Also in Duluth, Rice n Pie (3980 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Duluth. 770-302-0320, ricenpie.com) crafts a multitude of fusion pizzas. They have a few Indian-inspired creations — including the Butter Paneer and 65 Pizza — as well as a Jamaican-themed jerk chicken pizza that's delightfully spicy, a Korean barbecue chicken pizza, and a Thai pizza with a vibrant Thai green sauce and a hint of cilantro.
Over in Alpharetta, Vinny's on Windward (5355 Windward Parkway, Alpharetta. 770-772-4644, sedgwickrestaurantgroup.com/vinnys) gives pizza a Greek twist with a lamb sausage creation, topped with goat cheese and broccolini.
The spicy Mayan pizza at Fire Stone Wood Fired Pizza & Grill in Woodstock offers south of the border flavors like a poblano salsa, smoked shredded beef and corn pico. Photo: Fire Stone Wood Fired Pizza & Grill.
And further OTP, Fire Stone Wood Fired Pizza & Grill (120 Chambers St., Woodstock. 770-926- 6778, firestonerestaurants.com) has a spicy, Mexican-infused pizza, the Mayan, that gets extra flavor from poblano salsa, and features smoked shredded beef, mozzarella, cheddar and corn pico.
Lastly, if you're craving pizza for dessert, stop by Inman Park's Fritti (309 N. Highland Ave. NE, Atlanta. 404-880-9559, frittiatl.com), where they offer a Nutella pizza that's slathered in the rich, velvety chocolate-hazelnut spread, topped with coarsely chopped hazelnuts. It's an indulgent serving of heavenly chocolate goodness in every slice.
For the 2018 AJC Spring Dining Guide, we sat down with some of the leaders in Atlanta’s new fusion revolution. (Erica A. Hernandez/AJC)
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