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Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza opens Soho restaurant

The 140-cover location is the chain’s first site located in the South of England.

Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza has announced the opening of its pizzeria in Soho’s Wardour Street.

The 140-cover location is the chain’s first site located in the South of England, and features a menu that includes all the classics such as their Margherita, Tarantina and the Salsiccia del Nonno. Soho specials are available and change weekly, partnering with familiar London brands such as Hackney Gelato. 

Their wine list offers a selection of blackboard specials from Mille Gusti wines who also supply River Café and Bocca di Lupo. Their cocktail menu includes classics like the Negroni and Aperol Spritz as well as the Sospiri and Hugo Spritz – elderflower, Tanqueray gin and prosecco (£6.50). 
 
Megan Bews, General Manager of Rudy’s Soho says, ‘After heading up our original Rudy’s in Ancoats  for 6 years, the countdown to firing up the oven and serving our take on delicious Neapolitan Pizza in Soho is incredibly exciting. 

“We’re very much part of the furniture up North, so being able to spread a bit of Rudy’s love in London is huge. I’m so looking forward to serving you your next slice, meeting the locals and becoming part of the Soho community,” said Megan Bews, general manager of Rudy’s Soho.

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