Grab a Slice of the Best Pizza in West Houston

Houston has an amazing food scene. With some of the best bbq in the country, and international chefs vying for a place at the proverbial Houston table, you have your pick of delicious delicacies. But sometimes you want to go with the old standby: pizza. It’s so simple, yet so versatile. And there’s not a person alive who doesn’t like it. Here are the best local pizza places in West Houston.

Barry’s Pizza and Italian Diner

Let’s just start out this list by saying that when we say pizza, we aren’t talking Dominos or Papa Johns. We mean real, fresh, handmade pizza made by local companies with local ingredients. And Barry’s fits that description. Barry’s is a family-owned establishment that has been serving the Houston community for over 35 years. They are a staple of the neighborhood, with a popular happy hour, game day events, and kids night complete with face painting and balloon animals.

Tastee Pizza

This unique pizzeria blends the traditional pizza flavors of Italy with the bold spices of South Asia into a flavor combination that must be tried to be believed. Tastee Pizza serves up such singular slices as the Chicken Bihari pizza, which is covered with chicken marinated in spices from the Bihari region of India, then topped with onions and jalapenos. Or try the Chapli Kabab pizza, which is halal beef marinated in Peshawari Chapli Kabab spices with onions and jalapenos. Basically, there are a lot of onions and jalapenos involved. Delicious!

Jenny’s Pizza and Pasta

What they lack in technological savvy (they appear to have two different websites, here and here), they make up for in just good, straightforward pizza. There’s plenty of special deals for the budget minded, although to be honest, the prices are pretty dang low to begin with.

Antonio’s Flying Pizza and Italian Restaurant

Antonio’s is a true American success story. Antonio was born and raised in Sicily, Italy. He eventually took the journey that so many before him had and came to America in 1959. Once here, he set up a restaurant in Brooklyn selling pizza at 15 cents a slice. In 1971, he made his way to Houston, longing to bring the authentic taste of southern Italy to the Lone Star State. His children now own and operate the restaurant based on Antonio’s original recipes and ideals. You won’t find a more original Italian pie in the city.

Too tired to make dinner? Now you’ve got plans. The beauty is these places all deliver. Pizza’s here!

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