02:00 26 Jun 2019

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We are spoiled for choice when it comes to pizza places in Dublin.

From internationally recognised vendors to authentic Neapolitan pizzas right in the heart of the city.

We've compiled a list of some of our favourite spots for the next time you're craving some Italian goodness.


This new Dublin spot has been making waves since it opened.

It's been named the 7th best pizza in Europe and 23rd in the World on Big Seven Travel.

The self-professed "Wood fired pizza fundamentalists" combine flour from Naples with artisanal Irish ingredients.


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Another new addition to the menu is the Pea and Pancetta.

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Dublin Pizza Company

This hole-in-the-wall on Aungier Street has gotten a reputation as the perfect lunch spot.

Super fresh pizza made with their own fresh and organic ingredients.

You can also order online for collection if you're in a rush.


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Sano offers healthier pizzas that are great value for money.

The Exchange Street restaurant offers 12-inch pizzas starting from €6 that take just 90 seconds to cook.


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This restaurant on Baggot Street prides itself on making pizzas to a traditional Vera Pizza Napoletana standard.

Their mix of traditional and unusual toppings make for an exciting menu.

The Quadrifoglio pizza is topped with a combination of Irish cheeses: Cashel Blue, Hegartys Cheddar and Gubeen Cheese.


DiFontaine's serves up classic New York style pizza slices.

Open until late everyday it's the perfect place for a post night out feast.

They also have a range of vegan options.


A healthier take on pizza with natural, fresh and locally sourced ingredients.

NKD pride themselves on taste and seasonal ingredients.

Available to order online, they also have vegan options.


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Forno 500

Some of the most authentic Neapolitan pizza in Dublin.

Forno 500 pizzas have a soft, light dough with traditional toppings.

Located just beside the Olympia, it's a great spot for a pre-show dinner.


Paulie's has something for everyone with Napoli, New York and Home Creations options.

The Grand Canal Street eatery is known for it's atmosphere and has outdoor seating too.

Rascal's HQ

This Inchicore brewery also has a pizzeria that features a lot of unique flavours.

We love the nod to Dublin place names on the menu too.

Try the Blue Belle, Fungi The Dolphin's Barn or the Kilmainham Pale.


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Coke Lane Pizza

What started as a pop-up outside a pub in Smithfield has now found a permanent home in Lucky's on Meath Street.

They have great options for both meat-lovers and vegans.

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