Photo of a pepperoni pizza at Edison's
Photo courtesy of Edison’s Pizza Kitchen

A Slice of Cleveland: Edison’s Pizza Kitchen

Whether you like it extra cheesy, loaded with pineapples, gluten-free or stacked high with vegetables—the possibilities are endless when it comes to pizza. Pizza parlors and pie lovers from around the country celebrated National Pizza Day on Feb. 9—but The Daily has one more stop on the Cleveland pizza tour. 

Photo of Edison's pizzas lined up on a counter
Photo courtesy of Edison’s Pizza Kitchen

Our pizza tour comes to a close in Cleveland’s historic Tremont neighborhood at Edison’s Pizza Kitchen. Known by many as a Cleveland staple, Edison’s serves up thick, gooey pies and slices that are brimming with toppings. 

On the Menu

You’ll find both red and white pizzas at Edison’s. The red pizza starts out with Edison’s special sauce and a careful blend of cheeses and is finished with mouth-watering parmigiana crust and toppings of your choice. 

Edison’s white pizza, on the other hand, begins with a virgin olive oil base and special Italian spices and is finished with parmigiana crust and your favorite toppings. 

If you don’t want to build your own pizza, Edison’s offers 10 specialty options to choose from, each crafted with fresh, locally sourced cheeses and toppings. Try the feta cheese pizza, which is made with red or white sauce and feta blended with mozzarella and provolone cheese. 

Or, give the stromboli pizza a go—it’s a simple take on Edison’s extremely popular stromboli, made with an olive oil base, a special blend of mozzarella and provolone cheese, ham, salami and banana peppers. Edison’s also serves calzones, strombolis and a few varieties of cheesy bread. 

The Reviews Are In

Photo of the exterior of Edison's Pizza Kitchen
Photo courtesy of Edison’s Pizza Kitchen

If you’re unfamiliar with Edison’s Pizza Kitchen, Google reviewers have a few pro tips to keep in mind when visiting the Tremont or Lucky’s Market satellite location: 

  • They do not deliver but they do offer dine-in and takeout. Wait times for a take-out pie can range between one and three hours because it’s so popular—so make sure to plan ahead. In a pinch? Just grab a slice on the fly.
  • Edison’s pizzas featuring bacon are a must. Try their chicken bacon ranch pizza (house-made ranch dressing, chicken, bacon, red onions, swiss cheese, crushed red pepper and a special blend of cheese); or their hot bacon spinach pizza (white pizza topped with crushed red pepper, feta cheese, fresh spinach, tomato, bacon, and hot bacon dressing).
  • The honey drizzle is considered a must-have, whether you dip your crust in it or slather it on the entire pizza. 

Grab a Pie

Stop by Edison’s at 2365 Professor Ave. in Tremont. It’s open 4 p.m. to midnight Monday through Thursday, 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Fridays, noon to 2 a.m. on Saturdays, and noon to 10 p.m. on Sundays. Alternatively, check out the location at Lucky’s Market at 11624 Clifton Blvd.