Everyone has their favorite, but pizza is the perfect food to venture out with.
With so many kinds and styles, it’s possible that a new go-to is right around the corner. Whether it’s a night out in downtown Boise or you’re ordering delivery for movie night, the right pizza pie will never disappoint.
So, if you’re ready to spice your slice up a little, here are Boise’s best pizza restaurants in no particular order for your consideration.
For the fans of New York style pizza, Guido’s should be high on your list if you haven’t already discovered this majestic east coast pie. A slice of Guido’s is never too far away. There’s a location downtown and another up the highway on Chinden Boulevard.
For a starter, Guido’s makes fresh salads and piping-hot baked garlic bread (by the loaf or half loaf). Customers also love the sausage roll, a dough blanket filled with Italian sausage, pepper, onions and a side of tomato sauce. The Stromboli is similar, but instead is stuffed with mozzarella and two additional ingredients.
Guido’s tosses and bakes a traditional red pizza and a white one with olive oil, sundried tomatoes, fresh basil, parmesan and mozzarella. The pizzeria can load up your pizza however you’d like with a vast selection of nearly two dozen toppings.
Founded in 2008, MOD Pizza hails from the Pacific Northwest and is committed to personalization. The individually sized pies and hand-toss salads are totally left up to the customer’s imagination. Choose from more than 40 toppings, eight sauces and eight dressings.
All the ingredients are super fresh and are vibrant with flavors. You can pick from nine classic pizzas, as well, and configure any combination your heart desires.
The menu selections at this pizzeria are as authentic as they come.
The wood-fired pizza oven reaches 800 degrees, which is key to the authenticity of flat-bread style pizza. The restaurant also puts forward new flavors for its customers to sample.
Margherita, quattro formaggi, capricciosa, tomato margherita, diavola, quattro Stagioni are some of the flatbread pizza options, which are meant to be folded or eaten with a knife and fork.
At Wiseguy’s, they don’t cut corners – and not only because pizzas are round. The pizzeria legitimately pours its heart into every pizza pie and makes its dough and sauce fresh each day. The pies are hand-tossed and are covered with whole-milk mozzarella that’s locally sourced. Even the flour comes from Idaho!
New York style pizza is as appetizing as ever at Wiseguy Pizza Pie restaurant. Customers have a lot to choose from, including salads, wings, boneless wings, cheese sticks, garlic knots, calzone, hoagies, cheesesteak and a variety of other real fancy pies. You can check out the full menu here.
Only the freshest produce and local cheese are used at Smoky Mountain. The pizzeria teams up with United Dairymen of Idaho for its dairy products. The pizza dough is made daily for super fresh results.
Two details customers love about the pizza: Smoky Mountain hand tosses every order and bakes Parmesan cheese into the crust. Don’t miss out on sampling the alfredo sauce, which is also made from scratch!
Offering a variety of crusts, such as original hand toss, thin and crisp and gluten free, some of the pizzeria’s creations include Ketchum Combo (pepperoni, mushrooms, onions, bell pepper, olives), The Smoky (pepperoni, bell peppers, red onions, tomatoes, jalapenos and garlic) and the White Cloud (creamy garlic sauce, mushrooms, smoked gouda cheese, jalapenos, bacon and chicken).
Northend and Parkcenter both have restaurants.
Serving locally for more than 20 years, Idaho Pizza Company is a mainstay around here. Customers enjoy the casual atmosphere and award-winning food, including the pizza, salads, sandwiches, and starters.
Idaho supreme is a customer-preferred choice and is made with the restaurant’s signature sauce, mozzarella, cheddar, salami, pepperoni, ground beef, sausage, linguica, mushrooms, green peppers, onions and black olives. Other pizzas listed on the menu are the garden valley delight, sun valley veggie, wilderness garlic extreme, Hawaiian and several others. You can also create your own.
If you’re more of a night owl, this pizzeria serves late night pizza.
Specialty pizzas include cheese, pepperoni, BBQ pulled pork, drunk candy, Thai chicken, traditional veggie, pesto/alfredo, piehole supreme and other toppings and concoctions.
Also sold by the slice, customers can pick from cheese, basil, pepperoni, potato/bacon, vegan (downtown location only) and the slice of the day.
Located in Old Boise, Front Door offers customers a variety of happy hour and special deals depending on the day of week.
Pizzas can be ordered in various sizes, like personal, medium and large. Each pie is made with premium ingredients. Aged parmigiana, dry wine-cured salami, crafted mozzarella and hand-cut stick pepperoni are some examples.
There are so many great places to eat in Boise, it is just one more reason why so many people like to call it home. If you are interested in purchasing real estate in Boise, make sure to contact us today!