P’Cheen owners reopen Pizzeria Vesuvius

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Folks behind the Inman Park international bistro & pub take over Old Fourth Ward pizzeria.

After reportedly shuttering in April because of Atlanta streetcar construction, Pizzeria Vesuvius has reopened under new ownership.

The restauranteurs behind Inman Park’s P’cheen International Bistro & Pub, have taken over the Old Fourth Ward pizza joint, according to Pizzeria Vesuvius’ Facebook page.

“In case you haven’t heard the news, the fine folks at P’cheen International Bistro & Pub have taken over Vesuvius, redone the interior, created a brand spanking new menu and warmed up the vibe,” the pizzeria posted to Facebook Tuesday.

“We’re officially back open as of today for lunch, dinner and delivery. We’re trying to work through some kinks, so would love for you to pop by and help get our new staff trained and give us some feedback.”

Caren West, Atlanta PR maven who represents P’Cheen, shared some additional details on her personal Facebook page Wednesday.

“If you haven’t heard the news yet, our great friends at P’cheen International Bistro & Pub have taken over Pizzeria Vesuvius on Edgewood Ave. in the Old Fourth Ward,” West posted to Facebook.

“Expect a new look, revamped menu, new management & more. They’re trying to work out the kinks this week, so pop by for lunch and dinner or get delivery and let them know what you think.”

 

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  1. Sorry to split hairs, but P’Cheen is in the Old Fourth Ward, too. Speaking of that neighborhood, anybody know what’s been built out on Ralph McGill, between the Old Fourth Ward Park and the Beltline? The space used to be a rib joint, I think. The rendering out front looks like a cousin to Flip Burger.

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