O4W Pizza closing in Atlanta, will open new location in Duluth

Just a few months after popular Atlanta pizza joint O4W Pizza would open a location in Duluth comes word that the original location just off the Beltline will close at the end of this week.

A sign posted at the restaurant -- located in Irwin Street Market at 660 Irwin St. -- address the closure:

Owner Anthony Spina, a New Jersey transplant, opened the original O4W Pizza in early 2015 and has since welcomed crowds and accolades, particularly for his Jersey-style Grandma Pie. Find out how to make the pie here.

The Duluth location has been in the works since at least March, when Spina bought the property at 3117 Main St., which was previously home to pizza restaurant Steverino’s.

Spina has not returned calls seeking comment on the closure. Return for updates.

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