Bringing you some of the best pizzas in Manchester, this epic darts experience serves them up by the paddle alongside alcoholic slushies and some of the coolest oches (dart-throwing spaces) in town.
Best Pizza in Manchester
Fiorentina to Hawaiian, stuffed crust to deep pan, you're never short of choice when it comes to pizza in Manchester. Whether it's New York pizza pies that tickle your taste buds or light crispy Italians, we've had them all. Bar snacks, swanky restaurants, by the slice, the pizza is flying hot out of the ovens and into your mouths; find out the best pizza places in Manchester here.
If you want your pizza with a slice of posh, you've found it at Gusto. The restaurant boasts faded twenties glamour aplenty, as well as an amazing drinks list beat only by its spectacular Italian food.
Big, filthy and dripping in cheese is how you can expect a slice from these Northern Quarter pros. Black Dog Ballroom is all about American bites, and alongside toppings such as cheese burger and peri peri chicken, there's burgers, nachos and wings to feast on.
After perfectly cooked pizza with delicious toppings? Get your fromage fix in the Northern Quarter, as Foundry Project teams mouthwatering slices with some of the best cocktails and local craft beers around. Perfect for late nights through to hangover-curing afternoons.
Welcome to Chorlton's favourite Laundrette, where the goal is to serve top drawer pizzas and cocktails in inviting surroundings. Pizzas are freshly created on site and showcase the finest in local produce. Fiery toppings are a specialty here, with plenty of chilli splashed about and some delicious meaty options.
Boozy shakes, sharing cocktails, a 4am late licence; it's easy to have such a great time partying at Pedro's that you forget all about the pizza. It makes sense to come on an empty stomach though, with this laidback parlour sprinkling everything from fried chicken and waffles to hotdogs and mini hamburgers on their pizzas. Can't be bothered to leave the house? They deliver, too.
Doing what it says on the tin, Dogs N Dough is a subterranean space that is all about pizza and hot dogs. It also doesn't take life too seriously with a happy selection of crowd pleasers; think margherita, pepperoni and spring chicken. Still got room? Tuck into one of their notoriously good dogs.
From the team behind Pasta Factory, this Northern Quarter pizzeria is serving up a stunning array of slices, from vegan delights to meaty marvels. On top of that, they offer a relaxed and informal dining experience, with the added of novelty of chairs that are also swings.
Posh pizza is the name of the game at Rosso, the fancy Italian spot set in a gorgeous Grade-II listed building. Check out the Salmone Affunicato for a lighter dish, with Scamorza cheese, smoked salmon, dill and capers.
Staying true to the Neapolitan ways, Rudy's on Peter Street serves up pizza in true Italian fashion. Bases are thin and crispy from the wood-fired oven and toppings are flown over from the European country, including the likes of Tuscan sausage, parmesan and salame Napoli.
Don't let anyone tell you that pizza can't work for a gourmand such as yourself, PLY is topping their bases with some of the fanciest ingredients in the biz. The funky NQ spot takes it up a notch with the likes of pear and blue cheese, 'Nduja, and vemison and honey.