The menu was divided up by categories like “F*cking Good Pizzas” and “F*cking Good Sides” and “F*cking Good Drinks,” as though the quality of these offerings was somehow supposed to speak for itself. But there was something about this particular cluster of restaurant brands that was harder to pin down. There’s no mention of CloudKitchens on Future Foods’ bare-bones website , and my repeated emails to Future Foods went unanswered. The first thing I noticed about Future Foods was that it didn’t seem to have much of an online presence. When his pizza arrived, it looked more like a thick-crust Papa John’s pizza than the New York-style pizza he thought he was getting.