Slice & Pint posted on Facebook late yesterday…
It’s with a heavy heart we announce that Slice & Pint will end operations on December 30 2017, as we are not renewing our lease. We sincerely appreciate all the love and support we have received over the last 5 years. Please come out and celebrate with us over the next 2 weeks as well as on our the last day, the 30th, for one last blowout. Thanks, Slice & Pint team.
Photo courtesy of the Slice & Pint Facebook page
As was mentioned by a couple of commenters over the weekend, Slice & Pint, which took over the old Everybody’s and Steady Hand spaces in Emory Village, has opened for business.
As those same commenters have also noted, the brewpub doesn’t have its liquor license yet so it’s BYOB for the time being.
Anyone tried it yet?
A nice little update/description of Slice & Pint from the Clifton Community Partnership newsletter, coming soon to the old Everybody’s location in Emory Village…
Crawford Moran, the owner and brewmaster of 5 Seasons Brewing Co., is set to open a new brewery restaurant, Slice & Pint, in the space occupied by Everybody’s Pizza for 41 years.
That space will be renovated and open as a new pizza restaurant and beer bar concept his summer. Plans include an on-site brewery completed approximately in six months after the opening.
The idea for Slice and Pint goes back to when Dogwood Brewing Co. closed in 2004.
He sees the Village as a great opportunity in a great neighborhood where his concept will be fun to develop and enjoy. Moran said he will be hiring a pizza maker and a brewer, and that handcrafted pizza and handcrafted beer will be central to the concept.
The four basic food groups will be served…That’s beer, pizza, chocolate, and other stuff. The restaurant will operate in partnership with small, local, organic farms and chefs will create daily specials with their products.
Tomorrow’s News Today reports…
In place of Everybody’s, Crawford Moran, brewmaster of 5 Seasons Brewing, will open a new restaurant, Slice & Pint. As its name suggests, the restaurant will serve pizza and will also have a microbrewery serving craft beer. Due to the age of the restaurant and enhancements Moran has planned, it’s likely the restaurant won’t open for a few months.