Thin, light and cooked at 300°C in our hand-made wood-fired oven, our pizzas
are the best in West Yorkshire. Choose from our small menu of carefully crafted
pizzas, experiment with one of our specials or build your own from our snag list.
But we are more than just pizza! Don’t miss our homemade starters, sides and
desserts freshly made at Site every week. With seasonal monthly specials there
will always be something new to try!
And don’t forget, if you want to enjoy our pizza
at home you can always order takeaway.
Thirsty? We have a wide range of craft ales from our friends at Little Valley Brewery as well as draft Peroni and a selection of guest ales.
A delicious choice of wines from around the world and expertly prepared cocktails that add that something special to your visit.
Contact & Opening Times
Wednesdays through Fridays: 4-10pm
Saturdays: 12 noon to 10pm
Sundays: 12 noon to 9pm
You’ll find us here:
Site Pizzeria, 43 Rochdale Road, Todmorden, West Yorkshire, OL14 6LD
How to get in touch:
To book a table call us on 01706 815 606. We’re in the restaurant prepping 2 hours before we open
so call then to be sure to get us.
You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We check our emails twice a day but just in case we
get held up cooking pizza please don’t email same day reservation requests.
About Us & Gallery
Site Pizzeria is a contemporary restaurant and bar in the heart of Todmorden, serving fresh
wood-fired, hand-made pizza, cocktails, craft beers and great wines.
For locals and commuters alike, we offer a little slice of the delights of Manchester and Leeds
but without all that travelling.
Cosy in winter with an open fire and cool in summer (there’s even a hidden garden
where you can dine al fresco) we look forward to welcoming you for a taste of pizza
Our lovely venue is also available to hire for private parties, celebrations and
But there’s more to Site Pizzeria than great pizza and a cracking atmosphere. The
real story begins in 2011 when owner Natalie and her partner Olly started to dig
out 60 tonnes of rubble from the basement of an old mill …