Pizza in Buffalo

Select Local Merchants

Bruno's Pizzeria treats its guests to a smorgasbord of tasty Italian-American cuisine, from pizzas covered in specialty toppings such as dandelion and stuffed pepper, to boneless chicken wings and piping hot baked subs. Diners stop in for sit-down feasts of steak-covered pizzas or pepperoni-stuffed calzones, or order catered party buffets of lasagna, rigatoni, and three-bean salads.

1274 Eggert Rd
Buffalo,
NY
US

The disk artisans at Bocce Club Pizza make their pizzas from scratch daily using hand-stretched dough, a selection of 30 toppings, 100% whole-milk mozzarella, and sauce recipes that have been crafted into tasty combinations since 1946. Chunks of pineapple and canadian bacon surf mozzarella waves on the Hawaiian specialty pizza ($16.59), and steak and sautéed peppers make snow angels in a garlic spread on the steak white pizza ($18.59). All of the menu’s dough saucers boast a hearty whole-wheat doppelganger available upon request, and gluten-sensitive customers can play matchmaker between their single stomachs and a gluten-free quarter pie. To raise the edible altitude, Bocce Club Pizza also features un-flat fare such as the chicken fajita sub ($7.99) and a basket of 10 buffalo wings ($7.99), which—like romance novels—can be made hot, medium, mild, or Victorian.

4174 Bailey Ave
Buffalo,
NY
US

More than 20 gourmet pizzas and 70 subs circulate the extensive menu at The Original Buffalo Pizzeria & Sub Shop. Pizza defends its title as most versatile foodstuff with a roster of specialty and customizable pies ($5.95–$35.95), including the Original Buffalo Deluxe pizza ($15.95 for small), which bears a scout sash brimming with edible badges, including pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms, peppers, olives, and onion. Pie professionals infuse crusts with a host of flavors such as sesame seed, romano, or Cajun and sculpt dough to New York–style, Sicilian, stromboli, or gluten-free perfection. On the sub side of the menu, the roast beef relaxes in a flavor-fomenting sauna for nearly 10 hours to produce the roast-beef classic, a savory sub served on a garlic roll topped with fried mushrooms ($8.25 whole). A flock of regular or boneless wings soar in a sapid list of sauces, such as medium, mild, suicidal, hot barbecue, honey mustard, and italian ($9.25).

502 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo,
NY
US

From pizza and pasta to wings and subs, this place is prepared to satisfy all of your pizzeria cravings in one satisfying stop. If you’re in the mood for a fresh pie, you’ve got to try the Steak Pizza. Complete with chopped steak, peppers, onions and mushrooms, it’s like tasting a deliciously fresh cheesesteak on top of a perfectly cooked crust. Don’t forget about the pasta. From Eggplant Parmigiana to the house special Carol’s Creation, each dish is prepared fresh to order with all of the attention to detail you’d expect. Take advantage of the weekly specials to save some extra cash with your meal. All-you-can-eat spaghetti is available for just $6.50 Sunday through Tuesday!

5640 Main St
Williamsville,
NY
US

This family owned pizza parlor has been committed to high quality ingredients and delicious pies for years, and the downtown location has helped to make them a local favorite. Taste one of the specialty pizzas for yourself. The Chicken Finger Pizza (chicken fingers, wing sauce, bleu cheese and mozzarella) combines hot wings with pizza to give you the best of both worlds. The Super Steak Pizza (sirloin steak, mozzarella, cheddar, mushrooms, onions and peppers) will satisfy your inner-carnivore. Order by the slice and sample a few to find your favorite. If you don’t feel like getting out, give them a call. Quick, courteous delivery is always available.

396 Pearl St
Buffalo,
NY
US

If you would like a traditional, Italian, home-cooked meal, but do not want to do the dishes, then Rocco’s Wood-fired Pizza is the place for you! Their menu not only includes their titular wood-fired pizzas, but also a vast variety of insalata, sandwiches, and Italian specialties. Try some of their stuffed hot peppers, homemade tripe, or rapini and sausage in garlic and olive oil. Stop by on Sunday evenings for their “la famiglia dinner”, which is a family-style meal of spaghetti and meatballs topped off with Rocco’s Italian salad and Garlic bread. Other daily specials include Monday’s pork cutlets milanese and Wednesday’s chicken piccata.

5433 Transit Rd
Buffalo,
NY
US