Pie Hole Pizza, a new restaurant, is coming to Rosemont Garden, and possibly to your house.
Pie Hole owner Sean Nealey is remodeling 210 Rosemont Garden, formerly The Butterfly Tree, and plans to open the 1,200-square-foot restaurant in late October or early November.
Pie Hole will serve wood-fired pizza, made with local ingredients, Nealey said.
Nealy has years of previous restaurant experience, at the Olive Garden on Nicholasville Road and elsewhere.
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Pie Hole will have a walk-up window outside for ordering, and seating inside and outdoors on a patio next to Elam Park.
“We’ve got the best view of the train in town,” Nealey said.
There will be off-street parking nearby, including across Rosemont Garden at Hops2Go, the beer delivery service, he said, which will also begin delivering Pie Hole pizzas.
Pie Hole’s hours likely will be 11 a.m. to midnight, Sunday through Thursday, he said, and they will stay open until 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
Pie Hole also will have a full bar, and Nealey plans to add a party room. To accommodate the neighborhood, he plans to close the patio about 9:30 p.m. to cut down on noise.
“So far everybody’s been real positive about it,” he said. “I live in the neighborhood, so I want to be a good neighbor.”