This January, Lost Boys Pizza in Camden will be bringing out veganism’s darker and more magical side with High Priestess, an entirely vegan pizza menu that will combine an unholy trilogy of witchcraft, CBD magic and plant based toppings.
Famous for being the world’s only vampire themed pizzeria, Lost Boys Pizza became a cult favourite when it launched in Camden in last year. High Priestess will be a brand new offering from Lost Boys Pizza, offering the brand’s signature black charcoal dough with vegan toppings alongside and killer cocktail list with an injection of the healing magick of CBD.
The new menu will comprise customisable vegan pizzas and small plates, a range of dedicated vegan dips, alongside spellbinding CBD cocktail serves. Super-natural tarot inspired pizzas will combine fresh, delicious toppings with a crisp, charcoal bases alongside fiery, fruity and flavourful dips. Diners can enjoy a selection of small but mighty vegan plates such as buffalo cauliflower wings with vegan blue cheese dip, or chips with a smoky, Mezcal guacamole.
Examples from the High Priestess pizza menu include: The Lovers – Vegan sausage, broccoli, No Harm-esan Death –No-rizo, peppers, red onions, chilli flakes The Empress – Tofurkey, red chillies, spicy green pineapple relish The Sun –Cauliflower, Kale, hot Sauce Snootchie blue cheese dip
For those swerving the ubiquitous Dry January, Lost Boys Pizza will be serving up a bewitching selection of CBD infused cocktails, in partnership with Dead Mans Fingers Rum. The High Priestess cocktail menu will include healing, herbal flavoured drinks simply named ‘Aloe,’ ‘Chamomile,’ ‘Sage’ and Lavender’ and will evoke the flavours and feelings of serenity, drawing out the natural hemp flavours and subtle grassy notes of the rum to create a unique drinking experience.
With a combined 45 years-experience in hospitality, Lost Boys Pizza owners Alex Fisher and Peter Clucas met twenty years ago while working at TGI Fridays and then spent their formative years working for such brands as Hard Rock Café, Planet Hollywood, Wahaca, The Living Room and Giraffe before climbing the management ranks to oversee branded restaurant operations and expansions in the UK and abroad and developing a reputation in consultancy. Believing strongly in educating Britain’s young people about the benefits of a career in hospitality, Alex and Peter set up Lost Boys Pizza to combine their love of 80s nostalgia with a desire to create a fun and friendly space that’s all about great pizza and great drinks.