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North Loop Pizza Spot House Pizzeria Is Now Closed

No more Neapolitan pies

Pizza from House Pizzeria
Pizza from House Pizzeria
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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.

Essential pizza spot House Pizzeria is now closed. The North Loop pizzeria shutter was announced on its website and Facebook page. Its last day on Airport Boulevard was yesterday, Sunday, September 24.

While there was no specific reason given for the shutter, it noted that “we’re proud of our accomplishments large and small, are are full of gratitude for the friendships formed with staff members and guests.” The full message follows below.

House Pizzeria was known for its Neapolitan pies, beer, and friendly vibe. It opened in 2009.

It’s worth noting that New York-style pizza joint Home Slice is expanding to the neighborhood just northwest of House Pizzeria. This will be Home’s second location, found right on 53rd street. That’s set to open in late fall.

House Pizzeria’s Note

Thank you to all who helped make House Pizzeria everything it has become during the past 10 years. From the renovation of an old fast food place in 2007 to our first day of business in 2009, we're proud of our accomplishments large and small and are full of gratitude for the friendships formed with staff members and guests in the 8 1/2 years since.

Our last day of business is Sunday, September 24.

Cheers to you. We created something special together.

House Pizzeria [Closed]

5111 Airport Boulevard, Austin, Texas 78751 Visit Website