My parisian life


Pizza in Paris could sound like a faux pas – but let’s be honest one of the international comfort food comes thin, or thick crusted and enjoyed all over, including the French capital. And like I’ve mentioned before French folks actually eat a lot of Italian food (oh my god I’m so happy the whole Mozzarella buffalo craze is over. Or is it)

Anyhoooos, every time I go to Italy I’m like a little brat who complains there’s just too much pasta and pizza, but I’ve literally had the Pizza of my life in Naples and very few places come close to that in Paris. But with such high standards, I’ve tried to share really good tasting Pizza spots, most well-known by the Italian community here but also some that are kind of like hole in the walls and come snazzy cocktail bars too.

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We’ve rounded our list of best place places to eat Pizza (and Italian) in Paris. Let me know what you’d add to the list, eh.

Lucky Luciano – (10th Arr.)


one of the more well-known and the one on the petit ecuries is well surrounded if you want to bar hop. Seats are on the terrace for a nice summer evening. Portions are huge and equivalent to what you’ll find in Italy.

Address: 1 Cour des Petites Ecuries, 75010 Paris


Thursday 12 – 2:30PM, 7-  11:30PM
Friday 12 -2:30PM, 7- 11:30PM
Saturday 12 – 11:30PM
Sunday 12 – 11:30PM
Monday 12 – 2:30PM, 7- 11:30PM
Tuesday 12 – 2:30PM, 7- 11:30PM
Wednesday 12 -2:30PM, 7 -11:30PM

Sette – (10th Arr.)

on a trendy street. tiny, but authentic, thin-crusted and yummy. You can also order online via Deliveroo, Foodora and Uber Eats.

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Address: 38 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Paris

Baretto di Edgar – (2nd Arr.)

The sister restaurant to the uber cool boutique Hotel Edgar, somewhat upscale in the evenings and great place to have a work lunch.

Address: 14 Rue d’Alexandrie, 75002 Paris


Thursday 12- 2:30PM, 7 – 10:30PM
Friday 12 – 2:30PM, 7 – 10:30PM
Saturday 6- 10:30PM
Sunday Closed
Monday 12 – 2:30PM
Tuesday 12 – 2:30PM, 7 – 10:30PM
Wednesday 12 – 2:30PM, 7 – 10:30PM

Louis Louis – (11th Arr.)

Pizza cocktails mix par excellence in the cool Rue de Charonne. Quality ingredients but the space can get a bit noisy at nighttime.

Address: 78 Rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris
Thursday 12 – 2:30PM, 7- 11:30PM
Friday 12 – 2:30PM, 7 – 11:30PM
Saturday 12 – 2:30PM, 7 – 11:30PM
Sunday 12 – 2:30PM, 7- 11:30PM
Monday 12 – 2:30PM, 7 – 11:30PM
Tuesday 12 – 2:30PM, 7- 11:30PM
Wednesday 12 – 2:30PM, 7- 11:30PM

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Daroco – (2nd Arr.)

A modern itialian restuarant best for a group dinner in a chic setting with a great wine selection that runs quite deep on the pockets. Close to BNF.

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Address: 6 Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris


Thursday 12PM- 12AM
Friday 12PM – 12AM
Saturday 12PM – 12AM
Sunday 12PM – 12AM
Monday 12PM – 12AM
Tuesday 12PM – 12AM
Wednesday 12PM – 12AM

East Mamma – (11th Arr.)

 truffle lovers unite!! the creme de la creme of all – Mozzarella di Bufala and all – you’ll probably have to wait a while to be seated. But it’s oh so worth it. The best ingredients and the staff if here to please. Try the house wine – it’s actually pretty cool!
Address: 133 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, 75011 Paris


Thursday 12:15     2:30PM, 7 – 10:45PM
Friday 12:15    2:30PM, 7- 11PM
Saturday 12:15  4PM, 7 – 11PM
Sunday 12:15    4PM, 7- 11PM
Monday 12:15   2:30PM, 7- 10:45PM
Tuesday 12:15    2:30PM, 7 – 10:45PM
Wednesday 12:1   2:30PM, 7- 10:45PM

Pizzeria Iovine’s Paris – (1st Arr.)

One of the best quality for price pizza places that all foodies will love.
Address: 7Bis Rue du Colonel Driant, 75001 Paris


Thursday 12-3PM, 7:30 – 11PM
Friday 12-3PM, 7:30 -11PM
Saturday 12-3PM, 7:30-11PM
Sunday 12-3PM, 7:30-11PM
Monday 12-3PM, 7:30-11PM
Tuesday 12-3PM, 7:30-11PM
Wednesday 12-3PM, 7:30-11PM

Da Vito

Gets quite crowded and may have to wait a bit, but one of the best pizza places in paris. Not great for the drinks – but you can have a pre-dinner cocktail while you wait in the back.
Address: 5 Rue Sedaine, 75011 Paris


Thursday 12-2:30PM, 7PM-12AM
Friday 12-2:30PM, 7PM-12AM
Saturday 12-2:30PM, 7PM-12AM
Sunday 7-11:30PM
Monday 12-2:30PM, 7-11:30PM
Tuesday 12-2:30PM, 7-11:30PM
Wednesday 12-2:30PM, 7-11:30PM

Amici Miei

You won’t be able to make a reservation here so show up early. One of the best Italian restaurants in central paris.
Address: 44 Rue Saint-Sabin, 75011 Paris


Thursday 12-2:30PM, 7:30-11PM
Friday 12-2:30PM, 7:30-11PM
Saturday 12-2:30PM, 7:30-11PM
Sunday Closed
Monday Closed
Tuesday 12-2:30PM, 7:30-11PM
Wednesday 12-2:30PM, 7:30-11PM
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