Feraro’s Jersey Style Pizza
1862 S 10th St
St. Louis, MO 63104
Experience New Jersey without ever leaving St. Louis at Feraro’s Jersey Style Pizza. When Jon Feraro and his mom came to St. Louis, they brought their Jersey-style pizza with them. This pizza is served amidst an atmosphere accented with Jersey-inspired flare, from the background music to the names of the pizzas. Order The Soprano pizza for $27 which is topped with pepperoni, Italian sausage, meatballs, ham and smoked bacon. Leave the meat behind and order a Garden State veggie pizza for $26 or go without the red sauce with an Old Blue Eyes for $23 which is white pizza with ricotta, garlic, mozzarella and parmesan cheese spritzed with olive oil. The pizzas are thin crust and cooked inside a brick oven to maintain a soft center you can sink your teeth into, topped with a sweet red oregano-spiced sauce. Complete your meal with one of Feraro’s salads or a side of fries.
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Twin Oak Wood Fired Fare
1201 Strassner Drive
Brentwood, MO 63144
Step into Twin Oak Wood Fired Fare and you will be greeted by twin brother chefs Curt and Casey. Get your pizza in a hurry, as it will be cooked in just three minutes inside their oven that heats up to extremely hot temperatures. Savor their gourmet pizza that is cooked in a custom-built, wood-fired oven that sears in the natural flavors of the ingredients. Choose a traditional selection like The Classic pizza complete with basil, mozzarella cheese and housemade tomato sauce for $10, or enjoy the CluQ pizza, which is wood-fired chicken, caramelized onions, cilantro and Twin Oak’s housemade BBQ sauce. Feast on The Big Easy pizza topped with Cajun shrimp, Andouille sausage, jalapeno and red bell peppers and a signature garlic sauce for $15.
A’mis Italian Restaurant
9824 Manchester Road
St. Louis, MO 63119
A’mi means “my friend,” and if you miss the friendships made back in your college days at Wash U on the corner of Skinker Boulevard, you’ll love the stained-glass window décor and some of the dining tables retained from the old Talayna’s Restaurant that now accents A’mis Italian Restaurant in Rock Hill. Choose your style with inspirations from New York, Chicago or St. Louis. A’mis Italian Restaurant fires up its pizzas in a brick oven and cooks your favorites until the cheese is melted to perfection. Meet new friends or share memories over a giant family-sized New York Manhattan Style Pizza for $16.95 before adding toppings for $2.15 each, or bite into St. Louis-style squares for $12.45 for a large pizza topped with melted mozzarella cheese.
The Good Pie
3137 Olive St
St. Louis, MO 63103
thegoodpie.comExperience artisan Pizzeria Napoletana served from the brick oven at The Good Pie. To be considered a true Neopolitan pizza, the Associazone Verace Pizza Napoletana requires that it meets strict guidelines, including specific ingredients of mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce with basil, hand-worked dough and fired in a wood-burning oven. Savor the tastes of the restaurant’s namesake The Good Pie pizza, which includes all of the requirements that allow a pizza to be called Neopolitan, for $14. Ask your server about the daily specials or try something unique by adding a fresh egg to any pizza for $2.
Lin Ferry Pizzeria
9975 Lin Ferry Drive
St. Louis, MO 63123
Bite into a slice of authentic brick-oven pizza at this family owned and operated pizzeria staffed with friendly servers. Come in to taste good pizza and leave after making new friends. Feel like you’re part of the family when you meet father and son, Rex and Jacob DeNoyer, who opened this pizzeria new to its south St. Louis home in 2011. Dine in or carry out on a nice day to enjoy your pizza at Bee Tree Park or another great St. Louis picnic spot. Choose from toppings like a variety of vegetables, sausage, anchovies, jalapeños, hamburger or shrimp.
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