Where to get the best pizza in Indianapolis, IN

October is National Pizza Month, so we’re sharing our list of some of the best pizza spots in Indy.

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Futuro’s Detroit-style deep dish is a must-try.

Photo by @theethanriddle via @futuroindy

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Slice, slice baby. Did you know that October is National Pizza Month? That’s why we’re rounding up our picks for the best pizza in Indy.

New Bethel Ordinary, 8838 Southeastern Ave.

Baked in brick deck ovens, you can’t go wrong with the classic taste of New Bethel Ordinary’s pizzas. But did you know that NBO is also known for its burgers and wings? We love the signature Bourbon Cola flavor. Plus, NBO offers gluten-free crust options + take and bake menu items.

Futuro, 19 Cruse St. + Grump’s Slice Stop, 2201 E. 46th St.

Known for its Detroit-style deep dish pizza, Futuro has made a name for itself in Indy. For those who don’t love deep dish, thin crust and gluten-free crust options are also offered. Plus the owners of Futuro recently opened NY-style Grump’s Slice Stop (2201 E. 46th St.) — a casual, counter-service stop that serves huge slices ranging from $5-7.

Bazbeaux Pizza, Multiple locations

With three locations and plenty of history behind its namesake, Bazbeaux is truly an Indianapolis icon. It offers a wide variety of toppings, ranging from traditional to exotic + also has a large menu of specialty pizzas. Be sure to check out the full menu.

Jockamo’s Upper Crust Pizza, Multiple locations

Pizza, salads, sandwiches — you name it, Jockamo’s has it. This pizzeria has a large selection of unique specialty pizzas like the creole and the chicken broccoli alfredo. It even has breakfast-style “Hangover Pizzas” served all day Saturday + Sunday.

Pizza King, Multiple locations

Whether you want to go with a classic cheese pizza or try one of the feast pizzas, Pizza King has a taste recognizable to any Indy pizza lover. It’s been around for over 60 years, and is known for its pizzas being “good to the very edge.” Feeling adventurous? Try one of the non-traditional sauce options, like nacho cheese or sriracha ranch.

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