We are based in Bath and available for events in the Bath, Bristol, Somerset and South Wales area.
Visit us at The Bell Inn, Bath on
Wednesday 5PM – 9:30PM
Friday 5PM – 9:30PM
Sunday 12PM – 7PM
+ most Saturday during the Autumn / Winter season
Here at The Pizza Bike we are focusing on local markets, festivals and small and medium private events ( 25 to 150 people) where we will serve you one of the best pizza you can try in a unique and fun way. Our pizza is not a fast food, it’s a soul food. We work with some great local and international suppliers assuring you top quality and competitive prices
The Pizza bike is powered by 3 portable Roccbox pizza ovens, that are allowing us to cook pizzas in less than 90 seconds. We can comfortably cook for parties as small as 25 people and as big as 150
For any queries about markets, festivals or private events please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch promptly.
Since April 2015 we’re proud to be part of Green Park Station, Bath; The Harbourside Market, Bristol; British Street Food Awards; Tobacco Factory Sunday Market, Bristol; Temple Quay Market, Bristol; St. Nicks Night Market, Bristol; Bath Artisan Market; The Bell Inn, Bath; Glastonbury Farmers Market; Eat Drink Fashion Festival, Bristol; Bristol International Kite Festival; Secret Garden Party; Bristol Food Connections; Bath Festival of Motoring; Warminster Wobble Cycling Festival; Bath Carnival; Street Food Circus, Cardiff; Party in The City, Bath; South Bristol Artisan Market; Bradford On Avon Cycling Festival;
The Pizza Bike is a venture which is always on the move so follow us on Twitter @thepizzabike for the latest updates about our travels and whereabouts.
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Bristol Harbourside Market
May 10, 2015 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Delightful to say that through May The Pizza Bike will be at Bristol Harbourside Market! Come along and have a slice of magical pizza.
The Harbourside Market Bristol is no ordinary market.Bristol has an historic harbour full of tradition but it had unfortunately become associated more with drinking culture than a desirable location for those that love Bristol to visit and be proud of.In 2010, No.1 Harbourside restaurant opened its doors. Its aim was to promote a more sustainable, responsible and accessible experience. The restaurant actively promoted other businesses within the Harbourside that shared a similar progressive philosophy. The aim was to reclaim the city centre and make it relevant for everybody.