Written by Abstract Samm

Are you out in Savannah and craving some pizza? If so, you’ve found your way to the right place! Here at The Savannah Insider, we are known for compiling lists of all the best options for any food, drink or entertainment in our favorite historic city. Step away from the major chains that you’ll find in any city and get to know our area a little deeper with anything off the upcoming selection. No matter what choice you make, Savannah Sip N’ Cycle and the folks at CycleSavannah.com want to be sure that you have the time of your life while visiting with us. Keep reading until the end of this article to find out how to make the best of your vacation spent here and for now, have fun picking through our pizza places list. Warning: Do not read this post while hungry unless you are already in the city, there’s no reason to set yourself up for disappointment.

Vinnie Van Go Go’s Logo Savannah

Vinnie Van Go Go’s

4.5 ★
Local’s know and love Vinnie Van Go Go’s in City Market with a passion, and with good reason. At Vinnie’s you’re able to grab a slice that’s larger than your head with fresh ingredients they don’t skimp on. Order a pie from your downtown spot and they will deliver it to you on a bicycle, Savannah is one of those cities that’s easier to cycle in for a lot of people. Fresh grated parmesan and mozzarella cheese just ties the pizza together. From 4 – 10 pm during the week and noon – 11 pm on the weekends, you can find out why everyone who lives in Savannah’s Historic District already knows exactly which toppings they adore on their massive Vinnie’s slice. Extra cool points to anyone who can manage to eat more than one piece at a time.

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Screamin Mimi’s Logo Savannah

Screamin Mimi’s

4.5 ★
East Oglethorpe Ave has been home to the family owned Screamin Mimi’s since their opening in 2007. Come in during any day of week from 11 am – 10 pm (11 pm on the weekends) and sit down inside or out in the courtyard to a slice prepared with hand tossed dough and served with a smile. Pasta, salads, and hoagies are all prepared in house and waiting for you to make Screamin Mimi’s your next stop in between bar hopping or sight seeing in the Historic District. Free parking only sweetens the deal so hurry up and gather your party, you’ll want to arrive early as this location is one popular stop.

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Graffito Pizza Logo Savannah

Graffito Pizza

4.5 ★
River Street has been one of Savannah’s prime restaurant locations for many years. From the historic buildings to the unmatched view of the Savannah River, everyone knows that an afternoon or evening spent dining on the river is the way to go while you’re in the area. Graffito Pizza is more of a recent addition to the west end of River Street, brought on with Plant Riverside’s upgrade to that area. Take a break from your shopping trip and there’s nothing better than enjoying some authentic, neapolitan style pies from 11 am – 10 pm (11 pm on Friday and Saturday) on any day of the week. State of the art ovens cook each pizza to the perfect temp and the aesthetic of this restaurant alone will have you feeling cozy from the moment you walk inside.

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Pizzeria Vittoria Napoletana

4.5 ★
Starland Yard is one of Savannah’s up and coming neighborhoods, full of culture, artistic charm and restaurants like Pizzeria Vittoria Napoletana on De Soto Ave. Attention to every single tiny detail paired with locally sourced ingredients and an upscale vibe all around make this restaurant feel like an experience more than only a meal. Pizzeria Vittoria Napoletana has grown to become a staple portion of Starland Yard that is tasty and unforgettable. From 5 – 10 pm through the week and 12 – 9 pm on the weekends, plan to sit down and find out what being in awe of pizza feels like at Pizzeria Vittoria Napoletana in one of Savannah’s favorite neighborhoods.

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Riverboat Pizza Company Logo Savannah

Riverboat Pizza Company

4.5 ★
Patio seating is just the start of Riverboat Pizza Company’s allure. Nothing beats outdoor seating on a nice day or night out in Savannah, except maybe the outstanding food selection that this menu has to offer. Stand out names like the Riverboat Captain, Master Splinter, and Pesto Manifesto will make you wish there were more meals in the day just to try them all out without filling up. Throughout the entire menu, you’ll find unique combinations that can keep you returning for weeks without ever eating the same meal twice. Make your way to Ogeechee Rd from Wednesday through Sunday and be sure to check out their hours on Google before you get on the road. Riverboat Pizza Company is worth a trip or two or six.

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Bella’s Italian Cafe Logo Savannah

Bella’s Italian Cafe

4.5 ★
Located in Midtown’s Habersham Village not even 10 minutes from the historic district, Bella’s Italian Cafe isn’t so encumbered by downtown’s parking and large crowds. Featuring more than pizza, Bella’s menu is extensive and holds space for everything from shrimp scampi to lasagna and everything in between for Italian cuisine. Open every day of the week, you can trek down Habersham St and plan your meal between 5 – 9 pm (8 pm close on Sundays) and try out recipes that actually did originate from somebody’s grandma. Bella was oldschool and believed in creating everything from scratch and with the utmost of care, making sure to fill up any and everybody who happened to sit down at her table. The tradition has clearly kept carrying on with the folks at Bella’s Italian Cafe.

