An Introduction to Flaming Pizza

Flaming Pizza in Austin lets you make your own custom pizza with all your favorite toppings, sauces, and cheeses. In addition to a handful of pre-curated specialty pizzas, Flaming Pizza also offers a few options for sides and desserts. Located on the north side of Austin, TX, Flaming Pizza has mostly positive reviews from Google. Additionally, it was recently included in the FoodBoss Experience’s 2020 Best Pizza Restaurants in Austin article. If you’re looking for a tasty pie in Austin, Flaming Pizza definitely delivers.

The Restaurant

Here is a quick overview of Flaming Pizza from Google Reviews:

Flaming Pizza

3220 Feathergrass Ct #140, Austin, TX 78758, United States

Locally-owned counter serve serving classic & specialty pizzas, with gluten-free & vegan options.

Comfort food · Outdoor seating · Quick bite

4.4 Stars, 284 Reviews, Price n/a

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Yelp Reviews

Below are a few reviews from Yelp from Flaming Pizza. Hear from other people who have already eaten at Flaming Pizza to help you determine if this is your next pizza destination in Austin. Read about their experiences so you can know what to expect.

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Review 1:

We were in the area and we had no idea where to eat. After we called a few establishments in the area, we decided upon this place. Background: we're no allium vegetarians (and 1 vegan). The red sauce is allium free (but all the other sauces contain alliums). The dough base is vegan and they also have a gluten free option. I didn't look up the place so I wasn't sure what to expect but as soon as we came upon the place, it's clearly a family friendly establishment. There are many families there and it's a custom pizza place. Basically, it's like the pizza version of chipotle and another version of MOD pizza. They have pizzas you can choose from but you can also create one of your own: just choose a crust, sauce, and toppings. I had lots of fun with my two. I got two large (11 inch) pizzas. They have a decent selection of toppings though they weren't too consistent. I wanted arugula on both but one put it on before the oven and the person in charge of the second one was adamant that arugula goes on top after they were baked (hence one with wilted greens). I didn't mind either way. What's my verdict? Due to our dietary restrictions, we often can only eat at custom pizza places so I've been to my fair share. I enjoyed this one a lot. For one thing, your pizza doesn't go through a conveyor belt. They also have thicker crust (but not that thick - don't worry) than the other places, but they're still crispy. For dough lovers, you can double the crust. Pricing is pretty reasonable - just under $20 for two large pizzas with unlimited toppings. Those three things make them a pretty solid place. Though their toppings aren't bad, the custom pizza place with the best toppings is still &pizza on the east coast. My main complaint? They're local to Austin only and I don't live in Austin. I'd love to visit them again the next time I'm in town!

Review 2:

I came here at 3:30pm with my bf, and we got two 11" pizzas. Waaay too much for me. In retrospect, I shoulda gotten the 7". Anyway, he got the bacon and mushroom, which had white sauce, bacon, and other stuff that I've forgotten by now. For me, I got the white sauce, buffalo milk mozzarella (found out that apparently, buffalo milk is a rich kind of mozzarella, yumm), mushrooms, red onion, and ricotta. Oh, and I also got double dough, which was $2 extra. It was good, but tbh, I felt full after the first slice lmaoo. I was completely full by the time I ate half of the pizza. I'm from the east coast, so my first exposure to the build-your-own-pizza kind of place was &pizza (absolutely LOOOVE that place). I don't think Flaming Pizza can compare to &pizza, but nonetheless, it's a nice build-your-own-pizza place. The interior was okay. There were booth seats, but they looked kinda dirty (random napkins here and there), so we sat at the window seats. Overall, I'd def come back for that double dough and the yummy cheese selections. I might order take out next time just because I'm not a fan of the interior. Glad I checked this place out, because I can add it to the list of restaurants-I-order-takeout-from-when-I'm-too-lazy-too-cook!

Review 3:

Ordered via Lunch drop to deliver at my work place and am glad I decided to give this place a try.  Love that I can build my own pizza with what ever toppings I want at no extra cost.  The crust is thin and absolutely perfect with the balanced ratio of chew to crunch crust - so yummy.  I ordered all three types of mozzarella on mine (that is some cheesy goodness) on top of the white creamy sauce which I really cannot taste but I know lends some creaminess to the pizza so its not dried out. I also chose the sweet fennel sausage, bacon, and ham for my protein. All of  which are crumbled really small and diced really small - would have been better being a tad bit bigger crumbles but good all the same and they meat is not greasy which is I prefer. For veggies I chose  grape tomatoes, jalapenos, mushrooms, kalamata olives, pineapple, and capers.  These are much bigger pieces and very fresh.  The jalapenos are spicy though, not tamed - which is fine with me.  The only thing I regret about the veggie choices is the grape tomatoes - which are halved and fairly large pieces. Overall, I really like this pizza and plan to visit the restaurant to try other menu items. Pros: No extra charges for the variety and amount of toppings, crust, Ovalini and Buffalo mozzarella, capers, quality of protein and veggies, and pineapple ratio (didn't spare but not too much - perfect amount) Cons: large veggie vs tiny protein pieces - needs more balance. I hope Lunch Drop keeps this as an option!

Wrap Up

Flaming Pizza is one of the top rated pizza restaurants in Austin. Customers agree that it offers great food with affordable prices, all while being a great family restaurant with an environment people clearly enjoy and appreciate for its authenticity.

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