15+ Atlanta Pizza Places Kids Will Love
Here are our favorite Atlanta pizza places to enjoy crispy crust, mouth-watering cheeses and perfectly-cooked toppings. Whether it’s old-world Italian style or New York style, these spots create the best pies in the city.
Ammazza offers an eclectic variety of wood fire oven pizzas and a wide selection of toppings, some that you won’t find anywhere else. They even have edible glitter – what kid wouldn’t love this spread on a pizza? The restaurant pays homage to Neapolitan pizza, but makes mozzarella in house and buys produce and meat locally. There are also tasty gluten free and vegan options. Decatur and Edgewood.
The open-air patio has a relaxed and fun atmosphere. Italian flavors such as San Gennaro or Margherita are baked in large brick ovens and are fresh and crispy when delivered to the table. There is even a gelato shop next door, a perfect incentive for kids to behave during dinner. Westside, Mercedes Benz Stadium, The Battery and Alpharetta.
This family-owned Greek restaurant has been around since 1966 and serves up some very flavorful pizzas. They have a great children’s menu with six-inch pizza, pasta or calzone options. Any vegetable topping is extremely fresh and if you are a fan of Greek salads, they serve some of the best. Decatur.
Blue Moon starts with fresh, made-daily dough, then piles on tasty toppings. Blue Moon Pizza servers are trained to be on the lookout for the arrival of tiny diners, who are immediately served a plate of pizza dough so they can make their own dough creation. When the creation is ready, servers take it away to bake into a mini masterpiece. The children’s menu features a cheese or pepperoni pizza with small soda and a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Smyrna and Marietta.
Best known for its “Buffalo Style” pizza, this joint is worth a visit. The signature square slices offer a pleasant departure from the usual pizzeria fare, and they offer a wide selection of Italian dishes. Galla’s even has an “oil base” option for kids who don’t like tomato sauce. The Italian doughnuts and classic cannolis on the dessert menu are also sure to catch their appetites. Chamblee, Sandy Springs and Norcross.
Chef Luca Varuni brings his Italian heritage and Neapolitan training to Atlanta with this pizza place. The wide-open kitchen lets the kids see pizza chefs at work-tossing the dough in the air and covering the pizza with colorful toppings. Midtown and Krog Street Market.
The pizza is flavor-packed and the restaurant offers options such as the Carmen’s Own and The Vintage. Friends and Family Nights are Mondays and Tuesdays for $4 off any large cheese pizza and $2 off any large salad. In the evenings, they seat families more to one side of the restaurant, making one side of the restaurant more family friendly. Dunwoody, Milton and Chamblee.
These pies bring you straight to Italy—the crust is thin, crispy and flash baked in the pizza oven for authentic flavor. The owner traveled far and wide to find the perfect pizza recipe, and even details the cooking process on his website. The restaurant also serves a children’s pasta option, if the kids aren’t feeling pizza. Buckhead.
Get ready to choose your own flavor adventure at Your Pie, a fast-casual pizza eatery. The highly customized, hand-tossed personal pizza, or “pie,” is baked inside an Italian brick oven right in front of your eyes. Kids will love choosing their own toppings and having gelato after dinner. Multiple Atlanta locations.
This traditional Neapolitan pizzeria is centered around two 6,000 pound wood-burning brick ovens imported from Italy. Atlanta.
This family owned and operated restaurant uses fresh herbs and vegetables with dough bread made fresh daily. Atlanta.
Sapori Di Napoli
The Neopolitan pizza is great and the Insalata Mista Sapori is an Atlanta favorite. Decatur.
Campania Pizzeria Napoletana
Besides pizza, this restaurant offers pasta, soup and salad, paninis and delicious desserts, including tiramisu and gelato. Alpharetta and Milton.
The food is Italian inspired with dishes reflecting what’s in season and local. Decatur.
You can’t go wrong with this venerable Atlanta establishment. Seven Atlanta locations.
Try one of their delicious pizzas with hand milled tomato sauce and locally produced fior di latte mozzarella. Atlanta.
Enjoy a slice of New York style pizza, calzone, subs, salads or dessert. Marietta.
Marietta Pizza Company
Specialty pizzas include the BBQ Chicken without tomato sauce or The Works with pepperoni, sausage, meatballs, mushrooms, onions, peppers and olives. Marietta Square and Due West.
Opened in 1991 in Downtown Atlanta, they’ve been tossing great pizza, salads, and subs since. Atlanta.
With a renovated expanded space, this spot in Kirkwood with thin crust pizza is great for families. Atlanta.