THE duo behind Cultural Quarter bar Hideout now have a pizza the action at Warrington Market.

Steven Seanor and James Glover have moved the Sankey Street venue’s pizza oven to the market’s food court to launch the New York Italian-style Louie’s Pizza, which is named after James’s 18-month-old son.

They can be found in the unit where Spicy Jack Deli used to be and also hope to move over to the Time Square food hall when the market moves to the former Boots unit next year as part of the town centre regeneration project.

James, a former St Gregory’s RC High School student, said: “We’ve seen what’s going on over there and it’s exciting. We want to be a part of it. We’ll get a few months under our belt at the temporary market and then if our application is successful we’ll hopefully hit the ground running at the new food hall.”

Pizza lovers can order 12in or 18in pizzas to eat in or takeaway six days a week with 10 options to choose from. Pepperoni, margherita and a rotating ‘pizza of the day’ are also available by-the-slice for anyone on the go.

James added: “We were trying to do too many things under one roof at Hideout whereas this is a dedicated pizza place.”

Steven and James are also planning to introduce limited edition pizzas such as a Christmas pizza and breakfast pizza.