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Corleone’s Logo Savannah

Corleone’s

4.2 ★
Casual Italian dining can be found at Corleone’s on Broughton St in Savannah’s Historic District. Vintage meets modern in what feels like an upscale restaurant where you can order pasta, lasagna and meatballs along with plenty of flatbread pizza selections. Even the sides like spanakopita or potatoes au gratin are enough to make you want to come see what Corleone’s has to offer up. From 11 am – 10 pm every day (except Sunday when they open at 4 pm) you can’t go wrong with the authentic Italian dishes for lunch or dinner. Fitting right in with Savannah’s classic and historic aesthetic, you will have a hard time missing the gorgeous red doors and outer walls.

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Squirrels Pizza Logo Savannah

Squirrels Pizza

4.2 ★
As we’ve mentioned more than plenty of times before, Savannah;s Starland District seems to have a little bit of everything that you need while you’re in the area. There’s a good chance that you would be able to plan an entire vacation around that neighborhood alone and now that you know of two pizza places in the area, what more do you even need? Squirrels pizza is a solid addition to the already flourishing food selection around Bull St and the Starland location with a unique take on cooking style for their pies. Somewhere crossed between Neapolitan and Roman Pizza Tonda lies the interesting placement of toppings and lower cooking temperatures are just two variables to consider with their process. Step out to Squirrels one of these nights and find out why this restaurant is going to be your new favorite lounge spot and pizza eatery. Hours vary throughout the week so don’t be shy about checking the website for those.

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Allyanna’s Olde Style Pizzeria

4.0 ★
Easygoing and straight to the point, Allyanna’s Olde Style Pizzeria on Montgomery Cross Rd has exactly what you’d expect out of an old fashioned pizza place. Breadsticks, stromboli, salads and subs are only the tip of what is a massive menu stocked with everyone’s favorites. With plenty to choose from, everyone in your group will have an easy time at Allyanna’s. From the vegetarian friendly Spinach Mushroom Tortellini to the lasagna, even if you aren’t in a pizza sort of mindset you will leave this place with no hunger left. Any day other than Sunday, you can stop by from 11 am – 9:30 pm and prepare to leave with tight pants, these servings are affordable but massive!

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Donatos Pizza Logo Savannah

Donatos Pizza

4.3 ★
Personal favorite to our vegetarian article writer, Donatos Pizza is the place where you have the best plant based sausage option for your pie. Savannah is already a pretty Vegan friendly city but there’s always those little menu options at the most random of places and alongside all the regular toppings you’re used to, Donatos Pizza is where you don’t have to miss the meat when you see everyone else chowing down on pepperoni. Ask about their latest menu choice, honey hot wings or pick up a stuffed jalapeno to go with that big pizza. Even their dessert menu is pretty special, ordering snickerdoodles will directly benefit Habitat for Humanity. Savannah is the type of city where people want to help each other and every little bit does count so hurry up and add that extra cookie to your order while you’re at it.

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Kay’s Pizza Logo Savannah

Kay’s Pizza

4.3 ★
Open until 3 am from Thursday-Saturday and closing at midnight every other day, Kay’s Pizza on Congress is there for you late at night when the other pizza places are shut down for the evening. Whether you need to feed a bunch of folks with the 18 inch pie or want to snack on some smaller desserts. Heck, for the truly starved group of party people, there’s even a 28 inch pizza that comes packed with toppings. Ask about the gluten free crust for the stomach sensitive ones in your party and know that Kay’s Pizza always has your back, until midnight at least.

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Conclusion

So that’s that! You have made your way through the entire article (or skipped to the end) and now know that your pizza cravings while in Savannah will be satisfied down to the very last topping. Since you made it this far, you win the prize of getting to make the best out of your vacation while here with us. Spoiler alert, we can’t resist a bit of self promotion at any time and taking a tour with us on the #PartyBike is actually the best way you can enjoy yourself in Savannah. Any time of the year, our Sip N’ Cycle is the prime time experience that will help you get to know Savannah while having the time of your life. Self propelled so it’s eco-friendly, topped with a host that knows all the best secrets to the city and equipped with Savannah’s only mobile dance floor, our tours are top notch and unbeatable by comparison to any other activities. Click around the site and find out all you needed to know about riding with us in the FAQ tab and be sure to read back through our past articles. Topics covered include Tattoo Shops, Vegan Food, Music Venues, and much more. There’s always something to talk about in regards to Savannah and here at The Savannah Insider, we are always talking about it. Until next time, we can’t wait to see you on the party bike!