Angelo's Coal Fired Pizza Is Opening in Quincy
It looks like a new pizza spot is opening in the downtown section of Quincy, and it would be moving into the space where a couple of other restaurants had been.
According to a poster on the Chowhound site, Angelo's Coal Fired Pizza is planning to open in the former Remick's/Finian's space on Hancock Street, with a Board of License Commissioners page on the City of Quincy website confirming this. Little other information can be found on the proposed eatery other than the fact that the manager's name is Patrick Cross, which is also the name of one of the owners of The Thirsty Scholar Pub in Somerville, though it is not known if this is the same person.
[July 22 update: A source has confirmed that Patrick Cross of The Thirsty Scholar in Somerville is indeed involved with the upcoming Angelo's Coal Fired Pizza in Quincy.]
[October 1 update: According to its website, Angelo's Coal Fired Pizza has its grand opening on October 10.]
Remick's, which was an upscale comfort food spot, closed in the Hancock Street space in the summer of 2013 after being in business for a bit more than two years. (Marc Orfaly of the now-closed Pigalle in Boston had been one of three people behind Remick's opening.) Finian's had been in the space before Remick's, with that family-friendly spot first opening in 1983.
The website for Angelo's Coal Fired Pizza is at http://www.angeloscoalfiredpizzas.com/