Get a Slice of the Action: Six Local Pizzerias that Aren’t in a Chain

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Pizza Places

Sonoma County is more than just wineries. Its small business pride and farm fresh produce also make for some great eats, and pizza is no exception. If you’re looking for a delicious local pizza, check out these places.

Sal’s New Yorker Pizza, Cotati

At the end of the line of shops in downtown Cotati, you’ll find Sal’s New Yorker Pizza. The family-run pizzeria specializes in New York style pizza with thin crust. They also will deliver within five miles for only $3.

Old Chicago Pizza, Petaluma

For incredible deep dish pizza, head to Old Chicago Pizza in downtown Petaluma. Located in the Historic Lanmart Building, the old fashioned dining room and amazing pizza make it a unique dining experience.

The Red Grape, Sonoma

Located just off of the Sonoma Plaza, The Red Grape offers delicious thin-crust pizza baked in a traditional brick oven. They also use many locally sourced ingredients. Try one of their unique pizzas like Pears and Gorgonzola or Prosciutto and Goat Cheese.

Caprara’s Pizzeria, Penngrove

Caprara’s Pizzeria is a family-owned restaurant in the little town of Penngrove. They make everything fresh daily with locally-sourced ingredients for fresh and flavorful pizza. Come check them out next time you stroll through downtown.

Hippizzazz, Sebastopol

The family-owned Hippizzazz in Sebastopol offers gourmet pizza with organic crust made fresh daily. Their gluten free crust is highly praised and they offer vegan options as well.

Gio’s Pizza, Santa Rosa

The locally-owned Gio’s Pizza in Santa Rosa offers classic and special pizzas with homemade sauce. They also have gluten free and vegan options. Be sure to try their Mac & Cheese pizza—Alfredo sauce, mac & cheese, bacon, and green onions.