For pizza lovers, it’s hard to name something better than finding a signature delivery spot.
If you are in the market for a go-to and still searching for your own here in the Valley, you’re in luck.
Food Network named the “50 Top Delivery Pizzas from Coast to Coast” and there are three in Arizona.
The first and most prominent name on the list is Lou Malnati’s classic Chicago-style pizza. Phoenix was the lucky city to receive the first location outside of their default Chicago-based restaurants in May after almost a year of eager Phoenix residents waiting for their chance to try the infamous pies.
Another Chicago spot made the list in Phoenix. The roasted fennel and Italian sausage pizza from Spinato’s was highlighted.
A little taste of Chicago in Phoenix, this local favorite is the result of the Spinato family’s move from the Windy City to the Valley of the Sun. Over 40 years later, the family-run business is five locations strong, serving up classics like a pie-topped with roasted fennel, fontina, Asiago, Italian sausage and balsamic glaze.
If you are in Tucson, Serial Grillers’ Bone Collector pizza is a prized commodity for chicken wing lovers.
From successful food truck to brick-and-mortar hot spot, Serial Grillers is the vision of two brothers with an offbeat sense of humor. Each pizza on their menu is named after an iconic horror movie, like Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Copycat. But there’s no need to run from the top-selling Bone Collector, a tempting spiral of boneless chicken wings splattered with three cheeses, Buffalo sauce, and ranch dressing.
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