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PizzaDowntown$10-$25 First Plates 

Winner of 2011’s Best of Austin Critics Pick for Best Dinner Destination on a Damp, Cold Night, this place is about as authentically Italian as you can get without jumping on a plane to Parma. Antipasti, Neopolitan pizza, and a good wine list make for good shelter here.

507 San Jacinto, 512/474-9899

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Baris Pasta & Pizza

Italian, PizzaNorth$10-$25

This is your basic family-style Italian restaurant, where the portions are large, the prices are ridiculously low, and the quality is fine.

1501 W. Pecan, Pflugerville, 512/989-8900

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Blue Baker

PizzaNorth$10-$25

Pizza, yes, but the breads and pastries are the real stars of the show here. The sandwiches are impressive, too. Check the calendar for rotating daily specials such as the chocolate cherry bread.

10000 Research, 512/346-2583

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Brick Oven Restaurant

Italian, PizzaDowntown$10-$25

This restaurant serves some of the best homestyle thin-crust pizzas (including plenty of gluten-free options) and has Italian lunch specials that can be enjoyed alfresco.

1209 Red River, 512/477-7006

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Brick Oven Restaurant

Italian, PizzaNorth$10-$25

This isn't just some of the best pizza in town; there's a full menu of gluten-free options complementing the traditional, filling pasta dishes, all with a personal touch.

10710 Research #310, 512/345-6181

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Bufalina

PizzaLower East First Plates 

This tiny, elegant Neapolitan-style pizzeria is always packed, but worth the wait. On any given night, there are about half a dozen pizzas on the menu, subject to seasonality and availability of ingredients; the mushroom pie is a special treat.

1519 E. Cesar Chavez, 512/524-2523

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Bufalina Due

PizzaMidtown

Second location of the elegant, obsessed-over Neopolitan-style pizzeria.

6555 Burnet Rd., 512/215-8662

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Cajun Pizza Place

PizzaNorth

From crispy thin-crust pizza with traditional toppings, to appetizers and entrées with a distinctive Cajun flair. Go SAINTS!

6001 W. Parmer #440, 512/291-7997

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California Pizza Kitchen

PizzaNorth

Well, Wolfgang Puck's former pizza chef, actually. Was responsible for this menu in the beginning. Which is why it's still a good thing, chainwise.

3401 Esperanza Crossing, 512/836-4400

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California Pizza Kitchen

PizzaWest Austin and Lakeway

We blame Wolfgang Puck, basically. Which is not a bad thing at all.

2901 Capital of TX Hwy. N. (Barton Creek Mall), 512/327-6905

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Cane Rosso

PizzaSouth

Red skies at morning, sailors take warning. Red dog at any time, citizens prepare for some of the best Italian noms around. The C.R. is one of those rare places that adheres to the strict pizza-making principles of Associazone Verace Pizza. They ain't just messin' around, capisce?

4715 S. Lamar #103, 512/904-0534

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Chuck E. Cheese's

PizzaNorth

10515 N Mopac Exp, 512/372-4700

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Chuck E. Cheese's

PizzaSouth

9811 S I-35, 512/282-5000

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CiCi's Pizza

PizzaNorth

5635 N. I-35, 512/453-4488

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CiCi's Pizza

PizzaNorth

9717 N. Lamar, 512/873-8800

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