We love pizza, you love pizza, heck even people who don’t like pizza are in denial about their love for pizza.

Lets be honest, at half past four in the morning, most people in Glasgow would rather have a pizza than a kebab.

One of GlasgowLiving’s writers love of pizza runs so deep that he once dropped his outside the pizza shop, directly onto the pavement, picked it up and ate it. (Don’t tell him we told you.)

With that shocking admission out in the open, Glasgow Living brings you 8 of Glasgow’s best pizza joints.

No.8 Republic Bier Halle, Gordon Street

The only thing better than one pizza? Well that would be two pizzas and one is free of charge.

Bier Halle offers 21 different pizza’s on their menu, and two for one all day everyday (12pm-10pm) Pretty brilliant.

Stone baked and cooked from scratch, using only freshest ingredients, amazing place for a pizza, not forgetting their vast selection of beers from around the world.

Prices are commendable as well, excellent place to spend a day drinking beer and eating pizza.

No.7 Toni’s Pizzeria, Giffnock

Think yourself a bit of a Man vs Food character? Well how do you feel about facing of against a gargantuan 27 inch pizza? Thats whats awaits at Toni’s Pizzeria.

With more than 20 years experience Toni’s Pizzeria certainly knows how to create a fantastic pizza. The famous pizzeria, was the recent recipient of Scotland’s best pizza award at The Italian Awards and is also STV Glasgow famous.

No.6 N.Y Slice, Sauchiehall Street

Barely a year old, N.Y Slice on Sauchiehall Street has become a integral part of the bustling city centre street’s late night food and restaurant scene. N.Y Slice probably brings more people in Glasgow happiness at 3 in the morning than various other carnal experiences. You certainly never regret a pizza in the morning.

No.5 CC Wood Fired Pizza Pie Company, Clarkston Rd

CC Wood Fired Pizza, cooks your pizza like no other, originally opened in 2011 as Glasgow’s only pizzeria to bake your pizza on a wood fire, CC Wood is one of Glasgow’s top pizza shops.

With a 24 hour fermentation period for all dough, CC Wood promises to bring you only the freshest ingredients. Pizzas are created in front of the customer and cooked on the specially designed log fire, each pizza is unique in its own way.

The only pizzeria shop in Scotland to be awarded a Healthy Living Award.

No.4 Amore D’Italia, Merchant City

In Amore D’Italia pizza is more than just a meal, its a delicacy, offering a slice of Italian heaven the direct translation means, Love Italy or Passion Italy it reflects the care and consideration Italians take in preparing their food. 33 varieties, 4 without tomato sauce and all stone baked, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better pizza serving, Italian restaurant throughout Glasgow.

No.3 Celino’s, Alexandra Parade

With each pizza containing their secret sauce, Celino’s provides a taste that no other pizza place in Glasgow can offer. Winner of multiple awards including Best Chef, Best Bistro at the 2014 Italian Awards. Celino’s also received Scotland’s Best Deli/Bistro at the 2014 Entertainment Awards. A hidden gem in the East End of the city.

No.2 Little Italy, Byres Road

20 years on Glasgow’s Byres Road is an impressive feat, and Little Italy is an impressive Pizzeria. One of the first to provide Glasgow with a taste of the coffee culture scene. Which in this modern age is now a massive part of the Glasgow economy. Little Italy has been supplying Glasgow’s West End with a “slice” of Italy. Prices are exceptional and pizzas are made to order.

No.1 Bella Vita, Mosspark Boulevard

Co-Owner Mimmo Rossi arrived in Glasgow from Naples in 1990 and has ran a collection of successful restaurants across Glasgow. in 2012 along with business partner David Cassells opened Bella Vita, and created one of the finest restaurants in Glasgow. Visited by footballers and celebrities alike. Mimmo Rossi has provided the finest tastes straight from Naples into the heart of Glasgow. Delightful.