Edmonton's Best Pizza for Take-Out & Delivery
Ordering in pizza, it's a Friday night tradition as old as time itself (or at least pretty old). Though Edmonton's best pizzerias may not be offering dine-in experiences at the moment, their kitchens are still hard at work providing take-out and delivery for whatever day of the week it may be.
Already a pick-up and delivery only pizza shop, Sepp's is ready to supply your at-home pizza feast. They serve up big, gorgeous New York-style pizza pies that taste just as good reheated the next day, so go ahead and order that second pizza you want.
Pink Gorilla might be one of the newer pizza shops in town, but that doesn't mean they weren't prepared for the influx of take-out orders. Check out their menu of traditional crusts and inventive toppings like spicy gingered beef, octopus and curried chickpeas (with cashew cheese for a vegan option).
Tony's Pizza Palace
The oldest pizza joint on this list, Tony's Pizza Palace originally opened in Edmonton in 1974. Try a slice of their pizza and you'll understand why they've lasted. With Tony Sr's pizza-making knowledge coming to Edmonton from Italy via New York, there is some serious pizza pedigree here.
The crew at Three Boars knew their usual dine-in experience of small plates, cold pints and craft cocktails wasn't going to work in times like these, so what was the solution? Pizza. Pizza is nearly always the solution. They've launched High Dough, slinging deep-dish Detroit-style pizza. Yep, pizza is definitely the answer this time folks.
This is the place for all the vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free pizza lovers: Die Pie makes a tasty array of 100% plant-based pizza pies. These vegan pizzas are so good that even your meat-loving friends will be putting in an order for pickup.
Campio Brewing Co.
Frequently voted the best slice in Edmonton, Ragazzi serves hand-tossed, thin-crust "pizza volare." They mix old-school Italian tradition with some modern twists. If you're a fan of a little spice, try the Davide's Inferno!