Family-friendly pizza chain with New York-style cakes and submarine sandwiches with 26% calzones. Firewall Food Stop, in the Westview neighborhood, offers wood-fired pizzas and sandwiches on its menu. The restaurant, owned by Westview resident Sam Eidis, serves mainly Neapolitan-style pizzas, including four specialty pies, such as the Farmer, made with fennel sausage, sweet peppers and fresh mozzarella, and a vegetarian pizza aptly named Gardener with spinach, tomato, ricotta, lemon and garlic. As for the sandwiches, there's the braised pork shoulder based on Italian cabbage, topped with provolone and hot peppers, or the Fertile Crescent, with ten-spice chicken, pickles, vegetables, poached raisins, walnuts and zhoug (coriander) sauce.
Bella's in Marietta is the best in the metropolitan area. Mama's in Alpharetta is following him very closely. Bella's also has by far the best garlic knots. With two locations, one in Avondale Estates and the other in the heart of Little Five Points, Savage Pizza guests visit it to enjoy the comic book-inspired atmosphere, but stay to eat pizzas prepared from scratch.
Junior's Pizza, on Georgia Avenue in Summerhill, serves thin-crust, Sicilian-style pizzas inspired by those found throughout New York City. Labella's could offer some of the best OTP pizzas (that are outside the perimeter) for people who have just arrived in the Atlanta area. The competition is very fierce, as pizzerias serve everything from Neapolitan and New York-style pies to thick-crust Detroit pizzas and even Brazilian tarts topped with shredded chicken, pieces of bacon, a little creamy Catupiry cheese and lots of oregano. With several locations in the city and late into the night, Fellinni's has become an Atlanta classic for its delicious and affordable pizza.
The takeaway pizza restaurant offers everything from “meat-loving” vegans to Hawaiian pizzas on its menu, and includes the option to prepare custom pizzas or order half-and-half flavors.