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Pieous Is Moving its Pizza and Pastrami Wonderland

It’s not going far

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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Pieous, the popular Neapolitan pizzeria and pastrami haven in Southwest Austin, is moving, but it’s not going that far. Owners Josh and Paige Kainer wanted to find a bigger location, and the perfect location opened up just down the road on 290 West. They wrote in a Facebook post:

We want our customers/friends/family/employees to love it, too & we want to be able to better serve you in a more comfortable environment, which ultimately led to our decision to relocate our little pieous to a way bigger & nicer spot less than 1 minute down the road.

This means both the pizzeria and daytime cafe Pie-e-tea will move. The original location will remain open until the new one is finished. For now, the pegged opening will happen sometime in 2017. The post also hints at a potential location closer to central Austin.

The Kaners took over the former Cartwright's Famous BBQ for Pieous back in 2013. The bakery and coffee shop Pie-e-tea opened this February.

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