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The 7 Best Pizzas In Liverpool

Here are the Best Pizzas In Liverpool

Liverpool is a decidedly foodie city, championing independent spots no end. And the pizza scene is nothing short of fantastic, ranging from simple-yet-gourmet slices to authentic wood-fired pies. Carb lovers – you’ll be safe and sound here. Spend less time researching and more time feasting when you stick to these seven pizza spots. Here are the best pizzas in Liverpool – dig in!

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1. Crust

Find some of the best pizza in Liverpool at Crust, sitting on the artsy, foodie Bold Street. Even those that religiously leave the crusts won’t be able to here. You get a choice of five hand-made crusts, finally giving the less celebrated element of the pizza some love. And of course, there’s an array of delicious toppings to add to the crust of your choice. From a super crispy crust to a deliciously messy base, there’s a pizza for everyone here. And while pizza is their main domain, their hand-rolled pasta is excellent, too.

Crust


2. Rudy’s Pizza

Seeing Rudy’s Pizza on this list will come as a surprise to no one. The independent pizza phenomenon took Manchester by storm, and now they’ve opened three spots in Liverpool. You’re never far from some of the best pizzas in the city. Despite such rapid growth, they’ve not lost even a smidge of the excellent quality that made them so popular. Pizza lovers flock to Rudy’s for their classic Neapolitan slices, tasty dips, and fantastic drinks list. It’s the perfect place to spend a whole evening, from sipping aperitivos and nibbling on olives to tucking into a hearty pizza with a light glass of white wine.

Rudy’s Pizza


3. Love & Rockets

Love & Rockets on the colourful Lark Lane is a go-to pizza joint for many locals, thanks to its delicious stone-baked pizzas and unusual toppings. Think: duck and hoisin with cucumber, or brie and grape. This independent, family-run joint needs to be on every foodie’s wish list. In classic Scouse style, the place is lively and welcoming – there’s often live music here, and the drinks are flowing all weekend.

Love & Rockets


4. Pizza Punks

Get your pizza fix at Pizza Punks on Bold Street, where the dough is super fresh and the toppings are ridiculously tasty. While you can certainly tuck into classic favourites, those who like an adventurous pizza can try the carbonara, Mexican, and salt and chilli variations. The prices are also pretty good, and you can create your own (with plenty of unlimited toppings) for £12. And if the glorious sourdough pizzas weren’t enough to bring you in, the craft cocktails certainly will. Combine the two and make a day of it with their popular bottomless brunch. Pizza Punks also do deals on a Monday and a Thursday – there’s a lot to love about this place!

Pizza Punks


5. American Pizza Slice

American Pizza Slice has a huge cult following – and for good reason. If you’re in the mood for a beautifully greasy slice of New York-style pizza then this is the only place to go. Their thin base pizza base is smothered with a spicy tomato sauce then loaded with 100% mozzarella cheese, and a sprinkling of herbs to make the perfect slice. They’ve started serving ridiculously delicious, squidgy Detroit-style pizzas and wonderfully cheesy Chicago-style pizzas, too. The perfect American trio.

American Pizza Slice


6. Little Furnace

Little Furnace serves up some of the best wood-fired pizza in Liverpool – it’s fresh, tasty, and irresistible. They started out as a pop-up and they have a permanent stand at Baltic Market – a lively corner of the Baltic Triangle that champions independent businesses. They also have a brick-and-mortar shop on the student drag of Smithdown Road. The pizza tastes so authentic and traditional that you’ll be convinced it’s made by Italians. But Scousers’ innate love of hard work means they can put their mind to anything, and it was on Ryan and Peter’s trip to Palermo in Sicily that they fell in love with stripped-back, rustic, warming pizzerias. And a few wines later, Little Furnace was born!

Little Furnace


7. Neapolitan Pizza & Bar

As the name suggests, this relatively new spot specialises in classic Neapolitan pizzas. Think: crispy bases, wonderfully messy toppings, and bubbly crusts. With this spot being so shiny and brand spanking new, you might not expect it to be such excellent value for money. They even do 2-for-1 cocktails. Make sure you come hungry as they do not hold back here – the pizzas are huge with generous toppings and plenty of cheese. We recommend ordering a side of truffle fries to perfectly top off the meal. And no matter how full you are, there’s always room for ice cream – especially in-house Neapolitan ice cream.

Neapolitan Pizza & Bar

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