Food and Drink in Liverpool

Future Yard Giving Away Free Slices of Pizza To Celebrate The Launch of New Sustainable Pizza Menu

To celebrate the launch of an all-new sustainable pizza menu, Future Yard is giving away 2024 free slices of pizza to kick off the new year.

Future Yard’s new kitchen menu supports both the planet and your taste buds, with all menu ingredients sourced from independent supplies in Merseyside and beyond. 

Made hot and fresh in-house every day, the pizza menu features classic toppings and local favourites such as salt and pepper pizza that incorporates one of the region’s best-loved takeaway seasonings.

All dough is created using a unique ‘Dazzle Dough’, made with beer brewed in Birkenhead by award-winning brewers Glen Affric.

Food lovers can also sample a range of sides and desserts including fries, onion rings, churros, and more.

Throughout January, the kitchen will be open from 4:30pm-9:00pm during the week, and from midday until 9:00pm on the weekends.

“The development of this menu has been done with the quality of the product in mind, while simultaneously considering the sustainability and impact our menu will have on the planet and our local community.

That is why we have gone for a plant-based, low-waste menu with a focus on quality local produce – with sustainable dairy options also available. It also tastes incredible – you’ll deffo be back for more.”

Throughout January, Future Yard Kitchen will be open from 4:30pm-9:00pm during the week, and from midday until 9:00pm on the weekends.

Free pizza slices available before 7pm Mon-Fri / before 5pm Sat-Sun. Eligible with the purchase of any drink – limited to one per person per visit.

Follow @fybarandkitchen on Instagram for news on the latest bakes and updates on how many free slices are remaining. When they’re gone, they’re gone!


Founder and Editor, Clare Deane, shares her passion for all the amazing things happening in Liverpool. With a love of the local Liverpool music scene, dining out a couple of times a week and immersing herself in to all things arts and culture she's in a pretty good place to create some Liverpool Noise.

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