7 Hot New Dublin Pizza Joints That Serve Superb Pizza

It's a pizza revolution

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No matter what all our individual food tastes are there is one thing that most of us can agree on and that is the fact that pizza is the king of all foods. 

You could make a good case for burgers, steak or Mexican but give us carbs, tomato sauce and melted cheese any day of the week.

While Dublin has always had a good pizza scene, things have drastically improved in 2016 with the addition of some cracking new spots.

You probably won't be able to do these all in one weekend but you certainly should start working your way through this list with great haste. 

Time to live the good life...

1. The Yarn 

Any place that pitches themselves as having amazing pizza and cocktails is always going to get our vote. Add in a slick terrace and this is heaven.

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2. The New Da Mimmo's

Not exactly a new find for most people but since they have moved to a new bigger restaurant they have taken things to another level. Eating a pizza in here is like heaven on earth.

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3. Gaillot And Gray 

A beautiful local restaurant which started out of town but is now creating amazing pizzas in Dublin 8. 

4. Cirollo's 

Been open for a while on Baggot Street but the taste of their epic pizzas is just not getting old. Good value and high on taste.

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5. The Dublin Pizza Company 

A tiny venue on the newly hip Aungier Street. The masses have been descending on this place and their pizzas are absolutely to die for.

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6. Tiger Pizza

We've been raving about this new Rathmines spot. But you'll just have to try it for yourself. 

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7. Pallet Pizza 

Another excellent pizza place on cool Camden street. What more could you want?

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Bon appétit!

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Niall Harbison

Niall founded Lovin' Dublin with a few fairly simple aims: discover new places to eat in Dublin and share simple recipes cooked up in his kitchen.

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