Back in December, The Irish News revealed Pizza Punks were coming to Belfast, setting up in the Cathedral Quarter on the corner of Waring Street & Hill Street. They’re moving in to Longbridge House, alongside fellow residents Bunsen, so if neon lights and hipster delights are your thing, Longbridge House will soon have you sorted for epic pizza and burgers!
If you’re not familiar with Pizza Punks, their first outlet opened on St. Vincent’s Street in Glasgow, September 2016 and has been a hit with pizza fans looking for something a little bit different. They let you put as many toppings as you want on your wood-fired pizza, on their signature sour-dough base, at no extra price – and have a selection of drinks including wine on tap, craft beers, hand-crafted cocktails, locally-brewed coffee and amazing looking milkshakes.
“Inspired by our love of proper pizza and motivated by our drive to do something different, something unique. What would happen if customers could choose exactly what they want on a pizza without charging more…”
While pizza is very much their thing, the Glasgow restaurant also offers wood-fired roasts, premium cured meats, cheeses, fresh breads, a variety of breakfast options and innovative, ever-changing specials. We’re expecting similar in Belfast. ?
We’re really excited about this new addition to the Cathedral Quarter. Pizza and punk rock are two of our favourite things, so when you put them together, we were always gonna love it, weren’t we?
Pizza Punks are scheduled to open in Belfast, March 2018 – get excited by reading Last Year’s Girl’s review of her visit to Pizza Punks in Glasgow to get an idea of what’s coming.