Having taken Atlanta by storm, it appears the O4W Pizza team is planning a second restaurant in the metro area. Owner Anthony Spina is working on a venture in Duluth, according to a post on the Shumacher Group's website, and he will take over the former Steverino's Pizzeria location at 3117 Main St.
After Neapolitan-style dominated in this city for years, O4W Pizza made a big splash with its New Jersey-inspired Grandma Pie when it opened at Irwin Street Market in January 2015. Since then, O4W has landed on Eater's list of the 38 essential restaurants in Atlanta, and the Grandma was named best pizza in town by Creative Loafing.
The 2,600-square-foot restaurant has seating for 60 in its main dining room, 80 on two patios, and 25 in an upstairs private dining room. Further details on the Duluth restaurant have not been released.
Update: Spina tells Eater Atlanta the new restaurant will keep the O4W Pizza name. Further details are still "up in the air, other than it's going to be great."