National Pizza Day! Top 10 Pizza Places on Yelp in Worcester

 by Patrick SargentFebruary 9, 2019

It's National Pizza Day!

The argument over who has the best pizza in Worcester is one that could go on without ending. With hundreds of pizza places throughout the city, there's no shortage of options wherever you may live.

ThisWeekinWorcester.com has filtered through the crowd-sourced review website Yelp.com to put together a list of the 10 highest-rated pizza places in Worcester.

It's no surprise that the West Side and other college areas are well-represented, but what do you think? Did the Worcester Yelp users get it right?

#10 - Boomer's Pizza, Sub & Deli - 93 Highland St. 

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#9 - Brattle Stop Pizza & Market - 1 Brattle St.

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# 8 - Antonio's - 268 Chandler St. 

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# 7 - Worcester Pizza Factory - 75 Maywood St.

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#6 - Newton Square Pizza - 712 Pleasant St. 

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#5 - Corner Grille - 806 Pleasant St.

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#4 - The Boynton Restaurant & Spirits - 117 Highland St. 

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#3 - Dacosta's Pizza Bakery - 40 Millbrook St.

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#2 - Fantastic Pizza & Cafe - 910 Main St.

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#1 - Fratelli's Corner Crust Pizzeria - 186 Stafford St. 

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