The 25-cover ‘shop’ will launch on Leytonstone’s High Road on 12 March, following three openings in Clapton, Finsbury Park and Walthamstow in as many years.
It will serve its signature stone-baked pizzas on double fermented dough bases.
Varieties of topping include the ‘Holy Pepperoni’, topped with pepperoni, Napoli piccante, and crumbled Nduja sausage; the ‘TSB’ topped with tender stem broccoli, parmesan, pine nuts, garlic and olive oil; the ‘Harlamb Shake’ with lamb, guindilla chillies, goats cheese, red onion, and mint yoghurt dressing.
Dips; salads; and sides will also be available, including cheese and Marmite garlic bread and buffalo and mozzarella salad.
Drinks will comprise local London beers, Borough wines, and soft drinks.
Yard Sale Leytonstone has been designed by Fettle, the interior design company that collaborated with the restaurant on its Finsbury Park and Walthamstow sites.
The open kitchen will display its Gozney pizza oven, while the walls will be decorated with custom neon signage and the brand’s range of merchandise including t-shirts and scarves.
The restaurant will launch its own in-house delivery service on 19 March, and will not be available through any third-party delivery apps.
Yard Sale Pizza says it wants to operate around 10 shops in the coming years, with north and south west London its current focus.
For more insight on Yard Sale Pizza, you can read an interview with co-founder Johnnie Tate in the March issue of Restaurant magazine, out soon.