After a series of soft-opening previews, O4W Pizza's move to Duluth is complete. The Grandma Pie purveyor, which stunningly left its original location at Irwin Street Market last month, officially opens its new outpost today, reports Atlanta Magazine. Owner Anthony Spina and his team have taken over the former Steverino's Pizzeria space at 3117 Main St.
Spina originally planned to operate his Duluth restaurant as a second outpost for O4W Pizza. He wanted to relocate the original location to a larger space in or around the pizzeria's namesake neighborhood, but was unable to find an address that worked. However, he isn't ruling out a return to the area.
"As soon as we get this thing up and running, my first mental idea is go find another place down there," Spina told Atlanta. "I'm definitely not trying to be gone from downtown for that long. If I have to find a pizza truck and park on the weekends, that's what I'll do."
O4W Pizza first opened at Irwin Street Market in January 2015. Spina's now-famous Grandma Pie immediately became a huge hit, and it was quickly tabbed as best in Atlanta by Creative Loafing. The pizzeria announced plans to open in Duluth three months ago. Despite the far-from-Old Fourth Ward address, Spina has said he's keeping the "O4W" moniker as a way to "remember where we came from."
Spina tells Eater Atlanta the Duluth restaurant's hours are Tuesday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.