Open in August, the group’s eighth location will offer delivery and collection, along with a food court to launch at a later date.
To celebrate the opening, Yard Sale Pizza will be giving a street in the stores’ delivery aisle a chance to win pizza for the whole street.
Local residents will have to submit their street through an online form and the street with the most nominations will win.
Yard Sale serves an eclectic menu of New York-inspired pizzas made from 48- to 72-hour slow-fermentation dough.
Signature pizzas include “Holy Pepperoni” topped with smoked Gyula pepperoni, regular pepperoni and ndjua; the ‘TSB’, topped with tender broccoli, pine nuts, garlic oil and Parmesan; and cheese garlic bread topped with a pot.
The Garage Sale value was launched at Clapton in 2014 by Jonnie Tate, Dan Spinney and Nick Buckland.
Until last year, the group had mainly focused on growing their estate north of the River. However, he has now started to focus on developing his South London portfolio, with the opening at Crystal Palace following recent launches in Balhamand Dulwich.
Yard Sale is notable for being one of the few hotel companies that continued to operate throughout the pandemic, Offering delivery during the three confinements thanks to its own fleet of drivers and cyclists. According to the group, he delivered just under half a million pizzas to London last year.