Top Review:“Kaos Pizzeria was a fantastic place for us to stop and get delicious pizza. As a gluten-free family, we often don’t have too many options for dining out. You can imagine our surprise when Riley said he could make any pizza on the menu gluten-free. ANY PIZZA. I’m so used to having a limited menu that I had to stop for a minute to process that. My daughter had the gluten-free pepperoni and I had the wild mushroom pesto-so good!” – Teresa B.
If you are looking for a challenge that can satisfy your cravings for pizza, Fat Sully’s is a good choice.
With its massive 26-inch, hot and cheesy pizza slices, your taste buds will surely love this deliciously cooked food. What makes this restaurant a favorite among the locals is that you can build your pizza from scratch.
Guests have the option to choose any of the available toppings for their pizza.
Enjoy this NY-style pizza slice and pair it up with a cold beer. Fat Sully’s has several beer options to choose from. It is the perfect combination for a gathering with friends or works colleagues.
Gluten-free pies are also available. You only need to ask and they will serve you with gluten-free garden toppings or protein toppings.
Top Review:“Their pizza Never disappoints!!! Great big 26″ thin crust NY style pie with high quality toppings, my fav topping combo is mushrooms and pepperoni or pepperoni and fresh basil! Fast and friendly service. Pizza heats up great for leftovers next day too!” – Nida H.
Top Review:“Their food is good…like really good. Their Detroit-style pizzas are fantastic. I’m going to go ahead and say it…some of the best I’ve had in Denver! And I love that they are always changing up flavor combos for their pizzas of the month. I generally go for that because it’s just so dang good, but we recently tried the regular hand-tossed and it was bomb as well!! I’ve also in the past tried their salads (don’t judge to balance out the beers haha) also bomb! And tacos…pretty much everything is good.” – Christina S.
Top Review:“I was so excited to find an authentic Chicago Tavern Style pizza place in Denver! The pizza was amazing (love the cracker-thin crust) and Old Fashioned were perfect. Our server Kelly was the best! She was so sweet, and attentive and we had a great time chatting with her! – Zoe F.
Top Review:“Wonderful pizza joint! So fun and has a 70s theme. The pizzas are huge! And delicious! Not super greasy. The breadsticks are literally baked bread. I like that cause the bread isn’t buttery or greasy. This is my new favorite pizza place for sure!” – John R.
Top Review:“Went for brunch and was absolutely delighted. The breakfast pizza is magic, with a layer of eggs topped with sausage and breakfast potatoes, really the best of breakfast and pizza combination I’ve ever had. Sad that I wasn’t there for dinner because I could have eaten pizza all day.” – Mark J.
Top Review:“Are you lover of a crunchy crust ? If yes, then you must get blue pan. Their Detroit style pizza is butter, crunchy deliciousness. There hasn’t be a style I’ve run into that I didn’t love. I like that they have vegan and DF options. Although if you’re comparing their non-DF options I like those more 😉 Brooklyn bridge is a wonderful classic. It they have a seasonal option – don’t pass it up!” – Athena W.
White Pie is inspired by the pizza parlors in New Haven, Connecticut. Thus, all their pizza are New Haven-style cuts that are asymmetrical. It has an uneven surface with a crispy crust and charred edges.
Top Review:“Baking up delicious New Haven-style pizzas at around 900 degrees is White Pie in Uptown. These oval-shaped pizzas come with plenty of burnination, just the right amount of chewy, and flavors that will make you wanna slap yo’ best friend’s behind. When you go to White Pie, get the White Pie. It’s one of the best white pizzas I’ve ever had, and I honestly think it could be one of the best pizza recipes in all of the Denver Metro area. Its garlicky flavor, mixed with egg, and just the right amount of cheese and shrooms are truly like manna that fell a few minutes off Colfax.” – Dave C.
If you are looking for a hang-out place that serves good pizza and lives music, head over to Black Shirt Brewing Co.
Located in the heart of the RiNo Art District, this pizza restaurant aims to provide an experience that achieves a harmonic balance between music, crave-worthy pizza, a creative craft beer, and an exceptional guest experience.
Black Shirt Brewing Co has over 20 toppings for custom-made pies. They also have a few specialty alternatives to choose from.
Featured in “Crafting a Nation,” this pizzeria not only provides mouthwatering pizza but showcases the local and national craft beer scene.
Top Review:“In contention for the best pizza in Denver. It starts with an excellent crust that has perfect little blistered bits, an appropriately acidic and sweet tomato sauce, and a deliciously salty and appropriately greasy cheese blend. The adios aloha was a fantastic mix of thin, crispy Pepperoni, pineapple, jalapeno, and gooey cream cheese pockets. It’s a great combo, made better by the fact that all the toppings are very high quality. Service was also prompt and friendly.” – Caleb M.
Angelo’s Taverna is another neighborhood favorite. Not only is the restaurant known as an oyster bar, but they also focus on other dishes such as seafood, pasta, and pizza.
Their homemade pizza uses original dough and red sauce recipes.
An interesting fact about Angelo’s Taverna is that their specialty pizza titles are influenced by The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
They have Californication, which features peppers, broccoli, olives, mushrooms, tomatoes, artichokes, and red sauce. They also have Under the Bridge, which features shaved ribeye, onions, peppers, shredded provolone and mozzarella, and red sauce.
Top Review: “Perfection in a slice of pizza. Everything we ate here was delicious and showed attention to detail. I love when you go to a restaurant and know you are in the hands of people that respect the craft of making food. For pizza, we got three – the special of the day (sausage and squash), the Diavolo, and the standard. Two slices of the Sicilian with pepperoni also showed up at our table. The crust is phenomenal and unlike most pizza dough you will find. The standard had a fantastic tomato sauce, cheese, and basil and was the one I focused my efforts on. Dunked in a bit of their dill ranch and this was a seriously good pizza.” – Heather T.
Top Review: “The slices here are super delicious! They even had a big Mac slice which was wild. I’d be happy to order it again but I’m too keen to try other kinds of slices that they offer. They also offer pasta and subs along with multiple other dishes but for a place called Slice Works why would I try anything but pizza?” – Andrew J.
The Slice Works is located at 700 E Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80203.
Elise Wiggins, an award-winning Denver chef, welcomes you to Cattivella. It is a wood-fired Italian restaurant that brings you decades of restaurant experience.
This Southern-born chef ferments her pizza dough for 48 hours before baking it in the wood-burning oven. The result of such a process maintains the traditional Italian pizzeria, befitting her training in Naples.
Cooking traditional pizza exemplified the flavors and toppings. Because it is a popular hang-out place for pizza lovers, they have a total of 200 seats available.
Twenty-six seats surround the chef’s counter so guests can enjoy looking at how the pizza is cooked. Seventy-four additional seats are in the interior part of the restaurant, while 100 seats are on a wrap-around patio that provides stunning views of the mountain.
Top Review:“Without hesitation, I would share the glories of this unforgettable restaurant. Elise Wiggins is by far one of the most talented chefs ever. The thought, care, and love that go into each dish are beautiful. Sitting at the chef’s counter a few feet from the pass is where you can see all the magic happen. Her staff is well-orchestrated delivering flawless execution.” – Bradley B.