PIZZA PUNKS ANNOUNCES INFLATION BUSTING DEALS WITH ‘KILL THE BILL’
Posted on August 9th 2022 by Whats on Northeast
Since 2016, sourdough pizza brand Pizza Punks has been tearing up the rule book – launching with its legendary unlimited topping concept for one set price, with no hidden costs. Now, the UK-wide, San Franciscan sourdough, pizza restaurant is once again taking a stand: by refusing to hike up prices, but instead introducing inflation busting deals with high quality pizza and cocktails.
An anti-establishment move, Pizza Punks’ new series of deals are a triumphant protest against the scandalous cost of living crisis, giving power to the people advocating freedom of expression through punked up pizza and money-saving deals.
A Kill The Bill favourite deal buster is the new Pizza Punks Bottomless Brunch, Start the day right, available every day from 11am to 3pm and until 5pm on Sundays, Bottomless Brunch features a line-up of unlimited Pizza Punks’ cocktails that don’t mess around with fruity syrups but offer a proper good tipple, prosecco or Pravha, paired with a Punks’ pizza or any fresh pasta (90 mins for £31.50). At Glasgow and Belfast Pizza Punks, enjoy Boozy Brunch – any pizza or fresh pasta dish, plus four drinks for £29.50.
Kicking off the week, Pizza Punks embrace the cheap date mantra with Cheap Date Mondays offering lovers two pizzas and two beers for £22. Thursday’s see the Thank FCK it’s Thursday deal offering a stellar line-up of two sides, two pizzas and a bottle of wine for just £39.50. For those rebellious late-night diners, Pizza Punks’ new Late-Night Pizza deal serves up pizza and 4 cocktails for £25, on Friday and Saturday, from 9pm. And finally, but by no means least, get punked up with 2 for 1 cocktails every day (in Belfast and Glasgow restaurants, selected cocktails are £5 on Sunday -Thursday, all day and night.
Pizza Punks is famed for its signature, 48-hour double fermented, sourdough hand-crafted pizzas, and it’s what stands them apart from competitors. With 35 unlimited toppings to choose from, at one set price; punks can choose from 35 toppings such as Nduja, Tuscan Sausage and Salt & Chilli Chicken, all made from scratch in the kitchens, to create their own personalised punked up pizza with a host of sides to add on too. Everyone is welcome at Pizza Punks with halal, vegan and gluten free offerings all available – anyone can join the anarchy and make the most of the Kill The Bill deals.
With the government in turmoil and offering no clear way out of the soaring inflation and cost of living crisis, Pizza Punks is making things a little easier with a range of quality, daily deals.
Commenting on Pizza Punks Kill The Bill, money-saving movement, Founder Brad Stevens said: “The rising cost of living is crippling the people of Britain and I believe we owe it to the loyal customers that keep us afloat to set realistic and fair prices. Kill The Bill goes beyond this – its good quality pizza and cocktails that save our customers money every day and they have a good time whilst there here, with friendly service and good music. This is what Pizza Punks was born for, a need to rip up the rule book – unlimited toppings at one price. And we’re doing it again. We’re taking on the machine, we won’t be hiking up prices we here to stick a pin the inflation and deflate prices with Kill The Bill.”
The non-conformist, pizza independent has doubled its sites in 2022, serving punked up pizza across the UK, including Glasgow, Belfast, Newcastle, Leeds, Leicester and Durham – with new sites planned for Liverpool and Nottingham later this year.
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