The much-loved pizzeria opened in Sale just a few months ago.
Following a successful few years of expansion for Ancoats-born Rudy’s, it looks as though the popular pizzeria has its sights set on Cheshire – with a new restaurant in Stockton Heath set to open this spring.
Marking the pizzeria’s seventh restaurant, it’s reported that the new restaurant will open in an old Barclay’s Bank site on Walton Road in the bustling heart of the town centre.
After exponential growth across Manchester city centre since 2015, when it was founded and run by Jim Morgan and Kate Wilson, the pizza chain has found success in cities such as Liverpool, Leeds and Birmingham.
Beth Sinclair, General Manager of Rudy’s Stockton Heath said: “I’m really excited about living in Stockton Heath and getting to know the area more. It won’t be long before we are able to fire up the oven and serve delicious Neapolitan pizza. As a team we can’t wait to meet the locals and neighbours and become part of town life.”
The pizzeria is now owned by Mission Mars – the company behind other successful restaurants in Manchester such as Trof and Albert’s Schloss. In recent months, Rudy’s rolled out their nationwide ‘Bake At Home’ pizzas, which have allowed fans to get their fix throughout the national lockdown and changing tiered systems.
The original restaurant still resides on Ancoat’s Cutting Room Square, however, Mancs can also enjoy Rudy’s authentic Neapolitan pizzas – which have been voted the best in the UK – on Peter Street and in Sale.