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"In Atlanta, where round pizzas and those with exotic, Neapolitan names get all the attention, O4W Pizza’s rectangular masterpiece called Grandma is a tantalizing alternative. The Irwin Street Market pizza joint specializes in pies made with simple, quality ingredients and not a hint of trendy brouhaha. Anchored by that chewy, New Jersey-style thin crust, the Grandma pie is topped with garlic, slightly sweet marinara, fresh mozzarella and pecorino cheeses, and a pop of fresh basil." ― 100 Dishes to Eat, Creative Loafing
Growing up in New Jersey Anthony Spina learned the pizza business the old fashioned way – by working it. Side by side with his Uncle David, Anthony became an expert at the art of making simple, handcrafted pizza. It is the simplicity that yields the most delicious results.
Today, Anthony brings the traditional flavors and sensibility of the corner pizza shop to Old Fourth Ward. No fancy toppings, no gimmicks, no hip décor. Here's what you can expect when you visit O4W Pizza:
Jersey style pizza made the traditional way
Slow rise, hand stretched dough made fresh from scratch each day
Topped with house made sauce and hand pulled mozzarella
Sausage and meatballs from our family recipe
Simple, time honored recipes made from carefully chosen ingredients and crafted with attention and hard work are all that’s on menu at O4W Pizza
Down-to-Earth service that will keep you coming back for more
"Atlanta has an abundance of Neapolitan and New York-style pizza to speak of, but not much in the way of New Jersey. Jersey? Yes, Jersey. Atlanta didn't know what it was missing until Anthony Spina came to town. Spina made pizza in the Garden State for more than two decades before a friend encouraged him to come check out ATL. Spina opened O4W Pizza at Irwin Street Market back in January, and has been quietly evangelizing the wonder that is Jersey-style pie ever since." ~ Brad Kaplan, Creative Loafing