Here in Dublin, pizza is our love language. Check out our list of some of our favorite pizza spots in to grab a slice. Fair warning, by the end of this list, you might be craving every single one of these pies.
Dublin's favorite Mom and Pop pizzeria has been serving Central Ohio for over 60 years! Their pies feature a thin crust with edge to edge toppings.
Luna Pizza Kitchen
This family-owned and operated pizza shop proudly serves its own original pizza dough and sauce made in-house daily. Luna Pizza Kitchen's pies are topped with hand-sliced, fresh veggies. A People’s Choice Winner of the 2014 Slice of Columbus, you must taste yourself to believe it.
Treat yourself to an elegant evening by going, gourmet. All of La Scala's pizzas are baked to perfection in their wood-fired ovens. Pro tip: come back for their lunch buffet!
Dewey's is far from your average pizza joint. Try pies with names like “Ryan’s Inferno,” “Socrates Revenge,” and the “Green Lantern.” Curious as to what’s on them? Check out their menu or watch them make the pizzas from scratch at the Perimeter-Avery location.
Try one of 9 pizzas unique to the Dublin location, or one of their specialty pizzas. We taste-tested the Kosmic Karma and gave it an A+.
Cincinnati’s #1 pizzeria has officially landed in Dublin. La Rosa's, a family-style Italian restaurant features classic and build-your-own pies. Pro Tip: pair them with one of their signature starters Rondos.
Classic and modern all in one, Mezzo will not disappoint in menu or atmosphere. Each pizza has a gourmet flair with specialty toppings. Head here for happy hour and pair with a glass of wine or a cocktail.
Harvest Pizza is a Columbus-area staple so it's no wonder their Dublin location is well-loved by locals. This cozy restaurant is known for its wood-fired pizzas that are locally sourced and ingredient-driven. Try a traditional or seasonal pie today.
Bridge Street Pizza
As the name suggests, this small pizza joint is located just next to the bridge in Historic Dublin. As “Dublin’s Oldest Pizza Tradition,” we suggest you sample their signature Shamrock Pizza topped with pesto, spinach, artichoke, pine nuts and feta.
Once a food court favorite, now has a stand-alone store in Dublin. Enjoy a GIANT, New York-style slice to-go. Do yourself a favor and order up.
There you have it! Proof that Dublin is a pizza haven. Share your slices with us using #SoDublin.
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