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20 places to get your pizza fix in Chattanooga

Dig into Chattanooga’s must-try pizza spots.

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Get out there and cheese the day, Nooga.

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Whenever we’re feeling saucy, we like to dig into a slice of local pizza. Chattanooga’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.

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Enjoy a slice of New York-style pizza right here in Chattanooga.

Local legends

Community Pie, 850 Market St. + 2006 Hamilton Pl. Blvd.
Choose from New York, Detroit, and Neapolitan-style pizza options — don’t skip out on an order of garlic knots.

Pizza Bros, Locations vary
We recommend trying out “The Yeti” which comes with alfredo sauce, meatballs, roasted cherry tomatoes, ricotta, and a honey drizzle.

Mr. T’s Pizza & Ice Cream, 3924 Tennessee Ave.
Make sure to check out the delivery, carry-out, and dine-in specials before you go. Have a sweet tooth? Satisfy it with an order of the cinnamon sticks.

Crust Pizza, 3211 Broad St.
Create your own pizza or try out one of the specialty options — we love the “Sleestak” pizza with pepperoni, mushrooms, Italian sausage, and ricotta cheese.

Stevarinos, 325 Cherokee Blvd.
Stop by this Italian eatery + pub for a specialty pizza that comes in small, medium, and large sizes.

New York Pizza Co., 5804 S. Terrace
This spot serves up authentic New York-Italian brick oven pizza + is the home of the renowned 24-inch pizza.

TailGate Brewery, 1464 Market St.
Build your own pizza or try out one of the Craft pizza options. Pro tip: Make sure to ask about the pizza of the month for savings.

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The yeast we can do is share our favorite pizza spots with you all.

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Fancier fare

Niedlov’s Bakery & Café, 215 E. Main St.
This breakfast + lunch spot serves up pizza on Friday nights from 5-9 p.m. Fun fact: This is Editor Kristen’s favorite pizza offered in Chattanooga.

Fiamma Pizza Co., 405 N. Market St.
This spot serves up Neapolitan + Sicilian pizza, we recommend trying out the Margherita pizza.

Wooden City, 203 Broad St.
This spot has several wood-fired pizzas to choose from, including a tasty vegan option.

Pizzeria Cortile, 4400 Dayton Blvd.
Try out the wood-fired pizza, we love the sweet Thai chicken pizza. Bonus: You can catch the Pizzeria Cortile food truck at The Book & Cover on Fridays.

Honey Seed, 1705 Market St.
The wood-fired pizza is available on the menu after 12 p.m.

Tony’s Pasta Shop & Trattoria, 212 High St.
Create your own pizza with several premium topping choices.

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Don’t be shy with the parm.

By the slice

Goodfellas Pizzeria, 1208 King St.
Grab a slice of New York-style pizza and head downstairs to Wisely Lounge for a drink.

Southside Pizza, 612 E. Main St.
Sit outside on the patio (if it’s not too cold), and make sure to take a picture with the giant pizza mural.

Slow Rise Pizza, 1501 Long St.
Grab a slice of pizza while you enjoy a concert at Barrelhouse Ballroom.

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Gluten-free or vegan? You can still enjoy pizza in the Scenic City.

If you can’t take the wheat (or cheese)

Chattanooga Pizza Co., 2000 E. 23rd St.
Several of the specialty pizzas have vegan versions available. We recommend adding an order of Tennessee Tater Tots while you’re there.

Mellow Mushroom, 205 Broad St. + 2318 Lifestyle Way
Need a pie with peace of mind? Any of the stone-baked pies can be ordered on a 10-inch gluten-free crust. Bonus: Try out the Veg Out pie for a vegan option.

Lupi’s Pizza Pies, Locations vary
Swap out the dough for a gluten-free crust for a slight uncharge. Add your own toppings to create a vegan pie.

We know, this is just a piece of the pie. If your favorite place to get pizza wasn’t mentioned, let us know so we can show it some love in the future.

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