Restaurant Spotlight: Red's Savoy Pizza

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 at 11:54am.

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Red’s Savoy Pizza is Saint Paul’s favorite pizza joint. It opened in 1965 when Earl “Red” Schoenheider decided to start a great pizza place on the east side of St. Paul and it has since become a legendary pizza restaurant throughout the Midwest.

They are known for having the best spicy secret-recipe sauce in an old school atmosphere. You will definitely want to try the famous old-school thin-crust pizza that has made Red’s Savoy Pizza have an insanely huge fan base. When you’re ready for a great pizza after arriving in Saint Paul, check out Red’s Savoy Pizza.

About Red’s

Red’s has had such a growing fan base that it’s been able to expand to 14 locations throughout Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin. They offer a delicious and unpretentious pizza that all are welcome to enjoy. In fact, they claim to have the “best pizza in the universe” and are celebrating “50 years of awesome.”

You can enjoy one of Red’s pizzas with a ton of topping choices and their secret family recipe sauce and sausage. They’ll smother your pizza with cheese and premium toppings all at affordable prices. They not only offer pizza, but Red’s serves Italian cuisine, sandwiches and wings in a casual atmosphere. Walk-in, get take-out, delivery and even catering.


Enjoy specialty pizzas or make your own at Red’s. They feature regular 10” or large 14” options with choices like the veggie pizza, Hawaiian pizza, bacon cheeseburger or The Tom Barnard. Create your own by choosing your size and toppings. Add a salad or appetizer like onion rings, garlic toast with sauce or chicken wings. If you’re not in the pizza mood, try a burger, sandwich, or pasta.

St. Pauls’ Red’s has two locations, one at 421 7th Street East that is open Monday through Sunday for dine in or takeout, and one at 520 White Bear Avenue North featuring deliveries only. Check them out to see why everybody’s in love with Red’s Savoy Pizza.

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