03:00 19 Mar 2019

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Pizza makes everything better.

Whether it's a weekend treat, you're heading out with friends or it's just been a bad day, it's a perfect all rounder. (See what we did there)

Dublin has really upped it's pizza place game recently so we've compiled a list of some must-try spots.


Although new to the scene, Pi has had people talking since its doors opened.

The self-professed "Wood fired pizza fundamentalists" use flour from Naples but are also proud champions of artisanal Irish producers.

The pizza menu starts from €8 and they're made quickly, so a perfect spot to pop in for lunch.

Forno 500

With an oven crafted by a Neapolitan oven manufacturing family and pizzas cooked at 500 degrees, it doesn't get much more authentic than this.

Forno 500 pizzas have a soft, light dough with traditional toppings.

Located just beside the Olympia, it's a great spot for a pre-show dinner.


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Sano offers excellent value for money without dropping quality.

The Exchange Street restaurant offers 12-inch pizzas starting from €6 that take just 90 seconds to cook.

They also have a Nutella pizza on the dessert menu for those with a sweeter tooth.

Coke Lane Pizza

What started as a pop-up outside a pub in Smithfield has now found a permanent home in Lucky's on Meath Street.

On the menu are charred, doughy pies with amazing options for both vegans and carnivores.


This Baggot Street Italian makes pizzas to the traditional Vera Pizza Napoletana standard.

You can find traditional topping combinations on the menu along with some more unusual ones.

Take the  Quadrifoglio pizza for example. It's topped with a combination of Irish cheeses: Cashel Blue, Hegartys Cheddar and Gubeen Cheese.


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