Pizza Scottsdale

Don’t want to cook? Try a local pizzeria in Scottsdale!

Scottsdale is a pleasant city, but one that gets extremely hot in the summertime. With an average high temperature of over 100 degrees throughout the summer months, you want to do anything you can to limit the amount of heat that gets into your home. And during those unpleasant heatwaves, that might mean avoiding cooking at all costs! A great alternative to turning on the oven is to let someone endure the heat for you by eating out. This lets you use the heat as an excuse to go get a pizza! Whether you want eat-in or carryout, Scottsdale ahs something for you.  Thinking of having pizza delivered to you or do you want to go to a pizza buffet? Are you craving a personal artisan pizza or want one that’s as large as possible? With dozens of local pizzerias in Scottsdale, you have plenty of options!


Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana. Few people think about making reservations when they want to go eat pizza. But if you don’t do that at Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana, there’s a good chance you won’t get any at all. Focusing on quality over quantity, this pizzeria makes small batches of dough and smaller gourmet pizzas with true Italian authenticity. Try a Salumi or Formaggi board on the side before enjoying a Capricciosa pizza that features mozzarella, prosciutto, cotto, artichokes, mushrooms, Gaeta olives, basil, and extra virgin olive oil. 


Grimaldi’s Pizzeria. A pizza is only good as it’s sauce and crust, and Grimaldi’s focuses on both. With “famous” sauce and an assortment of toppings, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria has been a Scottsdale favorite for many years. After an intense round of golf at one of Scotland’s prestigious golf courses, stop by the popular Grimaldi’s Pizzeria for a large pie for the family. This coal brick-oven pizza place has become so popular, in fact, that they continue to expand and now have multiple locations throughout the area.  And as the number 1 rated pizza establishment in Scottsdale by Trip Advisor, they aren’t going away anytime soon!


Spinato’s Pizzeria. Gourmet pizza places like to set themselves apart with the Pizzeria title, showing that they use quality toppings and focus on quality instead of being like fast food pizza. Many of them make people dine-in, and most don’t consider delivery. But Spinato’s Pizzeria is different. They believe that it’s perfectly acceptable to have toppings like Pecorino Romano and chicken sausage while also offering the convenience of home delivery. You don’t have to choose between getting great tasting pizza at a great value or convenience when you choose Spinato’s Pizzeria. 


The Pizza Buffet. After a long hike with the family, win back some of those lost calories with a pizza buffet. The Pizza Buffet is certainly nothing fancy, nor does it try to pretend otherwise. With a small salad bar for those watching their figure, The Pizza Buffet branches out from pizza with cheesy garlic bread, fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and even desserts. They have weekly specials and affordable dine-in options for unlimited fare, and are a great option if you’re looking to feed a crowd of hungry kids that can devour single pizzas in seconds. Where else can you get a slice of all meat pizza one second, chicken wings the next, and then follow it up with a ground beef taco and wash it down with a cinnamon roll? 


LAMP pizza. Why is an artisan pizza establishment named after a light fixture? LAMP Pizza leaves no clues on its online website. Strong on both flavor and personality, LAMP pizza has only one size of pizza made in its wood-fired oven with its LAMP branded wood stove. With enigmatic pizza special names like Kicker Jr, The Scientist, and The Simple, LAMP Pizza shows that you can serve quality artisan pizza without giving up what makes you unique. Visitors line up for a table and can wait as long as an hour on busy weekend nights after being seated, but many keep coming back for this one-of-a-kind pizza in Scottsdale.


Yo Pauly’s New York Pizza Co. While pizza is a great meal choice no matter how you slice it, sometimes you need to feed a lot of people at once. While there are many catering companies that feature all kinds of foods such as sandwiches, mini burritos, and much more, a simple way is to pick up a giant pizza. Most pizza places cap out at around 16 inches, and a few will make an 18-inch pizza. Few venture beyond that. Yo Pauly’s New York Pizza Co is one of them. With an impressive New York Giant size pizza that’s 24 inches in diameter, you’ll have a hard time fitting it in your car–let alone eating it! With reasonable pricing and several toppings to choose from, take home a party pizza and let the fun begin.


Directions from Yo Pauly’s New York Pizza Co to Tech Plus Automotive

Yo Pauly’s New York Pizza Co
8880 E Via Linda # 102, Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Head west on E Via Linda Toward N 87th Pl
(0.8 mi)

Turn right onto N Hayden Rd
(3.3 mi)

Turn left onto E Redfield Rd
(0.8 mi)

Continue onto E Thunderbird Rd
(0.1 mi)

Turn right onto E Butherus Dr
(354 feet)

Tech Plus Automotive
7333 E Butherus Dr B-200, Scottsdale, AZ 85260