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Whatever your pizza predisposition—thin crust, deep dish, brick oven or wood fired; Chicago, New York, or California—you’re going to find the perfect pie in Northeast Ohio, just in time for National Pizza Month in October. Here are a few we tried, but you might want to peruse our ever-expanding list of pies. Be sure to tell us your favorites, too.

Citizen Pie

“Pizza for the people” is made with ingredients fit for a king. Their mushroom pie reaches new heights with a creamy porcini duxelles, chunky portobellos, red onion, bacon, truffle oil, and a delicious deluge of melted brie. CitizenPie.com

Edison’s Pizza Kitchen

Edison’s large pepperoni pizza averages 110 pepperoni slices. Newbies might raise an eyebrow over the honey, but one dip explains it all. EdisonsPizzaKitchen.webs.com


The Margherita delivers a Neapolitan-style pie with fresh, chunky tomatoes and a blanket of basil. Marottas.com

Brimfield Bread Oven

These guys know their way around a brick oven. Go for the roasted veggie with fresh mozzarella medallions or be sure to ask about the pizza specials, often topped with local, seasonal produce. BrimfieldBreadOven.com

Danny Boy’s

Three American classics come together in the Downtown Mac –N-Cheese pie, which is then topped with a sprinkling of kettle chips. DannyBoysPizza.com

Cameo Pizza

Skip the theme park pizza and make a point of trying a Cameo Special while in Sandusky. It’s loaded with all the basics: mushrooms, onions, peppers, pepperoni and sausage. CameoPizza.com

Athens Pizza

Get your Greek food fix without having to decide between saying “GYRO” or “yee-ro.” Order an Athenian with gyro meat, tomatoes, a garlic butter sauce and a side of cool, creamy tzatziki. AthensPizzeria.net


The wood-fired Rustica combines juicy artichoke hearts, kalamata olives and red onion. Salty, savory and satisfying. BigaPizzeria.net