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. These are the best places for pizza in Manchester. 

Last updated on 17th July 2018




The New York style bar in the depths of the Northern Quarter serves up some of the best pizzas in town. It's open till late most nights, the kitchen unlike most venues in Manchester is in for the long haul as well, dishing out hearty toppings and fluffy crusts to the crowds of late night drinkers. Book a table here to make sure you can grab a slice of the action!

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.

Tucked away off the beaten track is this subterranean home of gourmet pizza and hot dogs. Dogs 'n' Doug serves NYC-styled 12 inchers for your gluttonous pleasure; get back to basics with a £6.50 Margherita or take down The Gladiator (hot dogs, pepperoni and chipotle) for a reasonable £8.50. You can even have pizza for pudding here, with The Dessert Pizza coming smeared with nutella, marshmallows and other sweet treats.

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; check out the Spicy Sausage, Chorizo and Jalapeno or the Chorizo and Bird's Eye Chilli pizzas if you're here to feel the burn.

Artisan

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A donner kebab pizza? Stop everything you're doing and head straight to The Artisan, where comfort foods are sprinkled on delicious dough in a casual setting. The 12,000 sq ft industrial venue is quite something; bedecked with sculptures and murals, and you can grab American Hot, seafood and meatball pizzas if you'd prefer something a little more conventional.

PLY

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If you're not one for hanging around, PLY goes from nought to delicious in 90 seconds. Terrible cliches aside, this is a top Northern Quarter restaurant churning out sourdough pizzas from it's wood-fired, clay ovens in next to no time at all. Pizzas are topped with the finest homegrown and Italian ingredients, and they serve a Brunch Special of smoked pancetta, fennel sausage and egg for £11.50 on Sundays.