Who doesn’t love pizza? After taking a trip to Italy, I wanted to see how our local San Antonio pizzerias compared as I am all about supporting our local small business owners. Honestly I was pleasantly surprised. San Antonio doesn’t offer one signature style of pizza. You can find a wide variety of New York, Chicago, and even Sicilian style throughout the city. Check out our list of the Best Pizza in San Antonio. You’ll be dying to try them all.
You can also check out all of our other guides to San Antonio here.
Best Local Pizza in San Antonio
A San Antonio institution since 1980, this family-owned pizzeria is known for its New York-style pies. If you’re not looking for something by the slice, you may want to try the Sicilian pie that is usually a bit thicker. This pizzeria is at the top of our list. Be sure to ask about the cake special!
11851 Bandera Rd, Helotes, TX 78023, (210) 362-1965, facebook.com
Stella Public House
Featuring artisanal wood-fired Napoletana style pizza made with locally-sourced ingredients and the finest selection of craft beers on tap. Stella’s is a farm to table pizza concept that is centered on farm to table food practices and the development of strong partnerships with local growers, ranchers and purveyors. You will love anything on their menu.
1414 S. Alamo, (210) 277-7047, http://stellapublichouse.com/
Fralo’s has a lot to offer. Families who dine there relax in our casual picnic setting under live oaks, sharing pizza, good company and a great bottle of wine. Fantastic live music rounds out the Hill Country ambiance. Offering both classic and unique flavors as well as alternate crusts if you really want to customize your meal. There’s also a take-and-bake option for those who want to enjoy their pie fresh and at home.
23651 W Interstate 10 Frontage Road, (210) 698-6616, fralos.com
If you’re more of a Chicago-style type of guy/gal, you’ll be smart to try Chicago’s Pizza sometime for a delicious piece of pie you won’t forget. Chicago’s Pizza is a friendly family owned pizzeria. Here you’ll find classic deep-dish pizza and other Italian dishes. Choose from cheese, seafood or veggie, or create your own four-topping pie.
5525 Blanco Road, (210) 349-8005, orderchicagospizzamenu.com
The trilogy refers to the three types of pizzas from which customers can choose: thin New York–style, deep dish Chicago–style or a thin, wheat California crust. All pizzas are available in any style, so no matter your preference, we have you covered. They also offer fresh salads, fantastic appetizers, savory pastas, and tantalizing desserts.
19141 Stone Oak Pkwy., Ste. 113, 210-404-1818, trilogypizza.com
Big Lou’s Pizza
Big Lou’s is known for its oversized, 42-inch pizza that can feed a crowd all by itself. Because of this, Big Lous has also become so popular that we were recently featured on The Travel Channel’s Man vs Food. However what’s really notable here is that these pizzas also taste great no matter what size you order. Arrive early to beat the lines.
2048 S. W.W. White Road, 210-337-0707, biglouspizza-satx.com
Named one of the best pizzerias in San Antonio 2017, Capos won’t disappoint. They are a family-owned spot that you’ll score New York-style pizza, made fresh. Order a slice or get a whole pie, just know that it’ll be delicious. For an extra treat, try Nonna’s Tomato Pie, a giant Sicilian pan pizza.
8522 Broadway St #105, (210) 362-1901, capospizzasa.com
Braza Brava Pizzeria Napoletana
This family-owned Italian joint keeps it authentic with their wood-fire oven built in Italy by Stefan Ferrara and is all about dynamic flavors. All imported ingredients, and everything is house made from scratch. Their food is simple, clean, Italian food that you will love. Plus, there is wine and beer as well as live music just waiting to be enjoyed here.
7959 Broadway St #300, (210) 320-2100, brazabravapizzeria.com
Ray’s Pizzeria N.Y. Style
This local family owned and operated business specializes in New York-style pies, meaning you will be eating good here. They use the freshest ingredients and all of our products are homemade. There’s also a selection of pizzas made with white sauce as well as stromboli and calzones.
7214 Blanco Rd, (210) 348-9090, rayspizzaria.com
Mario’s Of NYC
“You have tried all the rest … Now try the BEST !!” Mario’s of NYC has authentic dough shipped in from NYC . Homemade Pasta dishes, salads , desserts like gelato and cannoli. You can get the taste of the NYC finest pizza at this local pizzeria. From classic flavors like meat lovers to less-attempted pies, like Greek Goddess, this menu is a fun one to explore. They even have gelato and cannoli!
26610 US-281 #8, (830) 438-1202, mariosofnyc.com
Southtown Italian Cuisine & Pizzaría way more than just pizza! This rustic-chic spot serves up all sorts of classic Italian fare, of course including a selection of pizzas. You’ll love the charming interior and outdoor patio w/ truly lovely staff who remember you and your “usual”.
728 S Presa St, (210) 251-4606, facebook.com/southtownpizzeria
Okay, this one isn’t exactly in San Antonio, BUT this the first pizzeria we tasted that took us back to that Sicilian pizzeria we have in Palermo. From the minute you step into one of our restaurants and see the grand wood burning ovens you realize this is more than just another pizza joint – it’s a culinary event.
At DeSano Pizzeria, we follow the STRICT GUIDELINES of the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana (VPN), preserving the centuries old CRAFT of making AUTHENTIC Neapolitan pizza.
It is worth the drive to Austin. They have a couple locations to choose from. Enjoy a pizza from Italy without leaving the country.
8000 Burnet Rd Austin, (512) 323-2426 http://www.desanopizza.com/locations/
Enjoy Pinterest? Use this pin and share the love.