This is one city where carb lovers will be safe and sound. To make sure you’re spending less time researching and more time feasting, we’ve rounded up the very best Cincinnati pizzas.
Dig into these delicious pies…
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The key to a classic Detroit pie is the deep pans in which the pizzas are baked, which gives it a crunchy crust and soft base, with carmelised cheese on top. Taglio does this perfectly. Toppings include pepperoni, basil, and Mike’s hot honey, while there’s also great ‘crust dips’. We love the creamy gorgonzola.
Don’t let the location fool you; this is some of the best Dayton-style pizza around. In classic style, the toppings sprawl edge-to-edge over cracker-thin crust, cut into tiny, bite-size squares.
Each small square holds up a generous amount of sauce, cheese, meats, and veggies!
Via Vite is a stylish Italian restaurant in downtown Cincinnati. It has a great selection of traditional dishes (the salt crust Branzino!) but take our advice and focus in on the pizza. With toppings such as porcini mushrooms and truffle pate you won’t be able to resist.
Camporosso is a classic Neopolitan wood-fired pizzeria that serves up pies just as good as anywhere in Italy. It’s all about the dough, which they prove for over a day in advance, resulting in that perfect springy and spongey crust. They also make their own mozzarella in-house – this is the real deal.
When all you really want after partying in Mount Lookout is that late-night slice of pizza, this is the place to go. Ramundo’s serves up specialty pizzas, salads, calzones, subs and appetisers, like the “Ramundough Bites” (pepperoni and cheese rolled in dough). Try their famous 25″ Pizza Challenge if you dare: two people tackle a huge pie in just 10 minutes.
This popular sports bar with TVs and a big widescreen for all the games also serves up some of the best pizza in Cincinnati. They cook up a more American-style pizza which is served by the pan on the table and which is perfect for sharing. You can choose from extra-thin crust to thick Sicilian, with plenty of delicious toppings to add on.
Order the huge Bearcat pizza for a feast of 30 slices to share.
If you’re looking for a Chicago-style deep dish, then this is the spot. They also have a sizable draft beer list to accompany your slice and loads of tasty sides.
With its “NYCHI” concept, Two Cities offer’s both styles, foldable slice-lovers, and the saucy, knife-and-fork variety can both enjoy their preferred slice!