There's a new pizza, bagel and booze joint in Stretford and it looks brilliant!
Things are afoot once again in Stretford, as a new pizza joint opens up on Chester Road. A new addition to the old Samir’s spot, it looks set to be the area’s newest must-visit neighbourhood gaff.
BAKEHOUSE32 is a proper old-school New York kinda place, serving up New York-style pizzas, stuffed bagels, beers and ice creams from local producers Churn Ices. With plans for Detroit-style pizzas in the coming weeks too – it looks like we’ll all be getting on the Metrolink at some point in the next week to give these bad boys a go.
Available for delivery and collection now, there’s plenty of classic New York pies available, including the classic Margherita (£8), Pepperoni & Hot Honey (£9), Coppa Ham & Wild Mushroom (£9) and Aubergine, Olive And Caper (£8).
In addition, over the next few weeks they’ll be baking their very own bagels in store, filled to the brim with a variety of classic New York fillings such as the unbeatable Ruben, Salt Beef and Liptauer; a Slovakian spicy cheese spread that you’ll find in every deli in Manhattan.
Like many endeavors, BAKEHOUSE32 is a product of lockdown, time that has allowed people to hone and perfect their recipes and concepts, and in this case, owner Dave, a born-and-bred Stretfordian has created something he can truly be proud of. An alumni of The Sip Club and the Spirit of The Essoldo Cinema Club, he’s a true local and looks to champion the area in which he lives.
As a result, alongside collection from the venue, BAKEHOUSE32 are also offering delivery using SHOCAL – an Urmston-based delivery service which is much friendlier both to the local business and the local community than the other delivery ‘Big Boys’.
SHOCAL’s promise is that with every order made, a percentage goes back into the local community. Even more great news for the people of Stretford!
As mentioned, over the coming weeks BAKEHOUSE32 will start serving up bagels and even Detroit-style pizzas – so follow them on socials to keep abreast of any new developments. They’re open now so if you fancy a pizza for your tea – give ’em a go…