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Meet the winner of ATXtoday’s pizza bracket

We want to know: Where is the best pizza in Austin? Vote for your favorite to help determine a champion.

A close-up of a slice of Home Slice pepperoni pizza on a paper plate, with red pepper and parmesan sprinkled on top.

Is Home Slice your go-to?

Photo courtesy Home Slice Pizza

With the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments just around the corner, we’re joining the fun of bracket competitions with a faceoff of our own.

Last year, you helped us name the best brewery (Meanwhile Brewing) plus, you’ve also helped us pick the best food truck and best taco. This year, we asked you to share your favorite pizza in Austin. Now — thanks to you and the help of a random generator — we have the official lineup for our bracket.

A graphic reading "Pizza Bracket Winner: Home Slice Pizza" on the left side, and a photo of the Home Slice Pizza neon sign on the right.

Congrats to Austin’s own “Queen of Pies": Home Slice Pizza for securing the win on our reader-suggested pizza bracket.

Graphic via 6AM City, photo courtesy @theringrose

Winner

And the bracket winner is… Home Slice Pizza, voted best pizza shop in Austin by our readers and social media followers in our ATXtoday pizza bracket. We can’t say we’re surprised, after all, it is the South Congress Avenue original and “Queen of Pies.”

We want to extend a major “thank you” to all of you for participating in our bracket challenge the past few weeks. We’ve had a blast seeing how the votes shook out, and we hope you did too. Looking for more pizza places around town? Check out our guide.

A graphic reading "pizza bracket final round" and "Home Slice Pizza vs. Pinthouse Pizza" on a pale orange background with tomato slices and basil leaves.

We’ve got two local favorites going head to head and it’s down to the wire — which one will you choose?

Graphic via 6AM City

Championship round

We’re back with our ATXtoday pizza bracket, where we’re asking you to determine the best ‘za in Austin.

It’s officially the championship round and we’re down two shops left:

Ready to decide the ultimate reader-suggested pie in ATX? Cast your vote here.

A graphic with a bracket of the top four pizza finalists.

Help us choose the best pizza in Austin.

Graphic by 6AM City

Round two

Welcome back to our ATXtoday pizza bracket, where we’re asking you to determine the best pizza in Austin.

After our second round of votes, we’re down to four “teams” left:

Ready to decide who moves on to the final two in our bracket? Cast your vote.

A light orange graphic reading "Pizza bracket round one" with pizza ingredients like tomatoes and basil, showing the restaurants in the running.

What’s your favorite pizza in Austin?

Graphic by 6AM City

Round one

Who’s in the running

Going head-to-head in the first round are:

How it works

Beginning today, we will host several voting rounds within our newsletters and social channels to determine Austin’s best pizza. Who moves on is up to you.

Vote for your favorites, and the pizzeria with more votes moves on. Simple as that. We’ll go until we have a champion, which will be announced in our Monday, March 25 newsletter. You will be able to vote once per round.

How to participate

Vote for the ‘za you’d like to see advance to round two using this poll. You can vote for all four spots or as little as one. Once we count all the votes, we’ll share an updated bracket and new poll in an upcoming newsletter.

Ready to cheer your “team” to victory? Vote here.

Nominations

With the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments just around the corner, we’re joining the fun of bracket competitions with a face-off of our own with our ATXtoday pizza shop bracket.

But first, we need your help nominating the spots you think should be in the bracket.

Using the nomination form below, submit the local spot that has your favorite slice of pie, and we’ll use your nominations to create a bracket and battle it out in our newsletter and on socials.

Need help brainstorming? Check out our pizza guide to get started.

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