Yes, many pizzerias in Tulum offer vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. We recommend going for Pizza Papi, Pizza Mangalar, and an honorable mention, Holistika Tulum.
It will cost no more than 400 pesos to dine at the pizza restaurants in town. Which can get you 8 large slices of pizza and a drink. But it can cost way more if you dine at any pizza
It is much easier to park in town than at the beach. Parking in town is always free, and you can park by the side of the sidewalk (avoid the ones with yellow markings). While at the beach, you need
Some restaurants (not only pizza restaurants) accept USD in cash. However, they have their own currency exchange for dollars.
You can pay using Mexican pesos in cash or using a card at most pizza restaurants. As a rule of thumb, be sure to check with the staff first if they accept cards before ordering.
Yes, children under 18 are welcome to any pizza restaurants in Tulum.
Most of the best pizza restaurants are located in Tulum town and in La Veleta, a neighborhood of Tulum.
The best pizza restaurant in Tulum is Pizza Manglar. It is because of its affordability, taste, and satisfaction. Furthermore, the restaurant has earned a 4.6-star rating with over 1,500 reviews.