America's Largest Pizzas Slideshow

Slide Image
pizza
Headline
America's Largest Pizzas
Description

While America is not the home of the largest pizza ever made, we do host come gargantuan specimens, so click through to check out some of the pies in America that are fit to feed a small army — or perhaps just one very hungry pizza lover.

 

Credit
Slide Image
pizzeria
Headline
#12 26-Inch Pizza, Tenney’s Pizza, Saratoga Springs, Utah
Description

Tenney’s pizza challenge: one 26-inch pizza to be eaten in less than an hour.

 

Credit

Tenney’s Pizza / Facebook

Slide Image
pizza
Headline
#12 26-Inch Pizza, Tenney’s Pizza, Saratoga Springs, Utah
Description

Named "The Beast," the 26-inch pizza is made of 48 ounces of dough, 24 ounces of cheese, 15 ounces of sauce, and six ounces of pepperoni. Diners who take on the Tenney's challenge win $100 if they complete the task.

 

Credit

Tenney’s Pizza / Facebook

Slide Image
pizzeria
Headline
#11 28-Inch Pie, Family Pizzeria, Strafford, Va.
Description

Family Pizzeria’s pizza challenge: one 28-inch pie to be eaten by a couple in less than an hour.

Slide Image
pizza
Headline
#11 28-Inch Pie, Family Pizzeria, Strafford, Va.
Description

In order to win Family’s hour-long challenge for two, the pizza must include two toppings, and beverages are allowed but challengers cannot leave the dining room during the challenge. Winners receive the pizza for free, $40, and t-shirts.

 

Slide Image
Koronet
Headline
#10 30-Inch Pizza, Koronet Pizza, New York City
Description

In a city where a pizzeria can be found on nearly every corner, it’s important to stand out from the crowd. Koronet does that by making its pies enormous.

Credit

Yelp / Pinky And The B

Slide Image
pizza slice
Headline
#10 30-Inch Pizza, Koronet Pizza, New York City
Description

Its pies are 30 inches in diameter, which is roughly the same size as some kitchens in New York City.

 

Credit

Yelp / Toby T

Slide Image
pizzeria
Headline
#9 10-Pound Pizza, Randy’s Wooster Street Pizza, Manchester, Conn.
Description

Randy’s pizza challenge: 10 pounds of stuffed pizza, 22-inches in diameter.

Credit

Yelp / Patrick K

Slide Image
pizza
Headline
#9 10-Pound Pizza, Randy’s Wooster Street Pizza, Manchester, Conn.
Description

As seen on Man v. Food, the pizza makers at Randy's Wooster Street Pizza pack four portions of pizza dough with meats, cheeses, and veggies, and stretch the whole thing until it reaches a diameter of 22 inches. Those who complete the challenge receive the meal for free, a $50 gift card, and a hat proclaiming their glorious win.

Credit

Yelp / Grace K

Slide Image
camera crew
Headline
#8 11-Pound Pizza, Big Pie in the Sky Pizzeria, Kennesaw, Ga.
Description

Big Pie’s pizza challenge: one 11-pound pizza to be eaten in less than an hour.

Slide Image
pizza
Headline
#8 11-Pound Pizza, Big Pie in the Sky Pizzeria, Kennesaw, Ga.
Description

For $50, you can try to win yourself and your dining companion an extra $200 at Big Pie in the Sky.

Slide Image
pizzeria
Headline
#7 36-Inch Pizza, Firehouse Pizzeria, Logan, Utah
Description

Firehouse claims their Monster Pizza is equivalent to five average pies, which seems about right to us.

Credit

Firehouse Pizzeria Logan / Facebook

Slide Image
pizza
Headline
#7 36-Inch Pizza, Firehouse Pizzeria, Logan, Utah
Description

The pie starts at $45, and you can add up to four toppings, priced at $9 each.

Credit

Firehouse Pizzeria Logan / Facebook

Slide Image
pizza
Headline
#6 40-Inch Pizza, Schiappa's Italian Restaurant, Lebanon, Ill.
Description

Schiappa’s, which was established in 1979, has a diverse menu that includes a fair amount of seafood, but its claim to fame is serving a whopping 40-inch pie.

