Cincinnati Pizza Week Serves Up $9 Pies from Participating Restaurants, Nov. 8-14

Enjoy seven days of paying homage to all things ’za, no matter how you slice it.

click to enlarge Joe's Pizza Napoli - Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Joe's Pizza Napoli

Cincinnati Pizza Week is returning for its sixth year.

For seven days, Nov. 8-14, pizza lovers will have the opportunity to visit participating Cincinnati Pizza Week locations to enjoy $9 pizzas (minimum 10-inch pies) plus specials on Great Lakes beer.

Cincinnati Pizza Week is the perfect opportunity for Queen City locals to embrace the food and culture of Cincinnati while getting out to eat, drink and try new places. It’s seven days of paying homage to all things ’za, no matter how you slice it. 

Pizzas range from your standard cheese and pepperoni to more exotic toppings like MacKenzie River Pizza’s Steak Chimichurri or Sorrento’s Norwood Assembly, featuring salami, pepperoni, roma tomato, sweet Italian sausage and diced pickle, topped with homemade oil and vinegar red sauce.

Visit participating restaurants throughout the week for your chance to win prizes. 

Participating restaurants currently include: 

Bad Tom Smith Brewing, Big Ash Brewing, Bircus Brewing, Brixx Wood Fired Pizza, Catch -a- Fire Pizza, Delicio Coal Fired Pizza at Hoppin Vines, Fireside Pizza, Joe's Pizza Napoli, Local Post, Mackenzie River, Mikey's Late Night Slice, North High Brewing, Pie's & Pints, Rosie's Cocktails & Pies, RJ Cinema, Skally's, Sorrento's, Strong's Brick Oven Pizzeria, Taft's Brewpourium, Two Cities Pizza Co. and The Gruff. 

Cincinnati Pizza Week takes place Nov. 8-14. Check out $9 pizza descriptions and info at

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