A pizza restaurant and takeaway is set  to open in March - but it is not your run-of-the-mill pizzeria.

Tribeca, on St James Row, is set to officially open at the end of March. Pizzas and cocktails will be available and visitors can also play shuffleboard and pool in the games area.

The site was previously home to The Mix, a bar and nightclub, and Italian restaurant Astoria.

Lancashire Telegraph: Inside Tribeca in BurnleyInside Tribeca in Burnley (Image: Kyle Ellis)

It is Kyle Ellis’ second venture as he already owns Ellis’s burger bar, on Manchester Road, an eatery known for its quirky burger flavours.

Kyle, 34, said: “Ellis's has been quite a big success so we are trying to continue what we have there. We want to apply the same signature vibe we have there to this pizza place.

“We think there is a gap in the market for what we are trying to do in Burnley as we are trying to make pizzas that are a little bit different.

Lancashire Telegraph: Cocktails from Tribeca in BurnleyCocktails from Tribeca in Burnley (Image: Kyle Ellis)

“We are trying to make things that you wouldn’t get at run-of-the-mill pizza takeaways.”

There are some unique pizza flavours on the menu, with some quirky names to match. Duck Off consists of roasted duck and hoisin sauce and Strictly Business is coated with Monster Munch dust.

One pizza has a burger patty as a topping and meat lovers can tuck into A Steak Ain’t One, which is covered in steak and peppercorn sauce.

Kyle, from Burnley, said: “The Trailer Trash pizza is my personal favourite. This consists of hot dogs, ketchup, mustard and crispy onions.”

Classic cocktails will also be available, as well as “signature flavours” that have been created by the bar team.

Kyle says he is excited to open Tribeca, named after a region of New York known for its pizzas.

Lancashire Telegraph: Kyle Ellis, owner of Tribeca in BurnleyKyle Ellis, owner of Tribeca in Burnley (Image: Kyle Ellis)

He said: "I can’t wait and I am really excited. I am so proud of the venue it is such a beautiful building. I can’t wait for people to see what we have done to the place.

“I think the people of Burnley will really like what we have done.

“The reaction from the public has been overwhelmingly positive. It’s such a nice place and the pizzas are banging.

Lancashire Telegraph: Hoisin duck pizza, from Tribeca in BurnleyHoisin duck pizza, from Tribeca in Burnley (Image: Kyle Ellis)

“I would encourage the public to come and give us a go. We have worked really hard on this place and are proud of what we’ve managed to pull together.”

Tribeca is set to officially open on Good Friday, March 29. It will be open for takeaway and delivery only from March 15.