| July 19th, 2022 | No comments

Have a craving for pizza in Prague? We’re with you. 

There are plenty of pizza places dotting the city, serving up everything from the fluffy American style to the classic Italian. Quantity does NOT equal quality and the truth is that GOOD pizza in Prague is tough to find.

Not to worry, though. We’ve eaten our way through most of the pizza places in Prague and are here to steer you in the right direction.

So what are the best pizza places in Prague? We’ve got a list for you.

The Best Pizza in Prague

If you’re looking for other great places to eat check out our guide to the best restaurants in Prague.

Third Coast Pizza

detroit style pizza in prague

We’re starting this list with our personal pick for THE BEST pizza in all of Prague. 

Having operated for over a year as a mobile pop-up restaurant, Third Coast Pizza now has a permanent location in the space previously occupied by U Kurelu in Zizkov.

Third Coast’s founders set out on a passion project to bring a different style of pizza, and one close to their American roots, to Prague. And thankfully for all the pizza-loving residents of Prague, they succeeded. 

With its origin closely related to thick Sicilian pizza, Detroit style is baked in a special square pan and balances fluffy focaccia like dough and a crunchy cheesy crust with abundant and flavorful ingredients.

With an ever-changing menu and 50 different unique pizza recipes to date, Third Coast Pizza deserves a visit from any and all pizza lovers.

Pizza lovers can expect to see favorites like the “Bright Lady Lamia” with Czech sourced pepperoni, pickled jalapeños and pineapple (because pineapple is great when done right).

The eccentric “Californiacation” essentially a Ruben pizza with pastrami, zeli, pickles, and a tangy dressing is also worthy of an order or ten. 

For pizza enthusiasts or simply food lovers, Third Coast Pizza is a must-try. Follow up a visit here to the Reigrovy Sady beer garden for a fresh Pilsner!

Johnny Pizza Bar

Johnny Pizza Bar is one of the best pizza places in Prague because they keep it simple. Located right in the city center, they deliver to almost all of Prague.

Serving up all the classic pizzas like margherita, salami, Hawaiian, and more, there’s something for everyone to be found here.

It might be thin crust, but the generous heaps of cheese and delicious toppings on these pizzas should not be underestimated.

If pizza isn’t your thing, they also offer pasta, burgers, meat, and salad options, so your whole party will be happy. But for a traditional thin crust pizza, this is the place to go.

Le Pizze di Frankie

two pizzas side by side

This typical Italian pizza place is located in Prague 4, just a short tram ride from IP Pavlova.

With upwards of 10 different types of pizza to choose from, there’s something for everyone here.

All their pizzas are Neapolitan style. They serve classics such as margherita and salami as well as some seasonal options like the vegetarian Pisellina. This summer special comes with cherry tomatoes and pea puree.

They also have a pizza named after their neighborhood: the Nuslita, with anchovies, garlic, and oregano.

With creative concoctions like these along with plenty of traditionals, Le Pizze di Frankie is the place to go for variety.

Pizza Nuova 

pizza parma prague pizza

Pizza Nuova prides itself on its traditional Italian preparation method. As part of the Ambiente restaurant group, you can expect high-quality ingredients and an expert preparation process.

The dough is rolled in the style of Verace Pizza Napoletana and then baked in an oak wood oven imported from Naples. It’s hard to get more Italian than that! 

They serve a variation of the classics such as margherita, buffalo margherita, diavola, four cheese, and more. They even have a special Pizza alla Chef with a cheese blend, black olives, spicy salami, and bell peppers.

If you’re eating at the restaurant, you can also choose a tasting menu so you can try as many as your heart desires.

To accompany your pizza, they also serve a variety of appetizers and pasta dishes.  

Giallo Rossa

Giallo Rossa is one of the biggest pizza chains in Prague. With an extensive menu featuring various Italian specialties, they serve fresh food daily and cater to the city of Prague through multiple locations.

You could say they are a pizza empire. Their pizzas are also 31cm, bigger than the 25cm of many restaurants here in Prague.

With about 15 pizzas to choose from and different options at each location, you’ll want to try all of them.

If you’re looking for something different, try the Patata pizza with potatoes, rosemary, and ham. Or, there’s the St. Jacobo with egg, smoked cheese, pepper, and bacon. Of course, you’ll find the classic Margherita here, as well.

And pizza isn’t all they’re famous for: the pasta dishes and the desserts are to die for.

Grosseto Pizzeria Ristorante 

This pizza place in Prague has 5 locations throughout the city, with a slightly different menu at each branch. The one closest to the center, however, is in Vinohrady near Namesti Miru. 

They have plenty of delicious pizzas, with everything from classics like Diavola and picante to their own Pizza Grosseto.

The Grosseto features chicken breast, gorgonzola, and parmesan. They also serve crowd pleasers like Hawaiian pizza and the Salerno with salami and mozzarella. For the unconventional pizza lovers, they have seafood pizza and pesto-based pizza

Their menu also consists of a wide variety of risottos, pastas, soups, fish, salads, starters, and more.

In addition, Grosseto offers a culinary school, so you can learn how to make pizza from the best! 

360 Pizza

360 Pizza prides itself on its signature pizza dough. It’s not quite as thick as traditional American-style pizza, but it’s as fluffy as ever.

It’s prepared with a combination of flours and allowed to rise at a specific temperature for the perfect amount of time. And finally, this delicious dough is baked in a Rinaldi oven.

But of course, the toppings are the real star. Choose from classic pizzas like Margherita or Diavola. Or, go for something outside the box like the caesar pizza or the Gorgo Pere with honey and pear slices.

If you don’t find something you like on the bestseller list, feel free to build your own. They also offer breadsticks, pizza snack sandwiches, lasagna, salads, and more.

Best Pizza in Prague Wrap-up

There you have it: the best pizza places in Prague are guaranteed to keep you coming back for more.

There are a few others, but these restaurants are guaranteed to satisfy your craving, no matter what your favorite kind of pizza is.

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Written by Michael Miszczak

Michael has been traveling the world while writing, photographing, and sharing his stories and travel tips since 2010.

He is originally from New York City, and currently lives in Prague.


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