Best Places to Have a Pizza in Paris

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Paris is not just famous for the glamour; it has a great share of culinary spots that can fulfill your taste cravings. The city is a great place to try a few homegrown pizzas too. Below are some of the best pizza spots that you can visit on your Paris tour.

Maria Luisa

This place might be a bit crowded, but your wait will be rewarded when the pizzas meet your taste buds. It serves classic pizzas like the Diavola combined with spicy sausage. They resemble pizzas from the Naples, making it a must-visit place for anyone who enjoys pizzas. Furthermore, it is easily accessible as it is located just one block away from Canal Saint-Martin.

Da Vito

This place is equally famous for its pizzas and its cocktails. It offers some unique delights like the Lipari with mushrooms and Prince de Paris ham. To add to your delight, you can pass through the door at the end of the restaurant and find yourself inside one of the most stylish speakeasy-style bars.

La Briciola

This is a pizza joint that is equally loved by the locals as well as travelers. The several delicacies served here include pizzas topped with speck ham and arugula. This, in addition to the tomato sauce, makes for a celebration of taste in your mouths. Overall, it is a great place to have pizza in Paris.

Pink Flamingo

The Park Flamingo located in Marais and Montmartre is owned and run by a Franco-American couple. This restaurant is the frontrunner for the most creative pizza in Paris. Their special attractions include the Obama, served with ham and pineapple chutney, and the Poulidor, which comes with smoked duck breast, goat cheese, and apple, whereas the Basquiat served with Auvergne ham, gorgonzola, and dried figs is their bestseller. They pay special attention to carbon footprint and use organic flour for their crusts.

Pizza Chic

Located in Saint Germain, this pizza hotspot is a must-go for pizza lovers for the ecstasies served here. The stand out pizzas includes the Crudaiola with cherry tomatoes and fresh arugula. You also need to try the Carciofi with Parmesan cheese, artichoke cream, and arugula.

Al Taglio

This place is known for the Rome-style pizzas served here. The slices are each heavy on their own so be careful before ordering too many. The specialties include the zucchini, with dried tomatoes or gamberetti, topped with ricotta cheese and shrimp.