10 Pizzerias Not to Miss in Rome

Since Rome is a capital city, pizza comes in all shapes and styles beyond the thin crust variety that’s so associated with the city. The key is to know where to eat the best versions.

Our fun but filling mission to find and eat the best pizza in Rome was a success!

After eating our collective weight in pizza, these are our favorite Rome pizza shops and the ones you shouldn’t miss during your Rome pizza crawl.

Pizzeria Otiense


It’s a friendly spot with simple decorations and checkered tablecloths. Its pizzas are prepared in classic Pizza Romana style – crispy, thin, and loaded with toppings.

Forno Campo de’ Fiori

Specializes in Pizza Bianca, little flatbreads that rely on olive oil for their flavor, and Pizza Rossa slabs lightly doused with tomato sauce.


La Gatta Magniona

Has a wood-fired oven as is typical in Italy. However, this Rome pizzeria goes the extra step of sourcing high-quality ingredients from beyond Italy’s borders.


Pizzarium Bonci

Made with organic stone ground flour and fermented for 72 hours, Pizzarium’s dough is where its pizza begins.


Antico Forno Roscioli

This Rome bakery is part of the Roscioli empire that includes Roscioli Salumeria con Cucina, one of the best restaurants in Rome, and a curated wine club.


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