Rudy’s brings back bake-at-home pizzas – with free pizzas available throughout August

Now you can enjoy a fresh Rudy’s pizza from the comfort of your own home.

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Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza have relaunched their popular bake-at-home pizzas and to celebrate they’re offering four for the price of six throughout August.

The concept was originally rolled out during lockdown when restaurants were forced to shut and quickly became popular.

The first Rudy’s restaurant was founded in 2015 in Ancoats and there are now 19 locations altogether nationally – including several in Greater Manchester, as well as Leeds, Liverpool and Birmingham. Earlier this year they took over the former Dawsons music shop on Portland Street, where they also opened a pizza school.

Bake-at-home pizza’s come in four of the restaurants most popular toppings, including the signature Calabrese with spicy ‘nduja sausage, the classic Margherita, the Carne, which comeswith salame finocchiona, salame picante and wild boar salame, and the Portobello. They also offer a vegan Portobello option and a garlic bread.

Rudy’s bake-at-home pizza. Credit: Rudy’s Neapolitan PizzaRudy’s bake-at-home pizza. Credit: Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza
Rudy’s bake-at-home pizza. Credit: Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza

Neal Bates, Managing Director of Rudy’s Pizza Napoletana, said: “During lockdown, our Bake At Home pizza range was incredibly popular, and we were so grateful to our friends across the country who supported us. Bake at home was rested while we reopened our pizzerias’’.

“Since then, we have been regularly asked when the Bake At Home pizzas would be available again, so recently we have built our Rudy’s Home Delivery Kitchen in our Portland Street Manchester pizzeria’’.

How to order and cook Rudy’s pizza at home

Pizza’s can be ordered via the Rudy’s website. Customers will need to pick their preferred delivery spot, which are on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Deliveries are made by DPD. They cost £7.90, apart from the garlic bread, which costs

All the instructions, which can also be found on the packets, say preheat an oven to 220°C/430°F, drizzle a little olive oil, pop the pizza in the oven on the middle shelf then bake for seven minutes.

How to redeem your August discount

Throughout August, anyone buying four bake-at-home pizza’s will be entitled to an extra two. To redeem the six-pizza introductory, you need to enter the RUDYS644 at checkout.