The Castellucci Hospitality Group’s Double Zero Napoletana has closed in Sandy Springs, and the team is hoping to reopen in Emory Village early next month. Double Zero will take over the former Ink & Elm space at 1577 North Decatur Rd., and when it does, chef Edwin Molina will debut a revamped menu.
Molina will still turn out a selection of pastas and pizzas, but in Emory Village he’ll put more of a focus on small plates and large, shareable dishes. That will give diners a similar experience to what they might find at The Iberian Pig in Decatur and Cooks & Soldiers in Westside, two popular Castellucci restaurants that execute small-plate dining. In addition to updated food coming out of the kitchen, bar manager Nick Dolby will be pouring “new, creative drinks” (the “May I Interest” is comprised of reposado tequila, elderflower, yellow chartreuse, and creme de pesche).
With this relocation, the Castelluccis have one OTP restaurant remaining: Sugo in John’s Creek. Double Zero’s new space, designed by local firm ai3, will offer a modern, industrial atmosphere with exposed millwork and brick , "street art influences," and custom lighting. Take a look at the new menu below.