Looking for a good slice of pizza in the Mile High City? Visit one of the top five pizza places in Denver to satisfy your craving for a slice, whether you like Chicago style or lean more towards New York pizza. Denver does not have a distinctive pizza style, but you can find thin New York-style crusts or deep-dish pizza to suit your tastes. Homegrown BeauJo's Pizza is famous for its thick crust, which can be eaten with honey in a Colorado twist. Pizza places that offer gluten-free varieties are also noted.
Benny Blanco's Slice Of The Bronx
Benny Blanco's in Capitol Hill lives up to its name with ample slices of thin-crust pizza. The hole-in-the-wall establishment offers a counter with no seating, but the delicious slices make up for a lack of ambiance. Slices are available with your choice of a wide variety of toppings for reasonable prices. Benny Blanco's pizza is also available for delivery. The pizza counter, which can be hard to spot for first-timers, is sandwiched between Wax Trax and the Snakepit on 13th Ave.
Lala's Wine Bar and Pizzeria offers authentic Italian-style pizza, along with a wide selection of wines for accompaniment across from Governor's Park in central Denver. Don't miss the lunch special from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. from Monday through Friday, which offers a personal pizza, salad and soda for $7.95. The one drawback to Lala's is the lack of service, as I've had to flag down the inattentive wait staff more than a few times to order. Lala's also offers gluten-free pizza, as well as limited delivery.
Proto's Pizza in the Highlands neighborhood of Denver offers Neapolitan pizza to the Mile High City. The restaurant founded by Pam Proto in features a patio for outdoor dining, as well as a small dining area. The only downsides to Proto's Pizza is its limited wine list and lack of delivery, although pizza is available for take out. Gluten-free pizza is also available.