Stoked Wood Fired Pizza Is Opening in Brookline's Washington Square in April
A highly-anticipated pizza spot is getting close to opening in Brookline.
According to a job post within the bostonchefs.com site, Stoked Wood Fired Pizza Co. hopes to open in Washington Square on April 1, with job training starting in the middle of March. As reported earlier, the brick-and-mortar location of the pizza truck is taking over the space on Beacon Street where Sunny Boy had been until closing around the beginning of this year, with Scott Riebling of the Boston rock band Letters to Cleo and Toirm Miller of the former Jack and the Bean Bowl food cart being behind it.
[April 8 update: Stoked did not open on April 1 after all, though a source says that it is less than a week away from opening.]
[April 12 update: According to an Instagram post from Privateer Rum, Stoked plans to open on Thursday, with sources saying that it will offer craft beer, wine, and cocktails in addition to pizza.]
The Stoked pizza truck, which debuted in early 2014, has received much praise for its pies, including Boston Magazine awarding it a "best of" for 2015.
The website for Stoked can be found at http://www.stokedpizzaco.com/
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