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This mobile pizzeria is geared up with a wood-fire oven that can cook a pizza in 90 seconds. Their thin and crispy bases are served with a range of delicious toppings, including the Nether Edge Vegan, the Meersbrook Meaty and the Heeley Hot.

You can find them at Café #9 in Nether Edge (Wednesdays), The Cross Scythes in Totley (Thursdays) and The Greystones (Fridays). From March, they are setting up a permanent pizza home at the Peddler Market in Kelham Island.


235 Crookes, S10 1TH

The guys who own The Closed Shop, The Rutland Arms and The Three Tuns recently took over the reins at The Punchbowl in Crookes. Enjoy decent real ales together with great pizzas. The menu has a tempting choice of 12” pizzas with cider piggy pork, Yorkshire goat’s cheese and the Punchbowl pizza. There are daily specials, weekly special offers (Mon-Wed £18 for two pizzas and a bottle of wine) and a takeaway service is available.


1A Kelham Square, S3 8SD
359-361 Ecclesall Road, S11 8PF

From The Milestone team comes Craft & Dough. The name says it all, as the menu serves up an extensive choice of craft beers (over 30) and a selection of handmade pizzas. They do brunch dishes, coffee and cocktails too. The pizzas have creative toppings, from butternut squash, purple sprouting broccoli and rosemary to tandoori chicken breast, raita, chilli and Bombay mix. Gluten-free and vegan options available on request.


383 Abbeydale Road, S7 1FS

Housed in the former ballroom and billiard hall of the 1920s Abbeydale Picture House, PHS is a chilled-out venue where you can play table tennis and indulge in pizza, beers and cocktails. Feast on flavoursome pizzas cooked with top-notch ingredients, with toppings of sprout, pancetta and blue cheese, nduja and artichoke. Check out their hunger-inducing pictures on Instagram.


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