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Pi Guy Pizza Pops Up At Belfast's Hill Street Hatch

Published on Nov 17 2021 12:16 PM in Restaurant tagged: Trending Posts / Hill Street Hatch / Pi Guy Pizza

Pi Guy Pizza Pops Up At Belfast's Hill Street Hatch

Pi Guy Pizza has opened a pop-up outlet at Belfast's Hill Street Hatch.

Details

A statement announcing the news said, "Pi Guy, a naturally leavened pizza concept, is popping up in Hill Street Hatch for three weekends beginning Thursday 11 November, Thursday 18 November and Thursday 25th November. Marty Duggan will be showcasing his passion for pizza and serving his own unique take on Neapolitan, New York and Trenton style pizzas between Thursday and Sunday each weekend. Opening hours are from 12-6 each day.

"Marty makes pizza from 100% organic dough that is naturally leavened - and he is constantly inspired by the availability of local, quality ingredients, which he uses to push the boundaries of what is expected in terms of flavour.

"While he had been making pizza at home for several years, the pandemic and furlough allowed Marty to focus on developing his recipes, and after a series of wildly successful pop-up nights, Marty decided that his part-time pizza obsession needed to become a full time business - which has led him to Hill Street Hatch!

"Marty picked the 'Pi' symbol for his logo due to its mathmatecial association with circles, a play on the phrase 'Pizza Pie', but it is also because Pi, the number, is infinite.

"' like to think of pizza that way…there's no end to the possibility of what you can do with it. That enables me to create pizzas that feel familiar yet are truly unique. That's the aim for me with Pi Guy.'

"So say Hi! to Pi Guy, and visit Hill Street Hatch between the 11th and 28th November!"

Additional Information

The statement announcing the news added, "For more details please contact [email protected] or call 07889246237."

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