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Double Zero Relaunches in Emory Village September 6

From OTP to ITP

Signage at Double Zero's new Emory Village location. Heidi Geldhauser

The old location has closed, a new menu is ready, and signage is up at the new location. Now, Double Zero has picked a date for its Emory Village debut. The Castellucci Hospitality Group restaurant will begin service on September 6, according to a Tuesday announcement.

The Castelluccis first announced plans to move the restaurant from Sandy Springs to the former Ink & Elm space in January. Double Zero’s new location will be a bit more modern, with local firm ai3’s design includes exposed millwork and brick walls, “street art influences,” and custom lighting.

Chef Edwin Molina will continue to serve pizza and pasta, but his revamped menu also is more in line with modern trends. The kitchen will turn out a number of small plates and large, shareable dishes. Bar manager Nick Dolby has come up with a new list of house cocktails as well.

Upon opening, the new Double Zero will serve dinner Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5 pm. to 11 p.m.

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