PICS: One Of Dublin's Best Pizzerias Has Just Moved To A New Location

And just in time for payday

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With the weekend (and payday) nearly upon us, it's time to start thinking about where you'll be eating out over the next few days, so here's little something for consideration: Da Mimmo's new premises.

You may be unfamiliar with the pizzeria on North Strand Road, but it was voted one of the best pizza spots in Dublin at this year's Lovin Dublin Restaurant Awards.

Open since 2010, Da Mimmo is a family run business that aims to give its customers an authentic taste of Italy, be it with pizza, wine, dessert, or exquisite coffee.

If you've frequented the pizza place in the past, don't worry, their new location isn't a million miles away from its original, much smaller digs – it's merely two doors down the road.

The (very slight) move was prompted by the Italian restaurant's growing popularity, with their new place having the capacity to seat up to 40 people.

Take a look at it below.

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But you wanna know about the food.

Their pizza menu includes the likes of the Bunga Bunga (mozzarella, ham pepperoni, Italian bacon, Italian sausage), Bianca (Mozzarella gorgonzola Italian sausage, porcini mushrooms, garlic oil & grana cheese), Da Mimmo (tomato, parma ham, shaved parmesan, cherry tomato, rocket salad & drop of extra virgin olive oil) and much more.

There is also plenty of antipasti to choose from, such as Bruschetta, Antipasto Della Casa (Italian meats, vegetables, cheese & focacci), and Insalata Salmon (smoked salmon, served with red onions, cucumbers & capers in an Italian lemon dressing). Find the full menu here.

So if you're in the mood for a bit of Italian this weekend, you can find Da Mimmo at 146 North Strand Road, Dublin 3.

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Seán Kenehan

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