Launched as a celebration of the publication of Daniel Young’s book Where To Eat Pizza, The Experts’ Guide to the World’s Best Pizza Places, the London Pizza Festival has become an annual event. Pizza fans should head to foodie haven Borough Market for a slice of the action. As well as pizzas from the likes of The Hearth, Homeslice, Pizza Pilgrims, Rossopomodoro and Yard Sale Pizza, there are dough making classes and glasses of prosecco to quaff as well as DJ sets.
The £28.00 Pizza Course ticket will get you a pizza, dough-making demo (with leftover dough so you can make you’re own at home), and glass of Prosecco. All proceeds from this ticket will go to FareShare London, an initiative that saves good food from going to waste and redistributes it to charities to make meals for Londoners in need of support. It sounds like a pretty decent incentive to part with a little of your hard-earned bread.
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