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Pizza restaurants have always been a big part of the Irish experience.

They were established by people who worked hard and had a lot of passion and imagination for what they wanted to make.

That’s why we’re so grateful to them.

They’ve made a huge contribution to the history of Ireland, and they’re now a huge part of what makes us the country we are.

But, like anything, they’re changing.

As new places open up, we can expect to see more and more pizza restaurants close.

The trend is towards the pizzerias opening up to serve the people.

In the next decade or so, the pizzeria scene will grow in Ireland as more people take to the new restaurant options.

As the pizza scene expands, more and less pizza restaurants will be left standing, with a few restaurants remaining open and serving food for the whole family.

Here are some of the best pizza restaurants in Ireland you can find.

The Best Pizza In Ireland There are a lot more pizza places in Ireland than you might think.

There are hundreds of pizza restaurants all over the country, with some more than a thousand serving food to customers.

Pizza has always been the ultimate comfort food, so we have to have at least one place in every corner of the country.

It’s a shame there aren’t many pizza restaurants left in the country but we can be grateful to have a few left.

Here’s our top ten of the top ten best pizza places to find in Ireland.

The 10 Best Pizza Restaurants In Ireland 1.

The Spaghetti and Meatballs Pizza and Pasta Inn, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin 2.

Pizza in the Park With its iconic ‘St. Patrick’s Day’ sign, The Spagetti Inn in Dúr Laoghain is one of Dublin’s oldest and best pizzeras.

With a traditional Irish atmosphere, this pizza joint is the perfect spot to eat in the city centre and get some great pizza.

Its also a great place to grab some drinks and snacks.

If you like to try a new pizza and want to impress your friends and family with your taste buds, try this pizza in the park.

The ‘Spaghetti and meatballs’ pizza is one that’s very popular with the crowds at the Spagettis.

There is an open bar area and you can order a variety of pizzas from a wide selection of toppings and toppings combinations.


The Pizza Hut at The Park, Co Mayo 4.

The St. Patrick Bakery In a modernist design, The St Patrick Bakeries, in Derry, Co Down, is one the best places to eat pizza in Dublin.

This famous bakeries is known for its signature pizza.

With the pizzas being handcrafted and handmade in small batches, the pizza is made to order and delivered to your doorstep within an hour.

Its a perfect place to enjoy the pizza while waiting for the next batch to be made.


The Italian Pizza The Pizza at The Italian, Dublin 6.

The Caffe Bocce At the foot of the ‘Garden’, in the heart of the city, is a restaurant called The Caffè Bocces.

Named after the ‘Italian’ family of Italian families that were born in Drogheda, The Cabbie Boccce has been serving the pizza in its cafe for over a century.

With great pizza, you can take a walk up to the restaurant and enjoy a delicious meal while being greeted by the Caffé Boces.


The Droggan Pizza at the Garden, Co Cork 8.

The Pesto at the Beach This is one place that you can feel at home at.

Located on the beach, the Pestolata Pizza is a classic Italian pizza.

It has been making the rounds of Ireland for over 100 years and is an amazing place to get a good slice of pizza.

If your favourite food is Italian, try the Peste Pizza which is made with pesto.


The Big Pie at the Gardens, Co. Meath 10.

The Kebab Shop at the Park The Keg and the Kebabs are two of the oldest and most popular restaurants in Dublin, and the one that has served food to the Irish people since time immemorial.

This one is a favorite with the locals and has a loyal following of customers all over Ireland.


The Olde Town Pizza at St Patrick’s Park This is a very popular place to sit down and have a great pizza in a quiet place with a good view of the beach.

You can order the classic Italian pizzas and add a side of salad or a pizza to go, but there is something for everyone.

There’s a range of pizzeria serving up food for you to try at this classic spot in the Old Town.


The Ice Cream Parlour At the Garden Hotel, Dublin 13.

The Great Pizza at Kildare Town Hall This is the place to go for a great pie