New Rudy's restaurant giving away 2,500 pizzas to mark opening this month

By Danni King

Rudy's Neapolitan Pizza has announced its new Bold Street restaurant will open this month.

Rudy's confirmed it was opening a new restaurant last month, as it revealed plans to takeover the old Sainsbury's located at the top of Bold Street.

Sainsbury's temporarily closed back in March 2020, at the start of the first national lockdown. However, a Sainsbury's spokesperson confirmed the Bold Street store would be closing for good back in June.

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The building has been undergoing a major transformation over the past month, and now the popular pizzeria has revealed the new restaurant will be opening at the end of September.

It is the second Rudy's to open in Liverpool city centre, with its original branch on Castle Street opening back in 2018.

The restaurant has become a staple to the thriving hospitality scene on Castle Street, proving popular with pizza-lovers

Rudy's offers a wide selection of of pizza including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. Takeaway and delivery is also available, as well as 'bake at home' options where customers can purchase cooking kits.

The chain is currently number one pizzeria on TripAdvisor in the UK, and has branches across the UK, including cities such as Manchester and Leeds.

The launch of Rudy's on Bold Street will be marked with 2,500 free pizzas available for visitors, based on a first come first served basis.

Visitors can register their interest online, with an exclusive link to book a free pizza session being sent out nearer the opening date.

To find out more about Rudy's on Bold Street, click here.

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