Great pizza in Paris

Faggio

When I want great wine to go with my pizza I head to Faggio. The wood fired pizzas are on point, the space is trendy, and the wine list emphasizes natural wines and small producers. 

 The Diavola (my favorite) is topped with spicy sausage, red onion, fior di latte, and smoked mozzarella - a little spice and everything nice

The Diavola (my favorite) is topped with spicy sausage, red onion, fior di latte, and smoked mozzarella - a little spice and everything nice

Faggio
72 rue de Rochechouart, 75009

Open daily lunch and dinner
No reservations for parties fewer than 6 people


Il Brigante

My forever favorite pizza place in Paris.

Tucked away in the 18th arrondissement behind the Sacre Coeur, Il Brigante is a small pizzeria that is all Italian. A pretty small place, the front room has two communal tables and three two tops run down the hall to the kitchen. Reservations are a must but delivery is now also available (but I highly recommend eating sur place!)

Charming in its simplicity, the only thing on the menu is pizza and a couple desserts. The wine list is short, just a few Italian reds and whites to choose from. There are no soups, salads, or appetizers offered - pizza only! Whenever we've gone the place has been packed and I've developed a skill for climbing over the table to get to my spot on the bench. I don't know if it's policy or luck but each of out visits has ended with an offer of our choice of limoncello or grappa while paying out bill.

Il Brigante
14 rue de Ruisseau, 75018

Closed Sundays
Reservations recommended


Lucky Luciano

My neighborhood joint with a slightly thicker crust when I want a good comfort pizza.

The best pizzeria in Batignolles! Lucky Luciano lets it's dough rise for four days which means each pizza is packed with flavor. My favorite is the Quattro Mori eggplant and spicy salami.

Lucky Luciano
46 rue des Dames, 75017

Open daily lunch and dinner