Best Pizza in Reston
If you are craving pizza and live in Reston, you are in luck. Reston boasts an impressive number of pizza restaurants sure to satisfy even the most discerning pizza lover. In fact, the biggest challenge Reston residents might face is deciding which pizza place to choose! If you’re looking for a pizza place close to home or one that serves a particular type of pizza, Reston is the place to be!
For weekly pizza night, or if you are seeking sustenance after moving into your new Reston home, check out this list of the best pizza places in Reston. You won’t be able to stop at one slice!
Gregorio’s Trattoria is an Italian restaurant located in the North Point Village Shopping Center that specializes in New York style pizza. Available in a 9-inch personal size, 14” medium, or the 18” extra-large Gregorio’s also features a handful of specialty pizzas. If you’re not feeling pizza, Gregorio’s has a full Italian menu to choose from, including antipasti, salads, pastas, and seafood. Dine in or carry out.
1428 N. Point Village Ctr.
Pupatella Pizza serves thin crust, Neapolitan style pizza, with four other locations in Arlington, Richmond, and DC. Pupatella was founded by Enzo Algarme, a native of Naples, Italy. A pre-med student at George Mason University, Algarme missed the pizza of his homeland so much that in 2007 he decided to put his education on hold and start selling pizza out of a food truck. By 2010, business was so successful Algarme opened his first brick and mortar restaurant in Arlington. Pupatella is certified by the Associone Verace Pizza Napolenta (AVPN) as making authentic Neapolitan pizza according to a 200-year-old technique, using only wood-fired ovens and sauce made exclusively of San Marzano tomatoes grown in Italy. Dine in or carry out.
1821 Wiehle Ave. (571) 441-1148
Reston Town Center
&pizza serves individual pizzas at a set price, making it a breeze for everyone to get exactly what they want. From the type of dough (regular or gluten free), to a choice of 4 sauces, 4 cheeses including vegan mozzarella, and dozens of toppings, your personal pizza can be anything you want it to be. Once your pizza is cooked, there is yet another chance to customize with a selection of additional toppings and sauces to finish off your pie exactly how you want it. Dine in or carry out. 1826 Library St. (202) 558-7549
North Italia is an Italian restaurant that also features a small, gourmet pizza menu. Adventurous types can try the Daily Pizza, which is the chef’s choice. The pizza menu is limited to 5 other specialty pizzas, including a prosciutto pizza with fig and arugula, and the Pig, featuring spicy pepperoni, soppressata, and Italian sausage. The full menu includes a variety of small plates, fresh pastas, and Italian entrees. Dine in or carry out.
11898 Market St. (571) 325-0823
Cafesano’s brick oven pizza is just one of the amazing offered at types of food offered his Italian-Mediterranean restaurant. Choose from a variety of toppings or try one of their specialties including the Del Mar, a pizza with topped with shrimp and roasted red peppers, or the Pollo, loaded with grilled, marinated chicken, spinach, kalamata olives, and caramelized onions. Other menu offerings include soups, salads, paninis and wraps, kabobs, and pastas. Gluten free available. Dine in or carry out.
11130 S Lakes Dr. (703) 391-2100
Ledo Pizza is known for their thin crust, rectangular pizza and extra-thick, hand cut pepperoni. Originating in 1955 in Adelphi, Md., Ledo offers a variety of pizza toppings, as well as sandwiches on freshly baked bread, salads, and pasta entrees. Check out their Football Deal (an 18” 2 topping pizza, wings and garlic bread for $34.99) and their Carryout Special (an 18” 1 topping pizza, mozzarella sticks, and a 4-pack of Pepsi for $32.99. Dine in and carry out.
2254 Hunter Woods Plaza (703) 758-9800