After recently closing its Sandy Springs location, Castellucci Hospitality Group is set to reopen Double Zero in its new Emory Village location on Sept. 6.
Besides signature wood-fired pizzas, the new emphasis will be on shareable plates, such as the “beets and blue” with beet pesto, grilled fennel, brioche, blue cheese mousse and sugar snap peas, and oxtail plated with sunchoke puree, kataifi, cured egg yolk, mustard greens and grapefruit.
But large entree-style options will be on the menu from executive chef Edwin Molina, too, with the likes of a two-pound braised beef rib and whole chicken with citrus glaze, plus a variety of sides, such as cauliflower served with spiced yogurt, bagna cada and Marcona almonds.
Double Zero bar manager Nick Dolby has been testing out new cocktails, including the Referendum with scotch, Cayrum, Meletti amaro, ginger and blood orange bitters.
Double Zero will be open for dinner service only, 5-10 p.m. Sundays-Thursdays and 5-11 p.m Fridays-Saturdays. Private dining will be available to accommodate larger parties.
1577 North Decatur Rd. Atlanta. 404- 991-3666.
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