Moonlight Pizza, a pizzeria serving food until 4 a.m., is now open in the former Little 5 Pizza space in the heart of Little Five Points. Little 5 Pizza closed earlier this year after three decades in the neighborhood.
Located in a retail strip anchored by Corner Tavern at the corner of Euclid and Moreland, the Little Five Points location of Moonlight Pizza seats around 50 people inside, with a patio seating another 20 people at picnic tables in front of the restaurant.
Expect a selection of small, medium, and large pizzas, strombolis and calzones, pasta bakes like lasagna, and sub sandwiches on the menu. Happy hour features small cheese and pepperoni pizzas for $7 each. Vegan and gluten-free pizzas and subs are also available.
In addition to the Little Five Points and Greenbriar Parkway locations, owner Joseph Wescom plans to open Moonlight Pizza in Hapeville later this spring, with a fourth location opening on Old National Highway in College Park around Memorial Day.
The divey Little 5 Pizza space was originally a location of Fellini’s until the early 1990s before it was sold and renamed. New owners took over the pizzeria in 2012, but continued operating under Little 5 Pizza.
Moonlight Pizza will soon include a neighboring pizzeria serving vegan pizzas, when Pizza Verdura Sincera opens in the former Zesto location on the opposite corner of Moreland and Euclid.
Open daily 11 a.m. to 4 a.m.
422 Seminole Avenue, Atlanta. moonlightpizzas.com.