The past week, the folks at The Resident gave us a treat for our tricks this Halloween month, scoring an impressive 6th for fun places to go during the Halloween season, for all things brunch related!! We couldn’t be happier! check out what they had to say below!!
6 Lost Boys Pizza, Camden
Some pizzerias in London really have something to say for themselves, but this pizzeria? They’ve got something wholly different. Less trattoria, more coffin-oria (we tried), Lost Boys Pizza promise a restaurant of vampires and vegan options (for the less blood-thirsty among you), as themed brunch plates and bloody marys go hand in hand with skull lighting fixtures and walls plastered in bloodsucking paraphernalia.
The past week, the folks at Made in Shoreditch dared to dine and feast at Lost Boys Pizza! After, they had some fine things to say about us. A long way from Shoreditch, our Camden restaurant was to their tastes and we couldn’t be happier about it!
Check out there full write up below;
Normally, anyone will get quite the round of applause when you recommend pizza. The applause this time has to be reserved for Lost Boys Pizza in Camden, probably London’s biggest hidden gem in the dough department.
With a wardrobe that spans from black to grey ONLY (they are vampires after all), having a black pizza not only matches the outfits perfectly, the charcoal really works. As specialists in all things dark arts and black dough, these guys command their own trophy.
When it comes to grabbing good food in London you really shouldn’t have to piss your money about to find quality! The pizzas at Lost Boys Pizza usually comes in at £8.50 a pizza – perfect for those wanting to find crisp perfection!
While everything Lost Boys Pizza comes in at the best vampire pun related menu in hospitality history, their pizzas aren’t the only thing making the puns list; they slung a few on a cocktail menu too. Whether it’s the blood curdling Necroni or the legendary Wild Kids Old Fashioned – you’ll have something tasty to wash your pizza down with.
Most customers are usually tending to the business on their plates when they dine out to ever notice the noise around them. But, Lost Boys Pizza practically thrive on a killer playlist! These guys have put together some of the greatest sounds to have come out of the 80s that doesn’t just echo the 80s… it enhances it! From throwback gems to hits from that vital vampire flick, it really makes the place what its is!
Look, if you are reading this article wearing a pair of Buffy The Vampire Slayer pjs, or just love good pizza in a not so shabby place, then at some stage you need to check Lost Boys Pizza out!
With high tables, outdoor seating and an absinthe bar nestled in the basement… these guys may have played with a few comic book prints and vampire puns, but it’s simple, comfortable and bloody worth trying before the sun comes up!!
Hidden beneath Lost Boys Pizza is a fancy dive Bar of epic proportions. Available for private hire, drinks reservations and walk-ins and with a cocktail menu to suit all tastes. Croque Monsieur also boasts one of London’s finest ABSINTHE collections for those who wish to dance with the green fairy visit our website here https://absinthebar.london/