If you want to discover more beautiful spots for food when you visit Paris, we’ve listed lots on our Paris Museums Guide! No need to fly to Naples, Milan, or Rome in Italy to find authentic Italian pizza! The pizza scene in Paris has actually greatly improved in the past few years. Whether you like them really thin and simple, or creative and elaborate, we have listed our top selection of authentic Italian pizza in Paris. GOOD Pizza is always a good choice, whether you travel as a family, as a couple, or even on your own. We’ve got you covered! Read on to discover our list of 8 absolute BEST authentic Italian pizza in Paris.
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Pizza in Paris #1: Daroco
Daroco made big buzz when they opened a few months ago. To start with, the restaurant is nested in the heart of the Opera district, not too far from the Louvre and near beautiful Galerie Vivienne. The restaurant decor is really fancy, with mirrors covering the ceiling. Don’t miss the hidden secret cocktail bar at the back! Perfect for a romantic night or business dinner with drinks.
Address: 6 Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris
Pizza in Paris #2: Iovine’s
At INSIDR, we are fond of IOVINE’s pizza selection. At IOVINE’s, everything is locally sourced and organic. The pizza dough has exactly the right texture and bubbly crunch. If you prefer to enjoy pizza at your apartment or hotel in Paris, IOVINE’s also offers take away and delivery.
Address: 7Bis Rue du Colonel Driant, Paris, 75001
Pizza in Paris #3: Popolare
Popolare is a newly opened branch of the super-successful Parisian foodie startup Big Mama. Here at Popolare, it’s all about pizza. The setting is warm and authentic, and the decor is really instagram-able! But don’t get me wrong, the joy is in your plate. The pizza selection is wonderful, as well as the selection of antipasti to start or complement your dish.
Address: 111 Rue Réaumur, 75002
Pizza in Paris #4: Grazie
Grazie was one of the first to rejuvenate the pizza scene in Paris. The New York style decor of this chic restaurant makes a perfect setting for a nice dinner in the Bastille / Marais area of Paris. The pizza is simply delicious. If you are lucky enough, you’ll get to sit on the comfy leather sofas near the windows. Grazie is perfect for a couple, and even families with kids.
Address: 91 Boulevard Beaumarchais, 75003
Pizza in Paris #5: Il Brigante
Il Brigante is a hidden gem at the back of the Montmartre hill in the North of Paris and here it’s all about pizza pizza pizza. Don’t expect a fancy decor, a vast seating area, and top notch service. The chef is preparing and baking the pizza right on front of your eyes. The ambiant smell is a delight! However, you better get there a little early for the dinner service, as this super tiny restaurant can only accommodate a handful of pizza lovers!
Address: 14 Rue de Ruisseau, 75018
Pizza in Paris #6: La Felicita
La Felicita is the new gem of the Big Mama group. It is located in the redeveloping 13th district inside Station F, the European temple of innovation and startups. There are various self-service stations to choose from, including a delicious authentic Italian pizza corner. The menu changes very frequently here. La Felicita has also a nice covered terrace outside, as well as extensive seating options. La Felicita is a great option with friends, kids, and even for solo pizza enthusiasts.
Address: 5 Parvis Alan Turing, 75013
Pizza in Paris #7: Popine
Popine was created a couple of years ago and is our absolute favorite spot for pizza in the North-Eastern part of Paris. The pizzaiolo Gennaro Nasti is from Naples, which is usually a good sign of quality and authenticity for pizza fans! Popine’s pizza have that perfect balance of texture and flavor. A must if you happen to stay or visit the Belleville area of Paris.
Address: 108 Bouelvard de Ménilmontant, 75020
Pizza in Paris #8: Louie Louie
Louie Louie is a wonderful pizza spot in Paris in the foodie rue de Charonne. All ingredients served here are locally sourced in Italy. The decor is simple, but the pizzas here are actually quite elaborate. Staff are caring and friendly. If you like wine, don’t miss the neighbouring natural wine bar Cave de Septime on the other side of the road 😉
Address: 78 Rue de Charonne, 75011