The five best spots to grab pizza in the city

Image: Via La Tana Pizza

Pizza pies are fast taking over Cork city, one cheesy slice at a time. From deep dish to Neapolitan, check out our recommendations for the best pizzerias in town:

5. Palmento

Owned by the Tavolieri family, with over 30 year’s of pizza baking experience in Cork, Palmento serves fresh, sourdough pizza in the heart of Douglas Village. Available now for collection & delivery via Just Eat, or you can order directly from their website here.

4. La Tana Pizza

Home of the ever famous Tayto pizza – that’s right, ‘La Tayto’ is a mouth-watering Neapolitan pizza topped with garlic butter, Italian ham, mozzarella, fontina cheese and of course, two packets of Tayto cheese & onion. Located at 67A Barrack Street, La Tana is open for collection & delivery via JustEat.

3. Uncle Pete’s

Located at 40 Paul St, Uncle Pete’s is a staple pizzeria in the heart of Cork city. Serving some of the most indulgent dishes in Cork, pizza lovers can often be seen lining up outside to get their fix. Now available via Deliveroo

2. Oak Fire Pizza

Arguably Cork’s best wood-fired pizza, Oak Fire Pizza originated in West Cork in 2010, and now has locations at Princess St and Gillabbey St. If you’re grabbing pizza from Oak Fire, you absolutely must try their homemade cheesecakes! Available now for collection, delivery & via Deliveroo or directly from their website.

1. Burnt Pizza

With a custom-built pizza oven flown in from Naples, it’s no wonder Burnt does some of the best Neapolitan pizza in town. Our favourite is the ‘Quattro Gusti’ – four flavours in one! You can order your Burnt fix for collection at their main location 21 Princess St, at their brand new drive-thru at Marina Market and via Deliveroo 

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