Best Pizza in Sebastian, Florida – Top 5

Top 5 places for the best pizza in Sebastian places Earl's Hideaway in first place.
Top 5 places for the best pizza in Sebastian places Earl's Hideaway in first place.

SEBASTIAN – Here’s a list of the best pizza restaurants based on several factors, including crust, ingredients, and sauce.

We went all around town to find the best pizza in Sebastian, Florida. Some stood out with consistency while others were hit or miss.

#1 – Earl’s Hideaway – Perfect! The best pizza in Sebastian belongs to Earl’s Hideaway, hands down. It’s New York style with an excellent thin crust. You can eat it there or order for pickup.

#2 – Aunt Louise Pizzeria – Best crust! The crust offers a garlic taste, and their menu offers recipes of Italian pizzeria that can only be found at Aunt Louise’s. Everything was fresh. Location: 13423 U.S. Highway 1, inside the Riverwalk Shopping Center near Publix.

#3 – Danny’s Pizza – We ordered one of their specialty pizza’s, and it was mouth-watering. This is a hidden pizza gem where the Basil Ristorante Italiano used to be. Danny’s is different than the rest. Location: 920 US-1 Suite C.

#4 – Vic’s Pizza Italian Restaurant – Best sauce! Vic’s is one of the original pizza restaurants in Sebastian. It’s a great place to dine, with good old-fashioned Italian cuisine. Their pizza sauce appears to be the best, although their crust seems doughy at times. Location: 1140 U.S. Highway 1.

#5 – Giuseppe’s Pizza – This is another establishment that’s been around since 1983. Customers love their marinara sauce. Some of the ingredients are canned and not fresh (i.e. mushrooms). Location: 935 Sebastian Blvd.

TJ’s New York Style Pizzeria didn’t make our top 5, but they offer a good pizza. It’s similar to Earl’s, but with a unique style. Great for carryout. Location: 967 Sebastian Blvd.

What happened to Papa Johns, Little Caesars Pizza, and Dominos? They just didn’t do well in our Best Pizza list. They can’t compete with the small mom & pops in Sebastian.

Overall, we can’t say that any pizza was bad. They were all delicious and worth the price. There wasn’t one pizza in Sebastian that we didn’t eat.

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About Andy Hodges
Andy Hodges grew up in Jupiter, Florida where he began his career in radio and TV broadcasting for over 12 years. He would make a career change to computer programming. Andy spent seven years working for tech companies in Atlanta before moving to Indian River County in 2002. He returned to the news sector in 2005 as a writer. Andy joined Sebastian Daily in 2016 as our editor in chief.