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Indianapolis Pizzas You Should Know by Name

This is our running list of notable Indy area pizzas that have real name recognition! This post will be updated to keep it current. Are we missing your favorite? Make your case on Instagram @indypizzablog or email indypizzablog@gmail.com.


The Trap Pizza

The Missing Brick - Shrimp, Crab, Mozzarella, Topped w/ Foodlovetog's Young Bae Spice, garnished with fresh parsley and green onion. Feat. Chef Oya's OG Garlic Herb Trap Buttah. This one-of-a-kind pizza has its own day (Trap Thursday) and national recognition.


Campfire

Puccini's Pizza & Pasta - Smoked sausage, sweet onion marmalade, gorgonzola & fresh rosemary. Out of town visitors ask for this pizza by name.


The Destroyer

King Dough - Red sauce, aged mozzarella, rosemary, basil, garlic, goat cheese, king dough Italian sausage, Mike's Hot Honey. The name locals shout at you when they find out you still haven't tried King Dough.


Sweet Lil' Razorback

Puccini’s Pizza & Pasta ‑ Pepperoni, smoked sausage, bacon, with a lil’ basil & garlic.

If you mention Puccini's anywhere online someone will scream this to you in the comments.


More coming soon, I told you this was a running list! 😄 All original photos by Indy Pizza Blog.

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