Downtown Directory / Pizza

Bella Luna Wood-Fired Pizza

Neapolitan-inspired, thin-crusted pizza is baked at 900 degrees in a wood-fired oven and topped with artisanal ingredients locally sourced by nearby farms. Chef Colin rounds out the menu at this farm-to-table restaurant with handmade pastas, fresh salads and sandwiches, and decadent desserts. The bar features a wide selection of local microbrews and hard ciders on tap, in addition to choice wines and artisan cocktails. You can bring a slice of Bella Luna to your party or event by reserving Bella Festa, a fully restored 1950s classic truck complete with a wood-fired oven and four-tap draft beer system. more

Benny Sorrentino’s Pizza

Benny’s is known for their incredible 28” pies, which they claim are large enough to feed two whole families. Not to worry for those who can’t handle such an enormous meal, they also sell pizza by the slice, although the slices alone are so large they have to be served on two plates. Their menu features classics like cheese, pepperoni, and sausage, while their specials spice things up with new and fresh offerings like pulled pork and jalapeños or garlic mushroom. They also offer a wide variety of drinks ranging from every soda imaginable, lemonades, teas, and juices to a list of domestic beers and ever-changing local ones. more

Ruby’s Arcade

Ruby's Arcade is a family-friendly pizza & BBQ spot with a stocked bar, plus pool tables, bowling, ping pong & darts. Their make-your-own wood-fired pizza allows for guests to choose their own toppings and pizza sauce. Ruby's also serves salads, sandwiches, subs, and classic appetizers that get you in the mood for a fun game with friends and family. more

The Golden Pony

Specializing in scratch-made American cuisine, The Golden Pony offers high quality pizza, burgers, salads, subs and an inspired children's menu. Enjoy pinball machines, an art gallery, an outdoor patio, two full bars and a professional sound stage for live music Sunday-Thursday with DJs on the weekends. Voted Best Music Venue in the Shenandoah Valley by Virginia Living Magazine, you're guaranteed to see local and regional musicians that you'll want to add to your playlist. more