Pizza Delivery Rugby

18 North Street
CV21 2AF Rugby
Tel.: 01788 565566
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Opening hours

Monday 11:00  -  01:00
Tuesday 11:00  -  01:00
Wednesday 11:00  -  01:00
Thursday 11:00  -  01:00
Friday 11:00  -  03:00
Saturday 11:00  -  03:00
Sunday 11:00  -  01:00

Store information

Take a break from cooking this evening and order a fresh pizza from Domino’s Rugby You can view the menu and order online now. Whilst you’re there why not sign up for our new text ordering service. Order you favourite pizza from your mobile every day until late.

Rugby is credited as the birthplace of rugby football, when in 1823 William Webb Ellis picked up the ball and ran with it across the playing fields of Rugby School. Founded in 1567 by Queen Elizabeth’s grocer Lawrence Sheriff to educate boys from his hometown, Rugby School became one of England's most prestigious public schools. It was the setting for Thomas Hughes's semi-autobiographical Tom Brown's Schooldays. Rugby was a sleepy Warwickshire market town until the arrival of the railway in 1838, when it rapidly became an important railway junction. Almost a hundred years after the arrival of the railway the first jet engine was built at the British Thomson-Houston works in Rugby by Frank Whittle.