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Six Yelpers give West Crust an average of 4.5 stars. Eighty-nine percent of Urbanspooners recommend it. Five Yahoo! Locals give it a perfect five-star average:

6012 82nd St
Lubbock,
TX
US

At CheeZies Pizza, a smorgasbord of Italian and American eats brings smiles to faces and satisfaction to appetites with freshly made pizzas, calzones, and hot sandwiches. Each pie arrives topped with a bubbly layer of 100% mozzarella cheese?no processed cheese food or melted plastics here?and crowned with toppings such as pepperoni, canadian bacon, chicken, and pineapple. Guests garnish pizza feasts with sides of zesty chicken wings or chewy breadsticks fresh from the oven before digging into desserts of cinnamon bread and chocolate-chip cookie cake.

1803 7th St
Lubbock,
TX
US

An awning striped like the Italian flag hangs over the entrance to Giorgio?s Pizza, welcoming visitors into a casual interior with a red-checkered floor and the aroma of toasty dough. For more than 20 years, the eatery's pizza wizards have been tossing New York?style crusts and coating them with generous layers of sauce, cheese, and toppings of mushrooms, sausage, or black olives. Gooey calzones boast all the flavor perks of pizza but in pocket-form, perfect for on-the-go meals or for adding extra cushioning to a baby's stroller.

1018 Broadway
Lubbock,
TX
US

The chefs at Fire Slice Pizzeria sling freshly made dough topped with myriad ingredients into brick ovens and hand-make juicy meatballs for both its pizzas and pastas. Marinara sauce, parmesan, mozzarella, and basil meet upon a crust hand-stretched by a personal trainer in the menu's classic margherita pizza ($11), and five types of cured meat mingle on the Goodfella pizza ($14). Diners can eschew tomato sauce altogether with the white Tommy Boy pizza ($14) and taste the unadulterated flavors of grilled chicken, crimini mushrooms, artichokes, and feta. Golden garlic toast chaperones the house-made sausage lasagna ($9), and mouths fill with a flaky calzone stuffed with melty dark chocolate, gooey marshmallows, and toasted graham crackers in the s’mores calzone dessert ($6).

7306 SW 34th Ave
Amarillo,
TX
US

Now with new owners, the CiCi's Pizza crew prepares a long buffet that stretches from the registers to the wall, filled with pasta, sauce, cheesy-garlic bread, and a rotating roster of 20 styles of pizza. The buffets hold up to 12 styles of popular pizzas, such as pepperoni, ham and cheddar, or the three-cheese Meltdown. Fresh-made marinara cascades over tangles of pasta, and crisp lettuce unites with veggies to form a salad. Cinnamon rolls baked fresh daily—in the morning and at night—elate palates with icing and dough so soft that eating it is reminiscent of biting into a spiced cumulus cloud.

6605 W Interstate 40
Amarillo,
TX
US

Pizza making at Papa Murphy's stops just short of the ovens. After watching the pizza artists layer thin crusts or stuffed pies with toppings from the selection of four sauces and 20 meats and vegetables—including bacon, artichoke hearts, and sun-dried tomatoes—customers take the pizzas home and follow the simple instructions for either baking or grilling them to a crispy golden-brown. Now boasting more than 1,200 locations across 37 states, Papa Murphy's pizza artists begin every morning by hand making new batches of dough and grating fresh cheese with Bruce Willis's coarse cheeks.

1740 S Western St
Amarillo,
TX
US