If you want to know where to eat pizza in Portland, I have some suggestions. About 35 to be exact, and you can read about them here. In order to respect and preserve the original content source, play fair and avoid being pushed by google to the bottom of the SEO netherworlds, I offer here only a synopsis. Let’s take a look.
Oh my is there a lot of good pizza in Portland. By Portland, I mean to include Vancouver because it is technically in the “greater Portland metropolitan area.”
Just this past week, Vancouver’s very own Daisuke (Dice-K) Matsumoto, who runs a humble blue pizza truck in the parking lot of a brewery in Hazel Dell, Washington, won 6th place in the WORLD for traditional Neapolitan pizza at the pizza competition in Las Vegas. Not only that but he practiced his wood-oven skills at Vancouver’s Nonavo Pizza, another pizza paradise in Vancouver. So well deserved!
Pizzeria La Sorrentina 9811 NE 15th Ave, Vancouver, WA/(360) 980-1651
Nonavo is king of the farmer’s market / farm-to-table pizza, and has the best salads in the Pacific Northwest, and is a personal once weekly (at least) stop.
Nonavo Pizza, 110 West Sixth Street, Vancouver, WA 98660
Let us not forget Vancouver’s other favorite pizza joint, Rally Pizza, with giant, expertly crusted pies. They also serve up the most delicious east coast style frozen custard desserts including concretes and sundaes.
When considering where to eat pizza in Portland proper, although it’s really hard to narrow down to my favorites, here is a list of my top favorites. For the full review, please head over to femalefoodie.
Queen of the seasonal farmer’s market bounty pie.
Neo-Neapolitan at its thinnest and most sublime.
Tiny outpost on Division Street with a heart the size of Earth. Home of Portland’s best Nonna pie (below).
Spirited pizzeria in Cully neighborhood serving up no-nonsense but very creatively named pies and calzones.
Delicious Roman slices, like a thin and ever-so-slightly crisped on the bottom focaccia.
Handsome slings out expertly crusted, creatively topped thin pies on Portland’s most delicious northeast block, N. Killingsworth.
As classic as it gets.
Laid back, friendly vibe serving giant thin pies, cast iron deep dish pies, slices, and pasta. Portland’s must visit pizza spot.