We all love a good slice of yummy pizza here at Freixenet; you can’t go wrong with pizza and some bubbly to pair.
We all love a good slice of yummy pizza here at Freixenet; whether it’s to gorge on after a night out or to have all to yourself for an indulgent night-in dinner, you can’t go wrong with pizza and some bubbly to pair. And whether you’re an original margarita or spicy chicken kind of guy or gal, use our handy guide to find some of the best pizza places in town.
London – Franco Manca.
Everything begun at Brixton Market and now Franco Manca is now one of London’s much-loved pizza destinations. And with 15 restaurants all over the city, you’re likely to come across one of their bustling restaurants on your travels.Whether you want to sit and enjoy your pizza or you’d prefer to just takeaway, this place is sure to not disappoint you. Find out more: www.francomanca.co.uk
Manchester – Rudy's Pizza.
You’ll find it difficult to come across anyone with as much passion for making pizzas as these guys. With their first-class, locally-sourced ingredients, Rudy’s pizzas use double-proved dough, making the base so fluffy and airy that when cooked in the wood fired oven for just a minute the crusts are incredibly soft! Absolute pizza perfection.
Dublin – Dave's Woods Fire Pizza.
This is a bit of a hidden gem! Sure enough it is one of the best spots in Dublin and is handily located beside a bunch of pubs so as you can grab one on the go.
Newcastle – Manny’s Pizza Deli.
Manny’s Pizza Deli is the new kid on the block with a pnechant for huge New York-inspired slices. Huge 20″ pizzas, that can also be delivered, are their speciality and come at a reasonably price. Dough balls, meatballs and a selection of additional extras will guarantee not to leave this place with hunger pains. Find out more: www.mannys.pizza
How to pair them? – Pizza and cava? Definitely! Choose Cordon Negro for the safer pairing. If you are feeling a bit more adventurus go for the Cordon Rosado for a more refreshing touch or Cordon Oro is you feel like having something slightly sweeter.