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Pizza Par-tay

October arrived with a thick fog of humidity and sweltering temperatures, which means there’s no better time to invite some mates around the pool – or the air conditioner – and have a pizza party. A few new pizza joints have made themselves at home in Darwin. Here are a couple of the newest (or recently refurbished) places to grab a feed.

STRAIGHT FROM ITALIA

Alfonsino’s, Darwin Want an authentic Napoletana style pizza from a gold-tiled pizza oven? Look no further, Alfonsino’s has you covered. Since opening earlier this year Alfonsino’s has made a name for themselves as one of the hottest spots in town. 
HOT TIP: Salsiccia & Friarielli – Italian sausage, fiordilatte, friarielli, parmesan, chilli oil.
DELIVERY: NO
GLUTEN FREE: CALL TO CONFIRM
VEGO: YES

FRESH & FANCY

Frankies Pizza Joint, Darwin Fancy a wine with your fancy pizza? Frankie’s Pizza Joint is one of the newest kids on the pizza block. The pizzas are simple with high-quality fresh ingredients paired with an excellent wine selection.
HOT TIP: Super Mario – truffle porcini cream, pancetta, parmesan, rocket, mozzarella.
DELIVERY: YES
GLUTEN FREE: YES
VEGO: YES

NEW NOSTALGIA

Pizza Hut, Coolalinga  If the 90s are retro, Pizza Hut is a vintage icon returned from the dead (in Darwin at least). If you need a hit of nostalgia head down and fill your insides with some good ol’ fashioned grub and friendly service. 
HOT TIP: Hershey’s Cookie – because pizza can be dessert too.
DELIVERY: YES
GLUTEN FREE: YES
VEGO: YES

DOWN THE TRACK

The Lazy Lizard Tavern, Pine Creek If you’ve got a hankering for pizza but are heading down the track, stop in at the Lazy Lizard Tavern. The pub does the best pizza for miles. The venue had a facelift this year but kept the charm of the iconic outback pub.
HOT TIP: Crocodile pizza.
DELIVERY: NO
GLUTEN FREE: YES
VEGO: YES

MADE WITH LOVE

Home made Nothing beats a homemade pizza and it’s a great way to keep everyone entertained and happy at your pizza party.
HOT TIP: Use pita bread if you love a thin crust, and scone dough if you prefer a softer base.
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