7 Best Spots for Pizza in Shakopee
Pepperoni, mozzarella, prosciutto, pickles: whether you’re looking for something simple in a laid-back setting or a creative gourmet pie, here are the best spots for pizza in Shakopee.
Beer and pizza are a perfect match, and at Mana Brewing you can get both craft beer and artisan stone-fired pizza made on-site. The menu of 10-inch pizzas includes classics like margherita and supreme, as well as unique pies like a bacon, egg, sausage, and hollandaise-topped breakfast pizza offered on Sundays. Gluten-free crust is available by request, and kids can get their own 5-inch cheese pizza.
129 Holmes Street S, Suite 100; 952-445-5730; manabrewing.com
Turtle’s Bar and Grill is a local favorite for their thin crust pizzas made with homemade pizza sauce, hand-tossed crust, plenty of high-quality cheese, and sausage made in-house from a special recipe. Build your own pizza from nearly two dozen topping options, or choose from the menu of signature pizzas ranging from the Meat Eater’s Delight to a pickle pizza featuring pickles, and a ranch sauce. Pizzas come in personal, 10-inch, and 14-sizes, and there’s a gluten-free crust available for 10-inch pizzas.
132 First Avenue E; 952-445-9668; turtlesbarandgrill.com
From classic triple cheese to a spicy fajita pizza, there’s something for everyone on the menu of 12-inch wood stone pizzas at McCoy’s Copper Pint. There are some great options for vegetarians, like the smoked gouda and spinach pizza, and if you’re in the mood for something unique try the Hawaiian cheese curd pizza with avocado ranch, cheese curds, ham, chicken, and pineapple. Gluten-free cauliflower crust is available.
1710 Crossings Boulevard; 952-456-8643; mccoyscopperpint.com
For a quick bite, stop by the fast-casual Pasta Zola. Build your own pizza with a choice of crust, over a dozen different sauces, and a slew of meat and vegetable toppings. All sauces and most toppings are gluten-free, and you can get a gluten-free or cauliflower crust. Can’t decide what to order? Try one of the signature pizzas like the Roma, topped with sausage, mushrooms, garlic alfredo sauce, and a balsamic glaze.
8048 Old Carriage Court North; 952-583-0672; pastazola.com
Stonebrooke Golf Club serves several pizzas with a lounge and dining room that offer a view of the golf course, fireplace, and outdoor terrace in the warmer months. The house specialty is a prosciutto and arugula pizza with mozzarella, garlic, and roasted garlic. Meat lovers will appreciate the Carnivore pie with pepperoni, salami, sausage, Canadian bacon, and bacon, and for vegetarians there’s the Funguy with three types of mushrooms, smoked mozzarella, and rosemary. Any pizza can be made into a flatbread or served on a gluten-free crust by request.
2693 County Road 79; 952-496-3171; stonebrooke.com/restaurant/info
Prefer your pizza with a light, crisp crust? Check out the lineup of flatbreads at O’Brien’s Public House. Choose from Thai chicken, margherita, balsamic sausage with apple, and fig with prosciutto. Gluten-free flatbreads are available.
338 First Avenue E; 952-217-5490; obrienspublichousemn.com
Combine bowling with pizza at Shakopee Bowl. The menu features over a dozen extra-large 16-inch pizzas, from a basic extra, extra cheese to taco pizzas to a patty melt-inspired pie with ground beef, caramelized onion, and mayo. There’s also a selection of thin crust flatbread pizzas, made with your choice of red or garlic sauce.
3020 133rd Street W; 952-445-8112; shakopeebowl.com
Shakopee isn’t just a great place to eat, it’s a great place to play and stay! In addition to Canterbury Park, Shakopee is home to Valleyfair and the Minnesota Renaissance Festival, and is conveniently located to area attractions including Mystic Lake Casino, the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, and Chanhassen Dinner Theater.