Louisiana June 13, 2019
7 Restaurants In Louisiana That Serve The Biggest Pizzas You’ve Ever Seen
Easily sharable and perfectly customizable, pizza makes the perfect meal when you’re with a group of loved ones. These seven restaurants in Louisiana are serving up some of the biggest pizzas you’ve ever seen, so gather up the gang and bring your appetite, you’re going to need it.
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1. Crescent City Pizza Works
Tucked away in the heart of the French Quarter, Crescent City Pizza Works is a great option for a late night bite when you find yourself on Bourbon Street in the wee hours of the morning. Their slices of pizza are as big as your head, so be sure to come hungry.
Address: 407 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA, 70130
2. Mark Twain’s Pizza Landing
Located in Metairie, this literary-themed pizzeria is an unexpected delight for book lovers. All of their pizzas have a quirky Mark Twain-themed name, and the flavors are out of this world. From BBQ chicken to Hawaiian, there’s a pizza for everyone, and the 16-inch pizza will certainly feed your whole group.
Address: 2035 Metairie Road, Metairie, LA, 70005
3. Mo’s Pizza
When you’re looking for a hearty pizza piled high with all your favorite toppings, Mo’s Pizza is the place to go. Located in Westwego, this unassuming building may not look like much from the outside, but they’re cooking up some massive pizzas that are perfect for sharing with a group of friends or family.
Address: 1112 Avenue H, Westwego, LA, 70094
4. Schlittz & Giggles
Tucked away in an unassuming little red building underneath an overpass, Schlittz & Giggles has a massive 18-inch pizza that will ensure you have leftovers for at least a day or two. Their thin New York style crust adds the perfect crunch and the toppings are endless.
Perkins Address: 2355 Ferndale Avenue, Baton Rouge, LA, 70808
Downtown Address: 301 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, LA, 70801
5. Pizza Shack
Established in 1988, Pizza Shack is the only independently owned pizzeria in Opelousas and it’s absolutely worthy of a road trip. From their made-from-scratch dough made every morning to their signature sauces, you truly can’t go wrong with anything on the menu at this charming pizza shack.
Address:1242 Edith Street, Opelousas, LA, 70570
6. Tony’s Pizza
Tony’s is a family-owned Italian restaurant in Lake Charles that’s been a local favorite ever since they opened back in 1968. Their 16-inch pizzas are enough to feed a small army, and their specialty pizzas are incredible. Pictured above is their legendary spaghetti and meatball pizza, because why have to choose between pasta and pizza when you can have both?
Address: 335 East Prien Lake Road, Lake Charles, LA, 70601
7. Red Zeppelin
This funky little pizzeria over in Baton Rouge opened up its doors in 2010 and they’ve been cooking up some of the most unique pizzas you’ve ever tasted. Your taste buds will be dazzled with unique flavors like their pesto and artichoke pizza or their alligator sausage, tasso ham and jalapeño pizza.
Address: 4395 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge, LA, 70808
How many of these places have you visited? Where’s your favorite spot to grab a slice? Let us know in the comments below!