Favorite Places to Eat Pizza in Dripping Springs, TX

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Favorite Places to Eat Pizza in Dripping Springs, TX

The Texas Hill Country is known for BBQ and tacos, but the bustling town of Dripping Springs has developed a reputation for perfecting the third side of the Texas food triangle by mastering cheesy and delicious pizza that comes in all shapes and sizes. From massive NY-style pies to delicate wood-fired Neapolitans to authentic Italian favorites, Dripping Springs residents and visitors love a slice of pepperoni almost as much as they love a slice of fatty brisket or bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast tacos. So, here are the best pizza spots in town, with a little extra cheese on top.



This family-owned, insanely popular pizza restaurant makes delicious, wood-fired Neopolitan pizzas that are made from scratch on sourdough crust. The pizzas are bubbled, charred, pliant through the center, and topped with selections like funky blue cheese and gooey bacon marmalade. Locals tip: order a side of pastrami, you won’t be disappointed. Online ordering only at this time.


Suds Monkey Brewing Co. serves build-your-own and specialty pie options with toppings that include chicken, pepperoni, sausage, ham, peppers, onions, mushrooms, and sauces. They even use a yeast culture from their brewing process to proof their NY style pizza dough. Suds Monkey also offers wings and breakfast stromboli. To-go, delivery, or dine-in.


Pizza Cave offers a great variety of specialty pies and build-your-own ones. Located at a new location off East Highway 290, the pizzeria provides New York-style pizza and casual Italian dining with an incredible view of the Hill Country. Dine-in, delivery, or to-go.


If you’re looking for a place to grab great pizza and great beer, look no further than Jester King Brewery. While most famously known for their brews, the brewery also makes gorgeous wood-fired pizzas with a thick, chewy outer crust that gets a lot of char bubbles. The pizzas a variety of classics, but also offer more uncommon toppings like curry, potato, paneer, cilantro, chili aioli. To-go, dine-in (reservations required).


Once a gas station with strictly breakfast and lunch counter service, the very popular diner in Driftwood is now a full-service restaurant that serves up wood-fired pizza. There’s a spacious outdoor seating area and bar where you can usually catch live music on the weekends. To-go, curbside, and dine-in.


Hailed as an old Drippin’ favorite, Grand Slam has maintained the charm and commitment to quality since the day it’s opened its doors many years ago. Run and operated by the same sweet family for the last 20 years, order a whole pie, or peruse the buffet where you’ll find pizza, a salad bar and wings. Dine-in, to-go, or delivery.


One of the only few eateries in town that serves wood-fired pizza, Route 12 offers a variety of specialty pies, as well as gluten-free crusts. Located in a quaint shopping center, this eatery caters to the whole family. Order online, dine-in, or to-go.


Located in the HEB shopping center, Hill Country Ranch serves up traditional and authentic pizza with classic toppings as well as bolder choices like basil pesto, corn, asparagus, artichoke hearts, diced tomato, black olives, and cashews. Dine-in, delivery, to-go.


Carmela’s is a family-owned traditional Italian café that offers an age-old cuisine that has been passed down over generations. The cozy café also has a full bar as well as a great selection of wines. Dine-in, or to-go.


Part of the Mandola Italian Kitchen family, the incredibly scenic Trattoria Lisina serves traditional Italian offerings that represent the soul of Italy. Enjoy a glass of wine while you wait for your traditional pizza from nearby Duchman Family Winery. Dine-in or to-go.


Located on the grounds of the wine-country destination, Camp Lucy, the upscale restaurant only offers two different pies on their menu but both carry their weight. Enjoy either the cheddar mozz with fried garlic or the bacon and mushroom jam made with mozzarella, taleggio, arugula, and truffle oil. Dine-in or to-go.


Enjoy delicious pizza in a gorgeous Hill Country setting at the outdoor Oak Grove at Family Business Beer Co.! FBBC is taking online table reservations for parties of up to 6 people. Family Farmhouse Pizza food truck serves up artisanal pizzas from classic pepperoni and fresh Italian mozzarella pizza with house made red sauce to more sophisticated pizzas like hand pulled Italian mozzarella with roasted mushrooms and fresh pressed garlic, crispy prosciutto and creamy goat cheese topped with fresh arugula and an EVOO drizzle. Outdoor dine-in, or to-go.

As with all businesses right now, be sure to call ahead to make sure each restaurant or truck is still open or if there are updates on current offerings and service models, as things are changing constantly.
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