No matter what city you visit in the world, one of the most important tasks is to find a really good pizza. Like all great food it’s the simplest dishes with very few ingredients that have maximum flavour.
Calgary pizza is right up there with some of the very best in the world, so after sharing the Canadian Pizza Bucket List we thought it was time to shine a little light on Calgary as a foodie destination in its own right.
Don’t eat them all in one day, but do get ready to seriously drool….
The Best Pizza in Calgary:
Domenic Tudda uses only the most authentic ingredients in his Pulcinella pizza, from Italian type 00 flour and olive oil to farm-fresh herbs and toppings, every ingredient is certified to the Napoletana pizza Association’s standards.
Always made from scratch in the heart of Inglewood. A friendly, fun restaurant serving up some of the most delicious pizza in Canada. They also show movies projected onto their walls to add to the experience. A place where you can eat great food and let your hair down.
This family-owned pizza place specialises in thin crust traditional Napoletana style pizza with ingredients imported from Italy. Thick pillowy crusts and rich toppings make these delectable.
A pizzeria and wine bar where they put huge emphasis on the quality of the ingredients they source and pride themselves on superb service. The perfect place to come with a group of friends and work your way through the wine list.
UNA Pizza is a neighbourhood restaurant serving Californian inspired, thin crust pizza with Mediterranean influenced food and flavours. They find inspiration for their dishes from California to the south of Spain, Italy & France. You can’t reserve and it does get busy, so pop your name on the list and they’ll call you when the table is ready.
With locations on 17th Avenue and Centre street this is the perfect place to come and have a relaxed pie and one of their large selection of beers. Also worth noting they have a great gluten free pizza that is probably the best in Calgary.
Their wood burning oven is the heart beat of this room. A thinner pizza (they traveled to Italy to perfect it) that is light, crispy and absolutely delicious when folded in half and washed down with a lovely glass of their red wine.
Visiting the rest of Canada? You’ll want to check out our Canadian Pizza bucket list.