Best Pizza In St. Louis

January 25, 2011 11:49 AM

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Sure — pizza is simple in its basic form; pizza dough, tomato sauce and cheese comprise most pies out there. However, with a little finesse and a lot of creativity, this simple dish can be transformed into an extravagant array of flavors. When you’re looking for a pizza in St. Louis that will knock your socks off, give these places a try. – Stephanie Shepard 


6144 Delmar Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63122
(314) 727-6633 (for Delmar location only)

This home of Chicago-style pizza is turning heads left and right; President Obama even declared it his favorite pizza. But don’t take his word for it — try it out for yourself. With four locations in St. Louis, Pi is quickly expanding in the local area; however, its original location on the Delmar Loop is our favorite. Try the Lincoln Park thin crust pizza; this pie is named after a Chicago suburb and contains mozzarella, garlic olive oil, zucchini, fresh tomatoes, feta and basil.

Pointer’s Pizza

1023 South Big Bend Boulevard
Saint Louis, Mo. 63117
(314) 644-2000

Pointer’s Pizza, located in central St. Louis, is a welcome respite from the typical chain pizzerias. This late-night pizza parlor offers its fresh, housemade fare at a reasonable price and is sure to please any pizza fanatic. With creative toppings like pineapple, anchovies and even crabmeat, one can create the pizza of their dreams at Pointer’s Pizza. For a fun food activity, try tacking the Pointersaurus Challenge. Two people are allotted one hour to consume a 28-inch, 10-pound pizza with two meat toppings or four vegetable toppings. Completing the challenge successfully nets the winners $500.

Hours: Monday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Katie’s Pizzeria Café

6611 Clayton Road
Saint Louis, Mo. 63117
(314) 727-8585

Katie’s Pizzeria Café offers arguably some of the most creative pizza in St. Louis. This small restaurant in St. Louis offers loads of character, with great pizza to match. With fresh ingredients like pine nuts, fontina and even prosciutto, it’s easy to see why Katie’s Pizzeria Café has garnered so much local attention. Try one of Katie’s signature pizzas: With fingerling potatoes, parsnips, pancetta, parmaggiano, onion and rosemary, it is a treat for all the senses.

Hours: Monday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to midnight.

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