If you’re looking for a delicious and affordable way to satisfy your hunger, you can’t go wrong with a pizza slice. Whether you prefer thin crust or deep dish, cheese or pepperoni, there’s a place in Park Slope. Today, I’ll share ten places you can get some great pizza in Park Slope.
315 5th Ave
Emmy’s menu is a pizza lover’s dream come true. They’ve got all the classics, from the beloved Margherita to some very fiery Pepperoni, if you need the heat. Feeling adventurous? They’ve got creative veggie options that are delicious and Instagram-worthy.
If you’re in the mood for something besides pizza (although who could blame you if you’re not?), Emmy’s has your back. Salads, sandwiches, pasta – they’ve got it all. And don’t even get me started on the desserts. We’ll be here all day!
237 5th Ave
Denominazione di Origine Protetta is where pizza dreams come true. Thin, crispy crust? Check. Mouthwatering toppings? Double-check. And all made with the freshest, organic ingredients that’ll just wow your taste buds!
The atmosphere? Rustic and charming. The staff? As friendly and attentive as your favorite Italian auntie. And the service? Fast and efficient, because who can wait when pizza perfection is calling?
284 5th Ave
Fancy something a tad different? Two Boots will make you eat those words in the most delicious way possible. Ever had a pizza with andouille sausage, crawfish, and jalapeños? Yeah, these guys are as Cajun as they come. If you’re feeling extra creative, you can even craft your own pizza topping combo. My personal favorite combo is a cheese pizza on their signature cornmeal crust with Italian sausage, jalapeño pesto and red onions. I promise you, these all DO go together!
261 5th Ave
This isn’t your usual pizzeria; they’ve been dishing out mouthwatering pizza and pasta delights for over four glorious decades. They’ve perfected that cozy, home-away-from-home vibe.
La Villa has a menu packed with specialty pies – from timeless classics like Margherita and Pepperoni to bold adventures like Chicken Parmigiana and Buffalo Chicken. Oh, and don’t fret if you’re gluten-free or living the vegan life. You aren’t left out of the menu 😉 So feel free to come here and chow down!
72 5th Ave
The menu at Pizza Secret keeps it simple, letting you become the pizza architect. You’re free to choose a pizza size, select your crust thickness, get saucy with options like tomato, pesto, or white sauce, and then make your cheese decision. But the toppings are where the fun is at. With over 30 options to choose from, including classics like pepperoni and sausage, to less conventional delights like sun-dried tomatoes and jalapeños, you’re in control. You can even double down on cheese or sauce for a little extra indulgence. It’s your call, and that’s the fun of it!
450 Dean St
History and flavor in one place, that’s Patsy’s for you! They’ve had nearly a century to perfect their pizza game, and boy, have they succeeded.
This local chain has been a favorite for a long time for good reason. Take one of their classics, the Margherita. The crust is both crispy and feather-light; the cheese is gooey and fresh; and the sauce is tangy and fragrant. If you go for a slice of pepperoni, the slices will deliver a delightful kick of spiciness and crunch. And their famous white pizza… you have to try it yourself!
59 5th Ave
Let’s dive straight into the star of the show: their signature artichoke pizza. This isn’t your usual artichoke pizza with a few token hearts scattered on top. That would be too easy. THIS is a bona fide masterpiece – a creamy, dreamy, cheesy concoction that might intoxicate if you inhale it too quickly. It’s rich, it’s satisfying, and it’s absolutely delicious.
Now, for those who aren’t artichoke fans, don’t skip just yet. Try their crab pizza or vodka pizza (which is even better than it sounds). Classic lovers, they’ve got you covered with Sicilian and Margherita slices. And the best part is how colossal they are! Share with a friend or save some for a late-night snack. It’s your pizza party, after all.
469 5th Ave
These fine folks have been around since 1975, and it’s easy to see why when you try a slice. If it’s the classics you’re after, you’re at a perfect destination. Feeling like an adventure? They’ve got loaded supreme pies and specialty delights like the chicken parm or the fiery buffalo chicken.
140 7th Ave
At Da Nonna Rosa, tradition reigns supreme. Whether you demand a hearty Chicken Pomodoro or the classic simplicity of a Margherita pizza, this place supplies. You can dive into a sea of flavors with their Grilled Octopus and Calamari or embark on a pizza pilgrimage with options like the Marinara and the timeless Margherita. And let’s not forget the appetizers – Nonna Rosa’s Meatballs and Baked Clams are delicious!
669 Union St
This is a place where you can come to cheat on your diet without judgment. Whether you fancy a Spicy Meatball Pizza that packs a flavorful punch, a PDA Salad to keep things fresh, or the classic Pepperoni Pizza that’s a delight, they can deliver. And if you’re a pizza purist, they do magic with Cheese and White Pizza too.