell you to drive south to Bluffton. For example, there’s the County Cork, which features (according to the owners) the three most popular pizza toppings in the Irish region this pie is named for: country sausage, corn and mushrooms.
There’s also the Parlor Pie featuring seven cheeses (Parmesan, cheddar, provolone, mozzarella, Swiss, muenster and blue) and the Irish Loaded Baked Potato Pizza with corned beef and potato. Raymond’s is known for interesting chicken pizzas respectively evoking Tex-Mex fajitas, Swiss cordon blue, Buffalo chicken wings, Southern American barbecue and Manhattan’s club sandwich.
It also offers a white pizza that has earned raves; it features mozzarella, ricotta, fresh tomatoes and sausage. It also offers two barbecue pizzas (chicken and pulled pork) and one of the best vegetarian pizzas in the area, the Verdure, which has roasted red peppers, grape tomatoes, red onions, mushroom, zucchini, fennel, mozzarella cheese, goat cheese and a white sauce base.
The Acme Bar and Grill has been a staple in the region of town known as the 05 for almost 80 years. Notable specialties include the Mediterranean with salami, zucchini, black olives, onions, mushrooms, pineapple and a white sauce base.
But special accolades are reserved for its Crab Rangoon pizza, which features a topping of wonton wrappers and sweet chili sauce. Fort Wayne restaurant vet Tim Johnson opened Timmy’s Pizza and BBQ in Garrett over a decade ago, and it has since earned the sort of reputation that regularly draws pizza and BBQ aficionados from miles around.
There are many good items on the menu, but the thing to order is Timmy’s Train wreck, a pizza topped with Johnson’s hickory smoked pulled pork. At B. Antonio’s, the noteworthy special pies include the Tuscany chicken (consisting of antibiotic-free chicken, garlic, mayonnaise, honey mustard, roasted red peppers, red onion, ricotta and mozzarella), the tomato pesto (featuring pine-nut pesto and vine-ripened tomatoes) and the self-explanatory Philly cheese steak.
Stupendous specialty pizzas offered by the venerable local joint Lexy’s include the chicken club with fajita-style meat and the Neapolitan with sausage, onions, mushrooms, green peppers and mozzarella. *In the February 2018 issue of Fort Wayne magazine, this story reported River Bend Pizza’s phone number as 260.483.2163.