As Melbourne gears up for World Pizza Day 2024 on February 9th, the city’s vibrant culinary landscape is all set to showcase its pizza prowess. From the bustling streets of CBD to the charming alleys of Brunswick, each pizzeria in this guide brings its unique twist to the much-loved Italian classic.
Baby Pizza, Richmond – A Midday Pizza Party
Nestled in Richmond, Baby Pizza offers a tempting deal this World Pizza Day. For just $20, you can choose from a variety of pizzas, including the beloved Margherita and the fiery Spicy Pepperoni. This lunch-only offer, exclusive for dine-in guests, promises a lively Italian dining experience. So, book your spot at Baby Pizza and soak in the summer vibes.
i Carusi ii, St Kilda – A Double Delight Deal
At i Carusi ii in St Kilda, the ‘Buy One, Get One Free’ offer this World Pizza Day includes a range of tempting flavours like Gamberi with prawns and mint oil, the spicy Diovala, the truffle-infused Funghi, classic Margarita, and the veggie-rich Madre Terra. Book your spot for this offer on February 9th, from 5:30 PM till late, at 231 Barkly Street, St Kilda. To make a reservation or for more information, visit icarusiii.com.au.
Ombra, Melbourne CBD – Flavours of Innovation
In the heart of Melbourne CBD, Ombra is spicing up World Pizza Day. Guy Grossi’s culinary haven introduces three limited-edition pizzas: the opulent Lobster Pizza, the unique Pizza Carbonara, and the summery Dolce Pizza. With prices ranging from $25 to $75, these creations are a testament to Ombra’s flair for combining decadence with playfulness.
400 Gradi – A Margherita Fiesta
Johnny Di Francesco of 400 Gradi is treating pizza lovers to a fantastic offer. Celebrate World Pizza Day 2024 with their famous Margherita pizzas at half the price. Available all day at every 400 Gradi outlet, this is a golden opportunity to indulge in Di Francesco’s award-winning pizza artistry.
Da Paolo at Bahama Gold, Brunswick – A Summer Residency
The trendy Bahama Gold in Brunswick welcomes Da Paolo’s Kitisak Iacuzi for a summer residency. The pizzas, priced between $18 and $24, feature a blend of Italian and Australian flavours. Iacuzi’s dough, fermented for 48 hours, provides the perfect canvas for fresh, seasonal toppings. Pair these with Bahama Gold’s select wines and tunes for an unforgettable evening.
As World Pizza Day 2024 approaches, Melbourne’s pizza destinations are ready to delight your taste buds. Whether it’s a quick lunch at Baby Pizza or a leisurely evening at 400 Gradi, these spots are a testament to the city’s enduring love for pizza. So, gather your friends, mark your calendars, and embark on a pizza adventure across Melbourne’s finest.
In other pizza news:
D.O.C To Open In St Kilda
D.O.C, a household name in Melbourne’s Italian dining scene, is set to open a new chapter in St Kilda. Located at Saint Moritz residences, this new outlet will feature a deli and a pizza & mozzarella bar. Opening in early March, D.O.C will offer a mix of traditional and contemporary Italian dishes, complemented by a curated wine list.