That’s right, folks! We are here to tell you with MUCH anticipation and excitement that the new Pig Ate My Pizza Kitchen and Brewery is now OPEN! Their new location is at 4124 W Broadway Ave in Robbinsdale, just a few doors down from the old Pig, in our newly renovated home.
Our chef-owners Mike Brown, James Winberg and Bob Gerken, are enhancing the Pig Ate My Pizza experience as you know it with inspired food and beverage pairings, including craft cocktails developed by bar director Nathaniel Smith and a micro-brewery developed with longtime chefs and homebrewers Andy Goettsch and Nate Moser, and chef Josh Disher.
We collaborated with RoehrSchmitt Architecture and Telos on the renovation. The new space, which offers twice the seating of the former Pig Ate My Pizza, features an expansive bar, a take-out area with new PAMP merch, and family-style dining in a Minnesota-style screened porch area. Garage door-style windows provide open-air dining in warm weather and abundant natural light in all seasons. You’ll also find decorative remnants of our old home (including an homage to our kickstarters) that you’ll have to just come in and see for yourself!
The menu features fan favorites like Piggy Pie, the Big Cheeser and the Diana Ross, as well as an epic new lineup in the works including a build-your-own-pizza option, new small plates, and desserts. Dinner will be served seven days a week as well as lunch on Fridays and Saturdays and brunch pizzas on Sundays. A limited menu will be available for take-out.
NEW BREWER’S TASTING TICKETS
We will also be serving a new six-course Brewer’s Tasting menu. Tickets for this dining experience will be released Friday, May 10th. Learn more about what to expect on our Tickets page.
In true Travail spirit, our team will use our culinary expertise to brew our own signature beers in-house for the first time ever! This allows us to even better curate your meal, matching the perfect suds to the menu. While we get our equipment up and running, you can expect exclusive collaboration brews on tap to start. We’ve been working with Surly Brewing Company, Barrel Theory Beer Company, Lakes & Legends Brewing Company, HeadFlyer Brewing, Fair State Brewing Cooperative, Dangerous Man Brewing Company, Fulton Brewing, and other local craft breweries to develop a hop-a-licious lineup for our grand opening.