I ate a salad for lunch, it was mostly croutons, tomatoes, really just one big round crouton covered in tomato sauce and cheese. Fine it was pizza. I ate pizza. I love pizza.

The pizzas in Minnesota range from classic to gourmet. There is some really good spots for pizzas in Minnesota. I have had to a handful of delicious pizzas myself. One of my favorite spots in Saint Cloud is The Green Mill. Chicken Alfredo Pizza on thin crust is at the top of my list. And for take-and-bake Clutch Pizza in Sartell. I love their Oktoberfest Pizza on their beer crust. (Both of my favorites can be found on The Value Connection where you can get a gift certificate for less.

Pretty sure, everyone I know loves pizza. I will save you the time of looking for amazing pizza places and give you the top 10 very best pizzas in Minnesota.

Singkham

Check out these yummy pizzas…
1. Mucci’s Italian - St. Paul
This homey first-come, first-serve restaurant adds an extra step to their pizza making that might explain why it tastes so good: they fry the dough in hot oil before baking them with their delicious toppings.
Try the Luna for a real treat – it’s with taleggio, black truffle, mushrooms, pine nuts and chives.
2. Pizzeria Lola - Minneapolis
Their pizzas are cooked in a wood-fired oven and come with a thin and crispy base and wonderfully spongey classic Italian-style crusts.
What makes their pies really stand out is the love, imagination and colour they put into their toppings. Their pizzas look like works of art that are nearly too good to eat.
3. Black Sheep Coal Fired Pizza - Minneapolis/St. Paul
Their pizzas are cooked in a coal-fired oven, which gives the crust that wonderful smokey and crisp base.
Throw in a great wine list, craft beers and pies that are made for sharing, and this is the perfect spot for a big meal with friends.
4. Pig Ate My Pizza - Robbinsdale
A kitchen and brewery all wrapped into one, where they are completely changing the face of pizza and beer. Coming here is an assault on the senses in the best possible way; you'll have your mind blown by their creations.

5. Young Joni - Minneapolis
They are constantly winning awards for their pizza and once you taste the first slice you'll see exactly why.
They also serve other great dishes along with cocktails and some divine desserts, but you come here for one reason and that is the pizza.
6. Sammy’s - Elk River
They've been cooking pizzas through several generations of the same family and the knowledge they have amassed can be tasted in every bite.
The secret here is in the dough, which is made fresh in house daily and which has to be tasted to be believed.
7. Union Avenue Pizza & Brewing - Fergus Falls
They focus on doing two of the most important things in the world really well...pizza and beer. They absolutely nail that mission and have created a space you will never want to leave.
Huge portions washed down with cold delicious beers. No wonder it's one of the best pizzas in Minnesota.
8. Pizza Nea - Minneapolis ( When looking this one up it appeared to be closed) 
They've been cooking pizza in the Neapolitan tradition since way back in 2002 and they quite simply never serve a bad pie.
The toppings are simple and classical, but when something tastes as good as this why complicate it?

9. Hello Pizza - Edina
Classic pizza served up on a thin base, where the majority of the effort goes into their incredible dough and sourcing high-end ingredients.
They rotate their daily slice, with occasional seasonal specials, making you want to return over and over again.

10. Pizza Lucé - Multiple
They do great brunch, play live music and all their locations open for late night dine-in, delivery, and pick-up.
The pizzas all feature super exciting toppings that will have you drooling as soon as you read the on the menu. Throw in great service and this is not a place you'll want to miss for pizzas in Minnesota.

 

If you are a pizza lover like me you may have a bucket list created. I have only been to Pizza Lucé. And that was 10th. It looks like it can only get better from there.

 

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