A Nice Slice – Billings’ Best Pizza: Our Top 5
Is there anyone who doesn't love a good slice of pizza? Whether you're into meat lovers, supreme or cheese, it's hard to turn down a great slice of pizza pie. The question is where to get it from. We've talked about it around the station and have decided on our top 5 pizza places in town.
Ask any Billings or Laurel local, and they can tell you about their trips to Little Big Men as a child. Whether you prefer a Claimjumper, TNT, a MotherLoad, or even if you're just there to pick up some world famous "9 Fingers Mustard," this classic pizzeria and saloon brings back fond memories for many of us. We just wish the Billings location was still here, but the pizza is still worth the trip to Laurel.
Hey, as long as we're talking about Laurel, we can't leave out Pitts Pizza! You can't beat the dough that's made from scratch every single day. If you're in a hurry, you can always snag one of their Take-n-Bake pizzas on the way home. This is another one we wish he had right in Billings, but we're not opposed to making a pizza run to Laurel.
If you're into thin crust pizza, Guido's is definitely the place to go. This classic pizzeria still uses the brick oven to cook the thinnest, most delicious pizzas in town. They make much more than your standard types of pizzas. Make sure you try the "White Lightning" Pizza, with garlic, artichokes, tomatoes, basil and bacon.
If you're a fan of Chicago style pizza, then you already know how delicious Old Chicago is. Locally owned by Don and Shavon Cape, Old Chicago is a great place to go if you're planning on sitting down with the family for dinner. With events like beer tours, holiday parties, and plenty of televisions, you should definitely bring the family out to this great restaurant for some great pizza.
Yeah, it's a chain restaurant. But you know what, sometimes you just need something fast and easy to take home and chow down. The Billings' Pizza Huts are locally owned and make quality pizza really fast. We love this classic pizza place, mainly because it's fast, cheap, and super tasty. What more can you ask for?