Pizza Punks will open in Liverpool in September. Credit: via We Are Indigo

Pizza Punks to make North West debut in Liverpool

The sourdough pizza brand is transforming the former Halifax bank off Bold Street into an 8,000 sq ft restaurant and bar with regular DJ and live music performances.

Pizza Punks is set to open in September at 30-32 Bold Street, setting up shop in the building’s ground floor and basement.

The Liverpool location will be the brand’s seventh in the UK and first in the North West. With a capacity for 170 covers indoors and an additional 30 outside, it will also be the largest Pizza Punks in the UK.

Krol Corlett Construction has been at work on the site, alongside building surveyors Peacock Stevens & Co. Earlier this year, the contractors unearthed beautiful tilework that had been hidden behind the building’s walls.

Billed as “anarchy in the oven”, the brand offers customers a chance to choose as many toppings as they want for their pizza. Customers choose their toppings from a list of 35 options, including traditional favourites – such as Tuscan sausage and olives – as well as more unique selections – such as black pudding, garlic and rosemary tomatoes, and onion bhajis.

The Liverpool restaurant will also offer customers fresh pasta that they can customise with toppings and sauces.

“At Pizza Punks we do things differently,” said Pizza Punks founder Brad Stevens.

“Our customers have the freedom to make the experience their own – they can punk up their pizza or pasta with unlimited, quality toppings for no extra charge.

“We want families and friends to visit and have the best time,” he continued.

“For us, it is about providing excellent quality ingredients, unrivalled levels of customer service and most importantly, having fun; we want our guests to enjoy some great food, drinks and music with us.”

Pizza Punks also has locations in Glasgow, Belfast, and Leicester.

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More good news for the lower end of Bold Street to add to the Albert Schloss opening due later this year, one day hopefully the owners of the Lyceum building will realise it`s potential and get some outlets up and running in there.

By Anonymous

Liverpool great choice attractive location in the Northwest

By Anonymous

Meanwhile the default second capital gets shiny new towers and more grade A office space.

By Michael McDonut

We’ll, I guess that’s something then.

By Anonymous

They probably realised that the Manchester pizza market is too saturated lol

By Liverpool Fresh Sea Air

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