Radio Alice Hoxton


Matteo and Salvatore, two brothers from Calabria, moved to Bologna to study economics, and – like all penniless students – ate a lot of pizza. They wanted a pizza that was crunchy, airy and delicious. After much testing, Matteo found the pizza he was craving by using organic stoneground flour, wild yeast, time (24hrs) and seasonal ingredients, sliced to share.

Without really knowing what they were getting themselves into, they opened the first Berbere Pizzeria in 2010 in Bologna. Many years later along with the brother’s friend Emma (a co-founder at GAIL’s Bakery) the team opened Radio Alice Pizzeria in Hoxton Square then Clapham Common. Named after a pirate radio station from Bologna, they created their web radio that you can listen to in the pizzerias or online.

Radio Alice Hoxton is located in a Victorian school building, high ceilings, an open kitchen so you can watch to the pizzaiolos make the pizzas from the whole restaurant. The terrace overlooking Hoxton Square is perfect for sunny summers day or with a blanket and the heating on through winter!



  • Happily Affordable ££
  • Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
  • None


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 17:00 22:30
Tuesday 17:00 22:30
Wednesday 17:00 22:30
Thursday 17:00 22:30
Friday 12:00 22:30
Saturday 12:00 23:30
Sunday 17:00 22:30



Radio Alice Hoxton, 16, Hoxton Square, N1 6NT



Nearest Station

Old Street (Tube)


  • Cuisines

    This venue serves Italian and Pizza food.

  • A word from the chef:

    Radio Alice Pizzeria serve up a fresh roster of pizza and ingredients that pay homage to Italy.

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Our Review

Transmissions From Our Trip To Radio Alice Hoxton

Years back, when you said, “Ooh, I fancy a pizza”, the options at your disposal were limited to chain restaurants, takeaway kingpins and whichever kebab shop you could stumble into. Nowadays, an influx of slickly decorated, independent eateries into the capital means the same exclamation, and a quick…