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Where to Eat Pizza in Manchester, UK

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Updated: 8 June 2017
There’s a bit of a pizza revolution going on in Manchester at the moment. For years, it seemed like there were no decent places to grab a slice in the city, but all of a sudden there seems to be new pizzerias popping up all over the place. From the city centre to Altrincham market, here is our pick of the best pizza joints in Manchester.

Rudy’s Pizza

Pizzaria, Italian, $$$
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This is the holy grail of Manchester pizza; so good that they’re in the process of opening their second city centre restaurant to try to ease the gigantic queues that snake outside. Whatever you’ve heard, it’s the truth. This is the best pizza in the city, and possibly the best in the country. Expect a classic Neapolitan crust with classic toppings – there’s nothing hipster about this place, despite its Ancoats location. Opt for a classic margarita and enjoy the simple tastes of Italy.
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Wed - Sat:
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Tue - Sat:
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Sun - None:
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Honest Crust

Pizzaria, Italian, $$$
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Again, this is Neapolitan pizza baked the traditional way – obviously how Mancunians like their pizza. If Rudy’s is known as the best pizza in the city centre, then Honest Crust has secured a reputation as the best pizza in the suburbs. Based in Altrincham market house (although they also get around to several street food markets and events around the city), this is classic pizza at its very best. We highly recommend the Portobello mushroom with lashings of black pepper.
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Tue - Sat:
11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Sun - None:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Double Zero

Pizzaria, Italian, $$$
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When the fine folk of Chorlton fancy pizza, they flock to Double Zero for, yet again, a fine Neapolitan crust. Named after the grain of flour used to make their iconic bases, it’s obvious that these pizza-lovers know what they’re doing. It’s not just the BYOB policy that attracts the crowds; the pizzas are delicious and the toppings more varied than the previous two establishments. They also offer a fine range of salads and sharing platters to accompany the main event.
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Mon - Fri:
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Sat - None:
5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Sun - None:
4:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Proove

Pizzaria, Italian, $$$
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The new kid on the scene, Proove only opened the doors of its West Didsbury address recently, but it’s already drawing in crowds from across the city. Once again, they look to Napoli for inspiration, using the freshest ingredients and opting for classic toppings. There’s nothing new here, but they’re doing it well, and the extensive wine list makes it a viable option for a meal out rather than a takeaway.
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Sun - Wed:
11:30 am - 10:30 pm
Thu - Sat:
11:30 am - 11:00 pm

Slice

Pizzaria, Italian, $$$
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If you’re just looking for a snack and can’t quite stomach an entire pizza, Slice have got you covered. This takeaway spot on Stevenson Square offers casual seating but is really designed for the grab-and-go customer who just wants a slice of delicious pizza to eat on the go. There’s a variety of both traditional and unusual toppings to choose from, so why not grab a couple of slices to share with a friend?
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Sun - Thu:
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Fri - Sat:
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Crazy Pedro’s

Pizzaria, Italian, $$$
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There’s a definite trend for ‘dirty’ food in Manchester, following the popularity of Almost Famous. Crazy Pedro’s offers pizzas for those who want something a little bit naughty, something different, or something downright hipster. Choose from everything under the sun, including hotdogs, waffles, nachos, hamburgers and even crispy duck. It’s as much about the party atmosphere and shots of tequila as it is the unusual pizza toppings, so don’t turn up expecting a quiet night.
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Ply

Pizzaria, Italian, $$$
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Situated in the heart of the Northern Quarter, Ply is also a good bet for combining your pizza with a night out – although their restaurant is vaguely separated from the bar area. If you come here for one reason and one reason only, it’s to admire the incredible mirror-ball pizza oven, but we do recommend sticking around and sampling their menu. Their sourdough pizzas cater for every diet including gluten-free and vegan, and their variety of toppings is impressive. They also boast one of the best selections of craft beer that you’ll find in any Manchester pizzeria.
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Mon - Tue:
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
Thu - Sat:
12:00 pm - 2:00 am
Sun - None:
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm