What is Pan Pizza?

Ever notice how pan pizzas are crispier than the rest? That’s because pizzas cooked in a pan are practically fried during the baking process by the oil that lines the metal sheet.

Pan pizzas literally come in all shapes and sizes – Detroit-style pan pizzas boasts a thick crust, while others like Chicago thin-crust and bar pizzas keep a low profile.

Wondering which pan pizza is right for you? Try ‘em all to find out.

Pan Pizza Near You

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Chicago's Pizza With A Twist logo

Merone's Buon Appetito logo

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Buon Appetito logo

Zaytoon Pizzeria logo


Pan Pizza in Chicago

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Mr V's Pizza logo

Panino's Pizza logo

Papa Joe's Pizza logo

Villa Palermo logo

Ranalli's of Andersonville logo


Pan Pizza in Brooklyn

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Billy's Pizza & Pasta logo

Pino's La Forchetta Pizza logo

Pete's Pizzeria & Restaurant logo

Nicky's Pizza logo

Buonissima Pizza logo


Pan Pizza in Staten Island

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Pan Pizza in New York

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Pan Pizza in Philadelphia

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FAQ

Q: 🍕Is pan pizza the same thing as deep dish pizza?

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Q: 🍕Does pan pizza always have a thick crust?

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