With an Emory Village relaunch drawing near, the Castellucci Hospitality Group shuttered Double Zero Napoletana in Sandy Springs earlier this month. Construction is well underway at the restaurant’s new address, and now signage is posted to greet potential customers.
When the restaurant reopens in the former Ink & Elm space at 1577 North Decatur Rd., chef Edwin Molina will debut a new menu that focuses on small plates and large, shareable dishes. Although, Double Zero’s specialty pasta and pizzas will continue to be served. House cocktails, craft beers, and a French- and Italian-focused wine list will be available from the bar.
The Castelluccis first opened Double Zero in 2011, and the restaurant group operates two more ITP eateries: Cooks & Soldiers in Westside — which was Eater Atlanta's 2015 Restaurant of the Year — and The Iberian Pig in Decatur. Now that Double Zero has vacated Sandy Springs, Sugo, in Johns Creek, is the company’s only OTP establishment.
Update: A representative for the restaurant tells Eater Atlanta that with the move, Double Zero is officially dropping the “Napoletana” from its name.
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