Where To Eat Pizza In Bristol
Cheesy, flavour-packed and easy to eat: honestly, what's not to love about the Italian classic? And it seems that this city would agree, with a whole host of riverside pizzerias, floral-clad restaurants and charming pubs all knocking up incredible doughy bites. Feast your eyes on our top spots for a traditional, quirky or vegan slice for the next time you're wondering where to eat pizza in Bristol.
Head to King St Brewhouse for an evening of fresh craft pints paired with some of the tastiest homemade pizza in Bristol. Touting its own on-site microbrewery and a select range of authentic slices, this pub has got all your eating and drinking needs sorted.
You probably know BrewDog for their vast selection craft beers, but did you know that they're also one of the best pizza places in Bristol? Expect an impressive range of vegan, veggie and carnivorous sourdough slices to keep you fuelled up as you work your way through their hoppy offerings.
If you're after somewhere fun to eat with your friends then look no further than Revolution. Better known for its midnight antics and hefty drinks menu, this party bar also knocks up a variety of affordable bites, with the likes of spicy vodka chicken and duck toppings available.
Nestled in the Clifton area, The White Rabbit gets its ingredients from Italy every week and makes its dough each day so you can be sure you're getting authentic pizza. And if the weather's nice? Head out to their beautiful plant-filled rooftop terrace for an alfresco meal.
No.51 Stokes Croft is a late-night pub popular for its live music evenings and delicious wood-fired pizza. Opt between its large menu of humorously named slices, including the ham and roasted pineapple Swineapple, anchovy and olive Salty Seagull or the vegetable-laden Living On The Veg.