After nearly three years in operation, Butchertown Pizza Hall is closing their doors.
Owners Allan & Shelly Rosenberg posted the news on Facebook.
“This decision was not made lightly or without consideration of all the data. Our first priority was our employees. We have made (and are continuing to make) every effort to make sure the people who got us this far are taken care of post-pizza,” the post reads. ” We’d like to thank all of our guests for a ridiculously fun few years. Shelly and I love Butchertown, we’ve made it our home, and we have no intention of leaving this area personally or professionally- so, that said, please stay tuned for a forthcoming, much more joyous announcement. The Greater Louisville community is eclectic and diverse, which leads to an amazing city and a very vibrant, yet, tough, food scene. Unfortunately, a restaurant is still a business, and, sometimes, tough decisions must be made. We are moving forward to new ventures with our heads high, and very few regrets.”
Whether you’d like to get one last slice or just say goodbye, the Roseberg’s say they’d love to see everyone one last time.
Butchertown Pizza Hall’s will close on September 29.
In Clifton, Steve O’s Pizza is now for lease. The concept that moved into the former Clifton’s Pizza just opened in December but closed in July.
In the Highlands, Asian restaurant Cafe Mimosa on Bardstown Road is now closed.