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.

Last updated on 17th July 2020

The Bristol Stable

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The Bristol Stable is a no-brainer when it comes to freshly-made pizza. Specialists in craft ciders and all things dough, the harbourside restaurant has an open kitchen for you to watch your meal being made in front of your eyes.

Revolution Bristol

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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.

A strong contender for the best pizza in Bristol, Dough has garnered a reputation for their quirky range of chomps. Created by chefs from Puglia, the Italian-style bases come with interesting infusions such as turmeric, seaweed, black rice and more. 

The UK's first vegan pizzeria, this plant-based gem has got to be one of the best places to eat pizza in Bristol. Offering a menu of classic and creative slices, Purezza's toppings range from shaved seitan and beetroot carpaccio to smoked tofu and rice-based cheese.

Pizzarova are cooking up traditional bites in a cool setting. The Gloucester Road spot makes a great date night restaurant with floral decorations, neon signs and stylish lighting aplenty, whilst the authentic chow will have you coming back for more.