Parsons Bakery to open new pizza kitchen in one of its Bristol stores

A new pizza kitchen is set to open in Parsons Bakery's Knowle store A new pizza kitchen is set to open in Parsons Bakery's Knowle store
A new pizza kitchen is set to open in Parsons Bakery's Knowle store
It is expected to open soon

A Bristol bakery is set to open a new pizza kitchen in one of its stores.  

The new offering is due to come to Parsons Bakery’s shop on Wells Road in Knowle in early February, with the exact date to be revealed nearer the time.        

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It will be the fifth pizza bakery by Parsons, which it also currently operates in its Bedminster, Fishponds, Kingswood and Henleaze stores.      

A Parsons spokesperson told BristolWorld they will let us know ‘closer to the time the finer details’.     

But at its current stores, the 14-inch pizzas cost £10 and are also available for delivery on UberEats and Deliveroo.    

The menu consists of around 13 different pizzas, with classic flavours, white bases and vegetarian and vegan options also available.   

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Parsons first started opening in the evenings to offer a pizza delivery service from its North Street site in Bedminster.   

Speaking previously about the offering, Ben Paxton, operations manager of Parsons, said: "We have often thought about extending our menus, and pizza became the perfect choice.   

"It’s been exciting to see how much our customers have enjoyed the pizza.   

"Bristol has always championed independent food businesses. Our first store was in Clevedon in 1926, and our first Bristol store in Bedminster opened in 2001. 

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"Since then, we have gone from strength to strength, and we can’t wait for even more Bristolians to try our pizza menu."

Parsons Bakery has almost 50 branches across the South West and 14 in Bristol alone.  

The company’s stores that currently offer pizza are open for orders Sunday to Thursday between 5pm and 9pm, and Friday and Saturday, 5pm to 10.30pm.   

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