6 Popular Pizza Chains, Ranked Worst to Best

Chuck E. Cheese

The pizza had an unusual crust, almost like a thin cornbread, and unfortunately, it didn’t travel well. The sauce was unremarkable, too. While there are definitely.


This style of pizza puts the toppings under the cheese, which means no crispy of pepperoni fresh from the oven. It’s always welcome when pizzas are cut into squares.

Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut knocked it out of the park when it came to being a beautiful pizza with fantastic toppings. The pepperoni scattered on top had a really great crispy texture.


While Sbarro is a staple of by-the-slice pizza purchases at mall food courts, it’s also possible to order Sbarro for takeout. With roots in Brooklyn, Sbarro offers pizza.


Toppers has an extensive menu of wild and wonderful pizzas, as well as desserts, wings, breadsticks and an array of dipping sauces.

Little Caesar’s

As one of the lowest priced pizzas on our list, we weren’t expecting a pizza this good, but Little Caesar’s surprised us. We ordered the chain’s pepperoni pizza.