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The Grandma Pie that made O4W Pizza is off the menu at Anthony Spina and Billy Streck's new restaurant, Nina & Rafi. Instead, the duo are focusing on the restaurant's other pizza styles and Italian-American comfort foods.
Doughy, crispy, semi-deep-dish Grandma Pie reigns supreme at Anthony Spina’s O4W Pizza, which he moved to Duluth from Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward last summer. But that Grandma Pie! Sizzled in a cast-iron pan and finished with whole fresh basil leaves, it’s a must-order.
If you wept when O4W Pizza departed for Duluth, your prayers have been answered—Anthony Spina is bringing his pizza back to the Old Fourth Ward in mid-2018.
The kind of pizza I like—one with a fully baked, thin but supportive crust—hardly gets any respect anymore. Why is this? Also, the kouign amann is a crunchy and buttery pastry that's maddeningly delicious. Just don't ask me to pronounce it.
When O4W Pizza's owner Anthony Spina announced he was going to close his award-winning Jersey-style pizza spot and move it from its namesake Old Fourth Ward to Duluth, fans were a little perplexed, myself included. It was a strange to move a seemingly successful pizza restaurant from one of the hottest areas in metro Atlanta to the far reaches of the suburbs.
Owners Raj Mittal and his wife, Anu, spent almost two decades working in Italian and Mediterranean restaurants and, alongside chef Morey Anderson, will focus on “fresh and healthy” Italian dishes.
Also called O4W Pizza, the restaurant will seat 40 to 60 diners inside, plus another 80 on the front and back patios. With more space comes more room to expand the menu, Spina says, noting that there will be more salads and heroes, but fewer pizza options.
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