Melbourne’s best woodfired pizza: the definitive guide
It’s official: These are Melbourne’s 35 best woodfired pizzerias, plus where to find the city’s best gluten-free and vegan options.
When Melbourne met pizza, it was love at first slice.
The saucy relationship began in 1961, when Salvatore Della Bruna opened Melbourne’s first pizza restaurant, Toto’s Pizza House, on Lygon Street in Carlton. Since then, the city’s obsession with the scrumptious Italian staple has continued to deepen, with pizza consistently ranking among the state’s most-ordered fast foods.
From woodfired and stone baked to deep dish, cheesy crust and calzones, we’ve never met a style of pizza we didn’t like. So, to help you narrow down your search, we’ve scoured the city to find the most authentic (not to mention delicious), Neapolitan-style slices.
From Footscray to Frankston, Brunswick to Bentleigh, these are the city’s best wood-fired pizzerias, plus where the find Melbourne’s best gluten-free and vegan options.