Where To Eat Pizza In Brighton
Rounds of dough-ey goodness, slathered with tomato or cheese sauce and sprinkled with all sorts of tasty toppings: a failsafe formula that heal the hungry in their time of need. Brighton knows pizza, and it knows it well: bars and pubs across town serve up a delicious array of Italian inspired treats, excelling in both the classic and bespoke options. Here you are then: our top picks for where to eat pizza in Brighton.
Last updated on 21st November 2016
Brighton's favourite pleasure palace serves up a hearty array of stone baked pizzas throughout the day: sample the likes of The Vodka Pizza (it's not as it sounds), a tasty mix of fresh chicken glazed in vodka salsa, chorizo, pepperoni, creamy goat’s cheese, peppers and red onion topped with pea shoots.
The Lion & Lobster always has something wonderful up its sleeve: these guys take a very traditional approach to pizza, and boy does it taste good! Choose from a menu of homemade classic pizzas alongside a more bespoke offering, with the option to pair your doughy round with cheese, ham or jalapeno doughballs; delightful!
It's not all about an amazing vinyl selection at Dead Wax Social, no, the restaurant also serves some of Brighton's most delicious pizza. It gets even better as they have regular 2-4-1 deals.
These guys are damn good at pizza. The speciality pizza oven sits proudly behind the bar, filled with all sorts of doughy goodness all day, every day. Grab a pizza for £5.95, or two for £8, Monday to Friday from midday until 5pm. It doesn't get much better than that.
Find this student pub in The Lanes and you will also come across perfect pizza and a whole loads of cheap pints. The quirky bar serves 10" pizza starting from £6 and topped with everything from cajun chicken to spicy meatballs.
Franco Manca is all about delicious sour dough pizza, made using fresh dough, a wood-fired oven and plenty of seasonal toppings. The Brighton branch is located in North Laine and also has an wide selection of craft beers and wines.
Al Duomo is a bit of a Brighton institution, set across five levels, the venue is in right next to the Brighton Pavilion. During the summer, sit outside and order one of their classic pizzas, or in the winter head to a top floor for an atmospheric lunch or cosy dinner.