Pizza ChaCha's menu of unique pies, served with a salad in the middle, sates hunger for leafy and cheesy eats simultaneously, and the attached coffee shop, Jitterz, percolates a wide variety of roasted beans. ChaCha’s crusty circlets arrive bejeweled with bacon, spicy diavolo pepperoni, tofu, pesto sauce, roasted corn and garlic, and more ($1.10 per topping on 12" pizza). Crusts are available in hand-tossed, thin, or gluten-free varieties, and signature central salads fill the delectable dough enclosure, mimicking the way the earth’s core is also a salad. Hoagies (from $6.50) sate more individualistic hungers, and a range of domestic and italian suds (from $2.75) salve cheese-singed tongues.
In 1978, brothers Eugene and John Jetts lent their name to the sign above their pizza shop in Sterling Heights, Michigan. In the more than 36 years that followed, they?ve lost one of the Ts but gained about 350 franchises across the country. Jet?s Pizza churns out thin-crust rounds and signature square-shaped pies in hearty deep-dish form. The eight-corner deep-dish style lets each member of a dining octet enjoy a slice of corner crust without fearing the paper cuts inherent in triangle slices. After loading pizzas with heaps of meats and veggies, guests have the liberty to flavorize their crust for free, choosing from eight options such as Jet's Turbo Crust, garlic, sesame seed, Cajun, or poppy seed. To augment pies, Jet's chefs whip up triple-cheese turbo sticks topped with mozzarella, cheddar, and romano as well as regular and boneless wings draped in hot or sweet sauces.
Most people recognize New York pizza by its thin, foldable shape. But when it comes to making a truly authentic New York-style pie, what goes on top is just as important. The chefs at Lucky's NY Style Pizza
know this, which is why they craft each pizza using only whole milk mozzarella and fresh toppings such as salami, roasted red peppers, artichoke hearts, and ricotta cheese. They put just as much care and consideration into their other dishes, whether they're building a five-layer lasagna or hand-rolling dough pockets to create cheesy calzones. Even the humble slider gets an upgrade here, as the chefs swap out the beef patty for a homemade meatball and use a house-baked garlic roll in place of the traditional hamburger bun or donut hole.
When pizza lovers in Chattanooga get a hankering for a taste of savory pie, they head to Hill City Pizza on Frazier Avenue. Hill City serves up little slices of heaven in an atmosphere featuring a clean, modern look and simple décor because here, the focus is on the food. Offering personal pizzas that can be shared between two people or eaten alone if your appetite is hefty enough, Hill City has something to suit every appetite. Try the loaded nachos if you're interested in a hearty snack consisting of tortilla chips smothered in cheese sauce and piled high with toppings like shredded chicken, avocado slices and spicy jalapeno peppers. Wash it all down with a beer and leave satisfied when you dine at Hill City Pizza.
For pizza that's a cut above the rest in Chattanooga, try Mr. T's Pizza and Ice Cream. You can order up a hot pizza to eat inside the restaurant, take home for supper, or have delivered to your doorstep. Mr. T's not only creates the best pizza in town, it's a place where you can get a great deal. The meal specials offered will fill every tummy in the family without forcing you to break the bank. Try a specialty pie like the Hawaiian, featuring ham, pineapple and extra cheese melted to gooey perfection, or build your own pie using a variety of toppings including meats, fresh veggies, and black or green olives. Come with an appetite and leave in a food coma—Mr. T's will hit your hunger right out of the park.
Pizza should be inspired by local ingredients to improve freshness and taste. By following this simple mission statement, this pizzeria has been selling fresh pies with handmade dough and over 30 delicious toppings to hungry guests since 1996. The unique atmosphere is fun for the entire family, and the friendly staff will make each and every visit one to remember. Visit this location, and you’ll discover why they’ve been awarded The Best Pizza Award from Chattanooga’s CityScope every year since 2003. You’ll want to check out the beer selection as well, which is full of flavorful microbrew options that are sure to hit the spot and round out a great meal.