Finding the perfect pizza place can be tricky. Depending on whether you like your pizza thin or thick, saucy or lightly-sauced, cheese-only or piled with toppings toppings available, here are some of the best pizza places in Fort Lauderdale.

Luigi's Coal Oven Pizzarea

For high-quality Italian food, look no further than Luigi's Coal Oven Pizzeria in Las Olas. Luigi brings authentic Naples pizza flavor to the South Florida area with his coal-baked pizzas.

Luigi's "Capriccioso" is a must-try, topped with mushrooms, salami, olives, tomato sauce, and mozzarella. Their coal oven is so out-of-this-world, even their Fish of the Day is baked in it! Pro tip: Luigi's is small, so it can get a little crowded on busier nights!

Dolce Salato Pizza & Gelato

For classic Italian-style pizza, Dolce Salato Pizza & Gelato is the spot for you. Not only is their pizza divine, but their gelato is worth trying if you make a visit to Dolce Salato.

The pizza is served with paper plates, but don't let that put you off- their pizza is nothing short of an extraordinary experience! They also have a great wine selection that pairs perfectly with the pies.

Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza

Ready... set... MATCH between the two coal-fired pizza places on our list! Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza also serves up delicious and authentic Italian-style pizza cooked perfectly in their coal-fired oven. They deliver their signature "well done" taste to over 60 locations across the country. Not only is their pizza delicious, but their wings are also amazing.

Carcione's Pizza

When traveling to Carcione's Pizza, it's not quite a yellow brick road. If the area Carcione's is located in seems like a dead-end, don't let this put you off. Their food is not worth missing out on.

Their pizza, wings, calzones and even the house salad are all exceptional. The garlic knots, however, are a real crowd-pleaser! The Mediterranean Pizza is a must-try with fresh eggplant, fennel, and Italian sausage.

Pizza Craft Artisan Pizzeria

With “00” flour, imported tomatoes, homemade mozzarella, and local and seasonal produce, Pizza Craft puts authentic ingredients at the forefront of all of their dishes, including homemade pastas, Italian specialties, salads, and a wide selection of imported charcuterie and cheeses from the world's best artistans. The Bacon & Potato is a must-try with scallion cream, fingerling potato, gruyere, fontina, smoked bacon, caramelized onion, and scallion.

Whether it's pizza or a calzone, there's plenty of other options that will meet your cravings at all of these places in Fort Lauderdale.

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