Where to Find The Best Pizza in Delaware

Where to Find The Best Pizza in Delaware

Where to Find The Best Pizza in Delaware

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Top 5 Best Pizza in DelawarePhiladelphia, PA - Whether you are a Delaware resident or just passing through, there are plenty of great places to get pizza in Delaware. There are a few locations to choose from, including Newark, Rehoboth Beach, and Millsboro. You can find pizza at Crust & Craft, Grotto, Vinny's Pizza in Rehoboth Beach, and Wood-Fired Pizza in Newark. See... Our Staff Picks for "The Best Pizza in Delaware"

Grotto Pizza in Rehoboth Beach

Located on Rehoboth Avenue in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Grotto Pizza opened its first restaurant 60 years ago.  Since then, the restaurant has expanded to 20 locations across Delaware and Pennsylvania and plans to relocate to a new area across the street from its current location.

The new restaurant plans to have a 17-seat bar and a dining room with a patio. However, it will not have live entertainment or stand-up alcohol consumption areas. It also will have a wheelchair-accessible ramp. The new restaurant is expected to open in the summer of 2023. It is unclear whether the new location will have a take-out window. However, the windows will roll back to give the restaurant an open-air look. The restaurant will also have exterior cleaning each morning.

Vinny’s Pizza in Millsboro

Whether you're in the market for a splurge-worthy meal or looking for a splurge-worthy budget-friendly affair, Vinny's Pizza & Restaurant has covered you. Their signature cheesy goodness is sure to make your taste buds swoon. They also have an extensive menu that is sure to satisfy every whim. Whether you're looking for something savory to share with the family or a night out with the gals, you're sure to have a stellar time at this local hot spot. A recent TripAdvisor review suggests that the aforementioned number of diners rated the restaurant as "excellent." And what's a splurge-worthy meal without a hefty price tag? You'll find that Vinny's is the perfect destination for a special night out on the town or a night out in the sun.

Wood Fired Pizza Shop in Newark

Wood Fired Pizza was open last Thursday despite the snow and frigid temperatures.  The concept is simple: pizza on the go. The original location was a converted red Ford F250. It served as a traveling pizza oven, but now it has a permanent home. In addition to pizza, the restaurant offers craft beer, craft cocktails, salads, and vegan pasta.

Wood Fired Pizza started as a traveling pizza oven, but now it has a permanent home on Cleveland Avenue in Newark. It serves nearby neighborhoods, such as Christiana Executive Campus and the Christiana Farms Townhouses. The restaurant also offers catering and caterers. The menu includes house-made toppings, artisan pizza, and inventive combinations. The Industrial dining room features specialty wood-fired pies, cocktails, and craft beers. There are also some tables for sharing.

Crust & Craft in Rehoboth Beach

Whether you're in the mood for a pizza, pasta, or seafood, you'll be happy you stopped by Crust & Craft.  Located on Coastal Highway, this wood-fired pizza restaurant is worth a visit for its great food and drinks.

The restaurant offers a hefty pizza, pasta, and seafood menu. Crust & Craft's signature pizza is a nod to the classic Neapolitan style of pizza with a little bit of a twist. It's baked in an imported wood-burning brick oven that reaches temperatures of 900 deg F. In addition to pizza, the restaurant also has a wine list and a craft beer list. The restaurant is a year-round fixture, and it also offers free wi-fi. The restaurant also has a no-parking rule around the restaurant, which is handy for parents with small children. The best part is you can self-pick up your food.

Nicola Pizza in Rehoboth Beach

Nicola Pizza in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, has served the beach community for over four decades. The family-owned business has two locations in Rehoboth Beach. The first location was opened in 1971 by Nick and Joan Caggiano.

After Caggiano's daughter was born with spina bifida, Nick and Joan decided to leave their careers as teachers and open a pizzeria. The original Nicola's location was on North First Street and was a popular restaurant. They later expanded to Rehoboth Avenue. In the summer, Nicola Pizza hires up to 90 staff members and will maintain 35 full-time staff in the winter. The restaurant's menu includes 24-slice pizzas, pasta, and sandwiches. It also sells Mama Nicola's Homemade Sugo, made with high-quality ingredients.

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