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Food / July 30, 2021

Sano pizza have expanded into Dublin 6

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Food / July 30, 2021

Sano pizza have expanded into Dublin 6

Words: Emily Mullen

Just like that the pizza slingers have opened up their second premises in Dublin

One of the city’s most beloved pizza spots has opened up second premises in Dublin 6’s Ranelagh. After making a serious name for themselves slinging delicious and reasonably priced pizzas to the people of Temple Bar, Sano have expanded.

Little is known about the menu of Sano’s new spot, but chances are it will be similar to their original Temple Bar Neapolitan menu.

The team at Sano have said that there will be two different ordering and seating systems are in place across their two locations, with their Temple bar offering outdoor seating for walk-ins and indoor seating available for bookings, while their new spot in Ranelagh is available for indoor seating which must be booked.

The new spot is also taking orders for collection, “just pop in and order for collection” the team have said.

You can find Sano’s new spot on 62 Ranelagh Road, Ranelagh, openings from Sunday-Wednesday 11:30am-10pm and Thursday-Saturday 11:30am- 11pm, for more information visit their Instagram.

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