Inclusive pizza restaurant to open in Bristol
by Jess Carter
11 March 2019
The pair behind a unique pizzeria concept in Bath are opening a new site this March
Innovative Bath pizza gaff Dough is soon to open a brand new restaurant in Bristol.
Hospitality pro Massimo Nucaro and pizza acrobat Emiliano Tunno have chosen the large, glass-fronted building on Baldwin Street that formerly housed Aquila for their second site. Expect to see plenty of free-from and vegan options on the inclusive menu, and the widest variety of pizza doughs in the city, including sourdough, seaweed, hemp and turmeric, not to mention four gluten-free numbers, such as purple corn.
“It’s really important for us for everyone to be able enjoy our expertise in what we do, which is why we’ve got such a selection of artisanal ‘alternative’ doughs,” Massimo explains. “We’ve gained quite a following in Bath with people looking for authentic gluten-free pizzas, and for being a great place to eat for those with food intolerances, so we can’t wait to bring the concept to the centre of Bristol too.”
Other Italian eats like spaghetti aglio, olio e peperoncino (spaghetti with garlic, oil and chilli pepper) and gnocchi alla curcurma (turmeric gnocchi with ’nduja and smoked mozerella) will also be served in the two-storey restaurant.
The launch is planned for the end of March; keep an eye on Dough's Twitter account for more.