Credit

Schiappa’s / Facebook

Slide Image
pizza
Headline
#6 40-Inch Pizza, Schiappa's Italian Restaurant, Lebanon, Ill.
Description

The Fabulous 40 Pizza costs $59.99; they charge $5.99 for each “traditional” topping, and extra cheese will cost you an additional $8.99.

Credit

Schiappa’s / Facebook

Slide Image
pizza
Headline
#5 48-Inch Pizza, Randy’s Premier Pizza, Oakdale, Minn.
Description

Randy’s Premier Pizza boasts a whole host of pizza challenges, but there’s a particularly lucrative — and gut-busting — one that caught our eye.

Credit

Randys Premier Pizza / Facebook

Slide Image
pizza
Headline
#5 48-Inch Pizza, Randy’s Premier Pizza, Oakdale, Minn.
Description

If you give the pizzeria 48 hours’ notice, you and two friends can attempt to consume a 48-inch pie and, if you’re successful, Randy’s will reward you $1,000.

Credit

Randys Premier Pizza / Facebook

Slide Image
locations
Headline
#4 54-Square-Inch Pizza, Mama's and Papa's Pizzeria, Los Angeles
Description

The record holder for Largest Pizza Commercially Available, its “Giant Sicilian” is available in five of its branches around Los Angeles.

Slide Image
piza
Headline
#4 54-Square-Inch Pizza, Mama's and Papa's Pizzeria, Los Angeles
Description

The Sicilian-style pie is said to feed up to 100 people, and the pizzeria needs at least 24 hours’ notice in order to prepare it properly.

Slide Image
#3 62-Inch Pizza, Big Lou’s, San Antonio
Headline
#3 62-Inch Pizza, Big Lou’s, San Antonio
Description

Big Lou’s has a 42-inch pie on its menu, but that’s not even its most intimidating, “go big or go home” option.

Credit

Big Lou’s Pizza / Facebook

Slide Image
#3 62-Inch Pizza, Big Lou’s, San Antonio

Headline
#3 62-Inch Pizza, Big Lou’s, San Antonio

Description

You can order an enormous 62-inch pie — that’s right, over five feet wide — and  if you order the Super, it will come absolutely covered in toppings and cost $88.09 before gratuity and tax.

Credit

Big Lou’s Pizza / Facebook

Slide Image
#2 46.64-Square-Feet, The Dirt Road Cookers, San Antonio

Headline
#2 46.64-Square-Feet, The Dirt Road Cookers, San Antonio

Description

Everything’s bigger in Texas, right? Well that includes the pizza made by San Antonio-based caterers The Dirt Road Cookers.

Credit

Dirt Road Cookers / Facebook

Slide Image
#2 46.64-Square-Feet, The Dirt Road Cookers, San Antonio

Headline
#2 46.64-Square-Feet, The Dirt Road Cookers, San Antonio

Description

The team of eight broke the record back in 2013, and had to use a specially designed oven that took one year to create in order to do so.

Credit

Dirt Road Cookers / Facebook

Slide Image
#1 129-Foot-By-92-Foot Pizza, Pizza Ranch Restaurant, Iowa Falls, Iowa
Headline
#1 129-Foot-By-92-Foot Pizza, Pizza Ranch Restaurant, Iowa Falls, Iowa

Description

129 feet-long, 92 feet-wide, and 50,000 slices — those are the measurements of the jaw-dropping pie made by Pizza Ranch.

Credit
Slide Image
#1 129-Foot-By-92-Foot Pizza, Pizza Ranch Restaurant, Iowa Falls, Iowa

Headline
#1 129-Foot-By-92-Foot Pizza, Pizza Ranch Restaurant, Iowa Falls, Iowa

Description

Restaurant owner Bill Bahr and a team of 200 used 4,000 pounds of cheese, 700 pounds of sauce, and 9,500 sections of crust. We hope the staff remembered to invite Donatello, Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Raphael to the party!

Credit

Pizza Ranch / Facebook