ADHD version: Thin crust, fresh ingredients, very busy – avoid downtown location, $13-25 for a 12″ pizza, try some prosciutto


Pizzeria Bianco, founded by Chris Bianco has become one of the top rated pizzerias in the United States. I wanted to find out what all the hype was about. Pizzeria Bianco has two locations, both are located in Phoenix, Arizona. I visited both. It is well known around town that the downtown Phoenix location is always very packed. The other location, in a plaza named “Town and Country”, is a lot more relaxed and far from busy. This is the one I recommend, since you won’t have to wait 2+ hours to get a seat. Most people wait 2.5 hours to get seated at Pizzeria Bianco downtown Phoenix, even with an RSVP.


The staff was very friendly and even offered to seat me at the wine bar before eating. I skipped the wine and went straight to business. At the less busy location, we ordered 9 pizzas. The prosciutto on marinara and garlic was fabulous. Imagine very thin pizza with a pleasant crunch, plus fresh tomatoes, chopped garlic, and the finest prosciutto I’ve seen in a while. It’s damn good. We also ordered the Margherita pizza, which featured fresh mozzarella cheese, and it was to die for. The bread leaves that flour residue on your hands, and I love that.

We paid about $20 for the prosciutto pizzas and $15 for the Margherita pizzas. At 12″, that does come in on the pricier side of things, but you really can’t get any better than this for thin crust, fresh pizza. Avoid the long wait times by visiting the “Town and Country” location listed on their website.



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