Dolo’s Pizza finds permanent home at Underground Atlanta

The concept features New York-style pizza pies with a Caribbean twist.
Dolo’s Pizza finds permanent home at Underground Atlanta
Photo: Courtesy of Dolo's Pizza
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A pizza pop-up will open a brick-and-mortar location at Underground Atlanta, according to an announcement.

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Dolo’s Pizza will take about 2,000 square feet at the project, according to Yusef Walker, who founded the concept with Alyson Williams

It’s set to open in late November, Walker said. 

“Everyone seems to embrace us over there,” he said on Monday. “We get a lot of good feedback.”

Walker and Williams started Dolo’s Pizza during the pandemic. They began holding pop-up events at places including Our Bar and now are at Underground Atlanta. 

The concept features New York-style pizza pies with a Caribbean twist. One of the more popular pies is the Black Pizza, Walker said. That includes black pesto, baby spinach, roasted tomato and mozzarella.

Dolo’s Pizza will be located along Lower Alabama Street at Underground Atlanta, the historic downtown property that was acquired by Lalani Ventures in 2020. The company has focused on revitalizing the project with new tenants, such as Atlanta Brewing Company. 

“We see ourselves as an ‘underground’ pizzeria, so it was only fitting that we open our first permanent location at Underground Atlanta,” Williams said in a press release. “The urban aesthetic and the exciting plans for what’s to come at the property make it the perfect place for us to plant our roots and expand Dolo’s!”

Dolo’s hours of operation are Wednesday and Thursdays from 5 to 9 p.m., and Fridays and Saturdays from 6 p.m. until late. 

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Amy Wenk

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  1. With Underground being so big and mostly vacant, we need details of what part and how to get there. Websites help us know what is on the menu too. I’m looking forward to the return of Underground into a hip and thriving location, but it’s not happening rapidly.

    1. I second this! My first attempt to patronize Dolo’s I turned around and left because I couldn’t find it. I reached out in Instagram the next time and was informed that they were actually located inside Underground, which looked to be vacant frim the outside. I was like, perhaps some signs, or lights on the exterior would help patrons know that an actual business is open on the inside.

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