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A Legend in it’s own lunchtime

Legend Pizza has been offering up delicious pizza, crafted using locally-sourced ingredients, for well over 30 years in Byron Bay. Now fully licensed, they have a fantastic dine-in experience to add to their takeaway and delivery options.

Sitting out in the front courtyard watching the world go by and enjoying a delicious pizza served up on wooden pizza paddles, with one of their locally brewed beverages, is a joy. Chillout to tunes and sample some of the Northern Rivers’ finest beers from Wandana, Stone & Wood and Spangled Drongo. Enjoy your wine by the glass, or share a bottle with friends during their happy hour from 4pm to 6pm daily.

As the years have gone by, many memories were created in the old venue on Jonson Street. Turning up for 2am slices, for snacks in between nightclubs, are just one of the many memories that a lot of us have. But with a changing town and environment, Legend’s has also made changes. They no longer have the late-night operating hours, but the food has stayed true to its roots with the same suppliers and ingredients. A huge selection of different sauces and condiments are free for

 restaurant customers and a selection of hot sauces available that go all the way up to 1.3 million Scoville Heat Units – that is HOT!

Head in to make some new Legendary memories in their newish home on Marvell Street.

From Monday to Wednesday they also have large pizzas from their basics range for just $15.

Legend Pizza: 2/3 Marvell St Byron Bay, open from 3pm till late, 7 days.
legendpizza.com.au
or 66 855 700


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