New Pizzeria Opening Near Lewis Center

April 25, 2012 by  

A new, New York-style pizza place will open in Worthington, just south of lewis center, next month. Natalie’s Coal Fired Pizza, scheduled to open in mid-May, will be 2,400 square feet space located in a section of the old W.C Gathers area at 5601 N. High Street.

New and growing businesses that move into the Worthington and Lewis Center area may call upon local print companies for services such as flyer printing and Banner Printing to advertise grand opening specials or promotions. Additionally, businesses could require Printing Services to obtain business card printing or Stationery Printing in an effort to establish themselves at a new location.

The coal-fired pizzeria is owned by Charlie Jackson and his daughter, Natalie, for whom the restaurant is named. The pizza will be baked in an oven that is fueled with a clean-burning coal called anthracite at temperatures ranging between 800 and 1,000 degrees.

Inspired by successful New York pizzerias like brooklyn’s Grimaldi’s and Jon’s in greenwich Village, the pizza baked in the efficient coal-fueled oven will feature a thinner crust than traditional baked pizza and will include fresh toppings, stated Charlie Jackson.

There will also be live music featured on a regular basis in the restaurant. This type of entertainment could further provide additional business to printing companies in the area, as those musicians and entertainers performing at the pizzeria may wish to provide special promotion of their performance with poster printing in order to alert the public to the event.

Jackson hesitated to call it the only coal-fired pizzeria located in Ohio, but he said that they haven’t been able to find another one in the state yet.