Winner: Best pizza in Atlanta | Best of Atlanta

A well-made pizza pie is like a diamond in the rough − rare and rewarding.

This week’s Best of Atlanta poll found out where you chow down on the most delicious pizza in town. 

Coming in first place, Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria has offered authentic, New York style pizza, classic salads, pastas, Italian sandwiches, signature coal oven wings and freshly made desserts since 2009. 

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Get the full Italian experience at Antico, our second place winner. The highlight of your meal will be the pizza, of course. The Pomodorini with fresh cherry vesuvian tomato, bufala, garlic and basil will rock your world. 

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Try the spinach-mushroom Sicilian pizza at Fellini’s Pizza, declared a Dish of the Week by Ligaya Figueras in 2016. Third place is mighty tasty with an authentic pizza slice in-hand. 

Need more pizza pie? Look no further than our official nominees: Varuni NapoliLuigi's A Slice of Italy (Gwinnett), Fritti (Intown), Marietta Pizza Company (Cobb) and Cameli's Pizza (Intown).

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Thinking of a night out on the town with your loved one soon? A pizza date night might be in order.

Great pizza can be found far and wide, as this OTP list proves. These are worth the drive.

The Atlanta pizzeria that was named one of the best in America.

Now, go forth and eat some pizza!

Read about our other Best of Atlanta winners and nominees here. 

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