Tuesday, September 28, 2010

The Art of Pizza opens second restaurant in Westport

Posted By on Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 2:30 PM

Bye bye, Papa Keno's. Hello, Art of Pizza!
  • Bye bye, Papa Keno's. Hello, Art of Pizza!
Bye bye, Papa Keno's. Hello, Art of Pizza!

The Art of Pizza has

recently opened a second location, this time in Westport (415 Westport Road). Unlike the

Crossroads location, the new shop will be open daily. But the most

important change in hours? It plans to stay open late on Fridays

and Saturdays to serve hungry clubgoers.

The menu is identical to that of the older location (which means it includes gyro sandwiches), but there's one large exception: The Westport outlet doesn't yet have a liquor license, so no beer and wine just yet. The staff says that should change soon.

New York-style pizza once again finds a home in Westport.
  • New York-style pizza once again finds a home in Westport.
New York-style pizza once again finds a home in Westport.
Taking over the empty storefront that used to hold Papa Keno's, the Art of Pizza might have some tough competition in its new digs. Serving up pizza right down the road is Joe's Pizza Buy the Slice, and the Jerusalem Café serves up a hard-to-beat gyro.

Seems like Art of Pizza might be in for a bit of a turf war in Westport. But with so many empty shops in the area, I, for one, won't complain about the lack of variety.


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