PS 35, the New York-inspired pizzeria in Round Rock, is now closed, as reported by Community Impact. The shutter was announced with a sign on its locked doors that stated, ‘Closed,’ according to Statesman.
The pizzeria, which opened in May, held its day of service on Saturday, November 4, and its Facebook page has been deactivated. Eater has reached out for more information; watch this space for updates.
Chef Clint Elmore helmed the pizza kitchen, which dished out New York-style pies, sandwiches, and Italian-American dishes in the beer garden. Elmore previously ran the former pizza trailer 40 North, known for its speciality Neapolitan pies. He closed that trailer to pursue his own brick and mortar — perhaps this is next new step.
PS 35 landed in Round Rock courtesy of SMGB Hospitality Group, which consisted of Austin restaurant vets Benneth Cachila, Larry Perdido, Tony Pollock, and Christian Romero. The company also oversees East Side Chinese restaurant Old Thousand.
- Round Rock pizzeria PS 35 closes after less than six months in business [Community Impact]
- PS 35 in Round Rock closes after opening in summer [Statesman]
- All Coverage of PS 35 [EATX]