Bath Pizza Co.

Opening Times
Monday - Thursday12pm - 9pm
Friday12pm - 10pm
Saturday11am - 10pm
Sunday11am - 9pm
Date NightsRestaurantsTakeawayPizza££

01225 588886
Green Park Station, 2-3 Westmoreland Station Rd, Bath BA1 1JB
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Why we love it

When pizza crust starts to look like the welcoming grin of an old pal, you know you’re stopping by Bath Pizza Co. too often. But quite frankly, with pizza this good, we couldn’t give a damn.

Based in Green Park Station market, Bath Pizza Co. turn out some amazing pizza from their small wooden-clad home. The key to their success? Simplicity. It’s not all bells and whistles, just good quality ingredients and experience. Each pizza is showered with a selection of hand-picked toppings from local suppliers, including cheese from Homewood Farm and Cranborne Chase venison. They’re then cooked in their wood-fired pizza oven at temperatures that leaves the crusts beautifully blistered, to give each slice a delicate charred taste and crumbling texture.

The best way to enjoy Bath Pizza Co. is by grabbing a seat in their alfresco area. It’s the perfect way to soak up some of the market atmosphere during the lunchtime opening hours, when sunlight drops in through the vaulted Victorian glass roof above. And it you’re looking for a more romantic setting, the space is beautifully serene and intimate after dark, illuminated by strings of festoon lighting. There’s also opportunities to sit inside from Sunday to Thursdays too, at Bath Pizza Co.’s sister site - Green Park Brassiere.

Our favourite time to stop by is during one of their regular live music events throughout the summer months, when Green Park Station turns into a hive of activity, sights and sounds. We can all agree that there’s not much better than kicking back with a slice of ‘za and a spritz, whilst listening to some smooth jazz. Bellissimo.

We’ll see you there very soon.


Order the chicken & pesto pizza, with meat from the local Tunley Farm.
Get there in time for sunset to watch the venue transform.
Who can resist a blood orange San Pellegrino when it's around?