Where is the Best Pizza in Albuquerque, New Mexico?
I am a fan of good food and good service. Il Vicino provides both well. Though I have enjoyed several menu items, my favorite by far is the incredible #16 (CALZONE VEGETARIANO). Even when the crust is over-cooked (burned) it is fabulous. It is as if they have found the secret to infusing flavor through burning. Always ask for the marinara sauce if they do not provide it. There is no equal. It is tangy, spicy, and full of flavor. As far as service, there is a reason the line is long. The staff obviously appreciates their customers. We eat at the Central location at least once a week (usually Thursday), and we have never had a grumpy attendant, or other kind of bad service. The price is spot on. We’d probably pay more . . . except that we really like the current price.
After careful study, I find the calzones at Giovanni’s to be the best tasting New York style calzones in the city. They don’t overdue the crust, and the cheeses are abundant and spread over the entire creation. The oil used truely gives it a New York flavor, and the portion size makes it two meals on most occasions. Just fantastic!Pros + Inexpensive, Good parking, Take phone ordersCons – , Drink prices high
Papa Murphy’s is MUCH better than any delivery in town! If you want quality, there is no better way to go! And while you have to pick it up, it takes about 5 minutes to make your pizza and since you bake it yourself, you know it’s going to be hot and fresh!! Can’t beat it!!!!Pros + Inexpensive, Fast
i grew up in albuquerque– and although i’m spoiled by now living in nyc–and the pizzas it produces–saggio’s is always the first place i head to after touching down back home. the crust is first rate! a combination between gormet-thin and chicago thick… i’ve never had pizza like this anywhere in the country! it truly is the best of both worlds. toppings are generous yet don’t get in the way of the flavours of the spicy tomato sauce.i can’t speak highly enough of this place. it’s a standard that i measure all pizzas to be.