Pizza is a great joy…period. It is hard to imagine that anyone doesn’t like pizza in some form, even if that form is bread sticks from local pizza places.
Pizza is attractive for many reasons. Cheese, portability, infinate variety and it might be the easiest take out and delivery option for food ever invented. If the Romans had thoguht of it, chariots would have been primarily used for pizza delivery instead of warfare.
The best thing about pizza is that it is local centric. Sure, there are national chains that do pizza. However, there are as many local and regional pizza delivery options as there are pizza combinations. In other words, pizza is a great way to support local. That makes now a great time to bring your our local guide to pizza places. An update on our previous local pizza guide.
Double Check Before You Order
Everyone is aware that restaurants are under significant public health rules. Our favorite pizza places are no exception. However, unlike many of our treasured local eateries, most pizza places are naturally well tooled for take out and delivery.
That being said, these restaurants are operating under a different set of hours and many are serving a streamlined menu. The best thing to do is to call first and ask about delivery, take out, and menu options.
Also, be aware that there are external delivery services that have “picked up” restaurants without their knowledge. It is a growing practice accross the country. Again, the best way to find out about how to snag one of your favorite pies is to call the restaraunt directly or order from their website.
Patience, Sensitivity, and Gratitude
Finally, when talking to local pizza purveyors, remember that they are operating in both unusual and unprecidented waters. Supply chains, health restrictions, and personnel issues can all lead to longer waits and restricted options. These local businesses love the fact that they can stay open. They also hope that their customers recognize these constantly changing circumstances as they work to serve up one of the area’s favorite eats.
Local Pizza Places for Takeout and Delivery
Arturo’s Pizza Kitchen
2507 Oregon Rd. Northwood, OH
519 Monroe St., Toledo, OH
4034 Monroe St., Toledo OH
4444 Keystone Dr, Maumee, OH
Capers Pizza Bar
2038 S. Byrne Rd., Toledo, OH
Basil Pizza and Wine Bar
3145 Hollister Lane, Perrysburg, OH
Bambino’s Pizza and Subs
1515 Eleanor Ave., Toledo, OH
5155 Main St., Sylvania, OH
4466 Monroe St., Toledo, OH
3150 Navarre Ave., Oregon, OH
5145 N. Summit St., Toledo, OH
2208 Airport Hwy. Toledo, OH
The Original Royal Pizza
4843 N. Detroit Ave, Toledo, OH
Royal Pizza Northwood
2038 Tracy Rd. Northwood, OH
Mancino’s Pizza and Grinders
7200 Lewis Ave., Temperance, MI
1416 S. Main St., Adrian, MI
2325 Woodville Rd., Oregon, OH
6650 Centers Dr., Holland, OH
229 S. Blanchard St. Findlay, OH
440 E. Court St., Bowling Green, OH
3981 Monroe St., Toledo, OH
26597 N. Dixie Hwy, Perrysburg, OH
1280 W. Alexis Road, Toledo, OH
2670 Woodville Rd., Northwood, OH
449 W Dussel, Maumee, OH
5307 Monroe Street, Toledo, OH
Jo Jo’s Pizza
4336 Monroe St., Toledo, OH
10315 Waterville St., Whitehouse OH
3212 Briarfield Blvd, Maumee, OH
27393 Holiday Ln, Perrysburg, OH
5614 Mayberry Square S, Sylvania, OH
J & G’s Pizza
5692 Main Street, Sylvania, OH
309 Conant St., Maumee, OH
With over 19 locations across the region.
Eat at Oasis
3303 Dorr St., Toledo OH
1734 Laskey Rd., Toledo OH
115 Columbus Ave., Sandusky OH
AJ’s Heavenly Pizza
603 W. State St., Fremont, OH
2 Main St. Tiffin, OH
1404 N. Main St., Findlay, OH