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Dough&Co in Abbeygate Street, Bury St Edmunds to rebrand as bottomless pizza restaurant, Slices





Foodies are in for a treat this summer as a Bury St Edmunds restaurant rebrands offering bottomless pizza for a set price.

Business partners Silas Teixeira and Paddy are reopening Dough&Co, in Abbeygate Street, as Slices in July.

Silas said: “Paddy and I both met in this building when it was Patisserie Valerie back in 2012.

Dough&Co, in Abbeygate Street, Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Suffolk News
Dough&Co, in Abbeygate Street, Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Suffolk News

“We remained good friends and work colleagues throughout the years and both went on to start our own businesses.

“We always said we would work together again in the future, it was almost written that we would come back here as business partners.”

Describing what customers can expect at the restaurant, Silas said: “As soon as you walk through the door you will be shown to a table and our team will bring you a slice straight over.”

The dough and marina will be made in house and the pizzas will be cooked in a woodfired oven.

Silas Teixeira will be running Slices in Bury St Edmunds with friend and business partner Paddy McLeavey. Picture: Submitted
Silas Teixeira will be running Slices in Bury St Edmunds with friend and business partner Paddy McLeavey. Picture: Submitted

Waiters and waitresses will walk around the restaurant offering both classic and more adventurous flavour combinations.

Paddy and Silas want to make Slices an affordable place for families to eat and children under six will eat free with a paying adult.

There will be a pizza cart outside for any weekend or holiday customers who want to buy a giant New York style slice to takeaway.

Slices will be open seven days a week from noon until late and offer cocktails and other drinks.

Dough&Co is still trading as usual and will close mid-July for the rebrand.