The new 170-cover restaurant will be the 'non-conformist' pizza chain's seventh permanent site and will feature a grab-and-go kiosk and a terrace that will hold a further 30 seats.
Pizza Punks is known for its bespoke approach to pizza, with customers having the option to choose from more than 50 toppings to put on its double-fermented dough pizzas for a flat price. It also serves a range of pasta dishes, alongside a selection of craft beers and cocktails.
The Liverpool restaurant will feature regular DJs and live music, neon lights, monochrome brick tiles and a 'stripped back' aesthetic.
“We can’t wait to share the Pizza Punks experience with the city [of Liverpool],” says Brad Stevens, who founded Pizza Punks in 2018.
“We want families and friends to visit and have the best time. 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.”
Stevens opened Pizza Punks' first restaurant in Newcastle and has since then has launched sites in Leeds, Leicester and most-recently Durham. It also has outposts in Belfast and Glasgow.
In 2019 Pizza Punks was voted the best Italian restaurant in the UK in the Deliveroo Restaurant Awards.