Where to Eat Pizza in Bath, England

Outside of Italy, Bath is pretty lucky to have such good pizzerias. Here are some of the best ones the city has to offer.



Franco Manca

What: Authentic Neapolitan sourdough pizzas (also garlic bread, salads, burrata, dips for pizza crusts, wine, beer, Aperol spritz, tiramisu)
Where: 12 Brunel Square
Price: £
Deals: Loyalty card - buy 6 get one free
Gluten-free, vegan, vegan cheese available

The Oven

What: Neapolitan pizza with many toppings (even avocado), also calzones, salads and desserts
Where: 3-4 Saw Close
Price: ££
Vegan available

Bath Pizza Co 

What: Wood-fired pizza
Where: Green Park Station
Price: ££
Deals: £5 margherita, pepperoni or marinara, Monday-Thursday, 12-4pm. £10 for a margherita, pepperoni or marinara with a pint of beer, cider or a glass of prosecco, all day every day.
Vegan and gluten-free available

Dough

What: Pizza restaurant offering pizzas with different bases (purple corn, hemp, turmeric, seaweed etc.) as well as pastas, antipasti, fish, meat dishes and dessert
Where: 14-16 The Corridor
Price: ££
Vegan and gluten-free available

Martini

What: Italian restaurant offering a selection of antipasti, pizza, pasta, seafood, meat, salads, desserts, lots of drinks and set menus for parties of 6 or more
Where: 8-9 George Street
Price: ££

The Stable

What: A place offering pies, sourdough pizza bases and locally sourced toppings with over 80 varieties of cider available. Lots of vegan options available (for desserts too).
Where: Kingsmead Square
Price: ££
Deals: £7 lunch menu, £10 for selected pizzas, side salad and a drink on Tuesdays
Vegan and vegan cheese available

The Real Italian Pizza Co

What: Classic Italian pizzeria offering authentic pizzas, pastas, salads, bruschette and desserts. They also have pizza making parties for kids.
Where: 16 York Street
Price: ££
Vegan available

Fire & Brew 

What: Restaurant with a seasonal menu using fresh, local ingredients. All their pizzas are named after the surrounding streets of the restaurant in Oldfield Park and they have great starters, pizzas, salads and craft beer & ciders.
Where: 49 Moorland Road (Oldfield Park)
Price: £
Deals: Pizza and a drink for £10 (Thursday), loyalty cards available
Vegan, vegan cheese and gluten-free available

The Pizza Bike

What: The smallest pizzeria in the world which uses a sourdough pizza base and fresh, organic ingredients sourced from local suppliers and traders. Absolutely no chemicals or flavours. You can also buy their dough to make a pizza at home.
Where: The Bell Inn, 103 Walcot Street
Price: £
Vegan and vegan cheese available

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