The Old Bookshop launch new pizza menu

The Old Bookshop launch new pizza menu

Posted on: 09 Oct 2020

Get great deals on top-notch pizza at the popular North Street pub.


The Old Bookshop have officially launched their brand-new pizza menu, with Slice Pizzeria set to serve up a range of delicious dishes from 12:00-21:00 every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.


Alongside traditional offerings like an original Margherita, the Slice chefs have put together an intriguing and varied menu, sprucing up classic flavour combinations with a carefully-selected range of ingredients.


From the 'Bristol-style New Yorker' to the beef shin & Iberico ham ragout 'Carnivorous', each and every pizza that makes its way out of the Slice kitchen is made using 24-hour proved dough, stone-baked and topped with a fresh, homemade San Marzano sauce.


The Old Bookshop have made sure to source ingredients locally and ethically wherever possible, and pizzas can be adapted to suit a range of dietary requirements.



Having been closed during lockdown, the pub's owners launched a successful crowdfunding campaign back in August, allowing them to construct and open a new outdoor space and increase capacity while adhering to social distancing restrictions.


The Old Bookshop Reopening Fund raised more than £1500 in a matter of days, allowing the team to safely reopen in early September.


Since then, they've been getting back to doing what they do best, welcoming back locals from in and around Bedminster and relaunching their popular Sunday Roast service.



The opening of Slice Pizzeria represents the latest bit of welcome good news for fans of The Old Bookshop, and we thoroughly recommend booking in advance to guarantee a table.


Following yesterday's (Thursday 8 October) launch, Slice will be operating out of The Old Bookshop kitchen every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with a £5 lunchtime deal running from 12:00-15:00 on Thursdays and Fridays.


For more information, to browse the menu or to follow news and updates, head to The Old Bookshop Facebook page.

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