gs pizza cbd

Gs pizza cbd

You can order takeout or delivery from G’s Pizza vast menu of Greek-inspired appetizers, pizza, pasta, salads, burgers, and wraps until midnight. Also serving a solid vegan menu until 9 p.m.

Theo’s, home of a crust that verges on cracker, has a menu that draws inspiration from a pretty wide American field, including buffalo chicken, “Mexican” flavors, hamburger, and barbecue sauce. Theo’s also wins points for compiling one the most extensive vegetarian combo menus of any pizzeria on this list, and for having grape and orange Fanta. Order online through its site for curbside pickup or delivery from any location, Tuesday through Saturday from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Classic American thin crust, traditional toppings, and beer reign at this laid-back, cozy hipster joint tucked under Banks Street’s leafy oaks. Indoor and outdoor seating. Carnivores will appreciate the five meat topping Meat Monster Pie while those looking for something bold and different might consider the barbecue and sriracha topped “Drizzle.” The original Mid City Pizza and MCP Uptown are both open; call to order for pickup or limited delivery (for an extra $2.50).

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It can be easy to forget about this petite French-inspired eatery tucked on Maple but Ciro’s offers a warm, casual intimacy that feels distinctly apart from the industrial chic spots on this list. This Riverbend favorite for French plates and pizza is open for Thursday through Monday, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. on the weekends and 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. weekdays (closed Tuesday and Wednesday). Call the restaurant to order; the owner is offering free limited delivery.

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New Orleans was not always home to a robust pizza scene, but over the years talented carb-lovers have blessed the city with independent pizza places, ranging from casual counter-service spots to upscale Italian bistros. Additionally, some local bakeries have recently picked up the skill and added pizza to their menus, with one brewery kitchen using reverse osmosis in an attempt to achieve classic New York crust.

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A little gem in the city fringe, Elementi is an homage to traditional Italian cuisine—and with an ex-Julius sous chef and an ex-Beccofino pizza chef in the kitchen, you know their pizzas are going to be winners. A real focus on simplicity and culinary traditions (no Hawaiian toppings in sight!), the pizza here brings diners back for more.

No list is complete without a mention of the dough-slinging prowess at Sugo IT. Their perfectly puffy and soft crust is due to the workmanship of their talented pizzaiolas, who’ve been slinging dough at this Bulimba spot for years. The Arrostita with slow roasted pork, caramelised onion, mozzarella, balsamic and rocket is a good time, as is the Anatra, with confit duck, mozzarella, caramelised pear, parmesan and rocket.

Look we couldn't possibly list them all, so honourable mentions must go to Salt Meats Cheese, Il Verde, Il Gancio, Popolo, Tocco Italiano, Olive & Angelo and La Stazione.

Gluten-free options: Gluten-free bases $4.90 extra

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Corbett & Claude cover both bases with their hand-stretched pizzas—the purists, who prefer a simple margherita or prosciutto and rocket topped number, and the adventurists, who like their pizzas a little untraditional, like their truffle beef pizza with creamy sauce, mozzarella, mushrooms, roast beef, caramelised onions and truffle mayo. Their signature though, is the cigar pizzas—think a pizza, but rolled and ready to eat with your hands, no mess, no fuss.

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When standard toppings just won't do, head for Little G, where a rotating menu board of specials features creative slices like othing you've ever tasted before. We're talking Wagyu cheeseburger, a Reuben number, spanakopita and spaghetti and meatballs. Yes, on a pizza. Keep an eye on their Facebook for specials, and pop in whenever one takes your fancy.

A tiny pizza spot in the ‘burbs Smokin’ Joes may be, but it has a lengthy list of regulars, all of whom are raving fans of their thin and crispy base pizzas. Family run and owned, they’re known for their all-you-can-eat pizza nights on Wednesdays ($22pp, if you’re interested), while their very untraditional pizza toppings include the likes of the Rahman, with hummus, harissa spiced lamb kofta, roasted red peppers, manchego cheese, yoghurt garlic sauce, pine nuts, lemon, parsley and mint.

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If you don’t like pizza, you’re not human. For something made of so few ingredients, you’d think it would be easy to nail, right? Bad pizza has no place in this world or in our mouths, and we’ll be damned if we waste another calorie on a sub-par crust or shoddy tom to cheese ratio.

You might know Revel Brewing Co for their beers, but this suburban brewery also does a mean wood-fired pizza. Pair your ice cold ale with a cheesy feast like their truffle pizza, with fior di latte, mushroom, truffle paste, pancetta and Italian pork sausage, or just snack on a garlic focaccia.