74 dame street, dublin 2
CALL: 01 679 4555
STRAP IN AND BUCKLE UP – IT’S TIME FOR A NEW PIZZA EXPERIENCE
Alan Kelly – Sunday World
Wood-fire pizza is Naples unrivaled culinary masterpiece – The team at Forno 500° take our wood-fire forno (oven) very seriously, we flew a team of artisan oven builders to Dublin and built an ancient style wood burning oven using old world Neapolitan techniques on site. Since then we were so honoured to be awarded the first accreditation in Ireland following a surprise inspection from Naples. We have made the Verace Pizza Napolitana (AVPN) list and became 707th restaurant to join this prestigious list of top pizzerias world wide. Our award stands proud in our window today.
We are dedicated to spreading the culture and traditions of the real wood-fired pizza di Napoli and can create that true smoky oak flavour from our wood oven. Only fresh, all natural, non processed ingredients of top DOP certification are permitted. We hope you enjoy the “Vera” “True” Verace Pizza Napolitana premium taste here in Dublin. Just leave your passport at home and enjoy our premium pizza experience.
Forno 500°’s Restaurant, Bar and Pizzeria is situated on Dame Street, next door to the Olympia theatre box office and facing the pedestrian gates of Dublin Castle. It is in a beautiful plush space formerly known as Les Feres Jacques. Now completely transformed to a two story eatery, it seats 90 guests and houses the first fixed bespoke Neapolitan wood burning oven in Ireland. Now serving the classic soft Pizza di Napoli and fresh homemade pastas. Open for lunch & dinner 7 days a week.
What others are saying
“Forno 500° turns up the heat with a pizza just like Mamma made back in Naples” Tom Doorley – Daily Mail
“We are Neapolitans travelling for pleasure, Forno 500° was a standing ovation from the first to the last bite” Naples- TripAdvisor
“Forno 500° is certainly destined to absolute Neapolitan pizza glory! The pizza Napolitana was as legit as they come”
Italy – TripAdvisor
OPEN 7 DAYS – 12 noon till late – Closed Bank Holiday Monday