Always hungry in Philadelphia?
You’ve come to the right place. Here are just some of the hard-working pizzerias offering delivery and contact-free delivery in Philly:
Can’t decide between a Philly-style hoagie and a pizza? You can stop the deliberation now, thanks to the adorably named Hoagie Jawn pie. With mozzarella, spicy capicola, sopressata, roasted red peppers, banana peppers, long hot aioli, aged provolone, and arugula, this is one of the most inventive and delicious pizzas you’ll find anywhere.
The ultra-hot oven at Philadelphia’s Evo Brick Oven Pizza churns out fantastic golden brown pies. The meat lover’s pizza with pepperoni, sausage, and ground beef is our personal fave, but it’s hard to go wrong here.
Thin & Crispy stays true to its name with its standard round and square pies, though you can also get a quality Sicilian pizza at this fast-rising Philly pizzeria. Don’t sleep on the calzones or strombolis either. The Italian stromboli, in particular, is a must-order.
At Santucci’s, the sauce goes over the cheese and the squares disappear quickly.
Since 1997, GianFranco has served the heart of Old City with unique pies, strombolis, paninis, and more. Chicken + Ranch is among the more popular orders here, but there are plenty of pizzas worth your hard-earned dollars on the menu.
The Maple Shade outpost of Tacconelli’s is just a (Dr. J-sized) jump from Philly, ready to deliver with its trademark tomato pie. It’s a summertime classic, but also a great call for any time of year.
Is a Sicilian pie without sauce basically just a focaccia? You can ponder that while you dig into Randazzo’s “white with garlic,” or get it with the standard tomato-ey goodness. Either way, you’ll be happy with whatever you order, especially since the portions are massive.
Joseph’s Pizza offers up a fine white pie as well as a Buffalo Chicken Pizza that is extra addictive thanks to its blend of mozzarella and provolone cheese. Another plus: Joseph’s boasts a well-rounded menu including baby back ribs, fried shrimp, and old bay fries.
With two locations in Philly (and a few outside the city), Pizzeria Vetri has some of Philly’s best Neapolitan pies.