Longtime pizza staple in Little Five Points to shut down after 26 years Cameli’s Pizza, located on Moreland Avenue in the Little Five Points neighborhood, will have its last day of business on Dec. 11.
ATLANTA, Ga. — An Atlanta pizza staple is shutting down after 26 years, its owners announced on Tuesday. Root Growing Ball
Cameli’s Pizza, located on Moreland Avenue in the Little Five Points neighborhood, will have its last day of business on Dec. 11.
“For over 26 years, Cameli’s has been a part of the Intown Atlanta landscape, and we are incredibly proud to have been there in the earlier days that helped define Intown Atlanta. The last three years have taken their toll on us, and we just simply can’t continue,” the restaurant said on Facebook.
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A previous location of the restaurant on Ponce De Leon closed its doors back in 2017.
It’s unclear what will take the restaurant’s place next to Hudson Grille on the busy strip of.
Being short-staffed, the restaurant asks customers visiting before its closure to be patient and tip well if they visit.
The restaurant says if you are in the area before Dec. 11, stop in for a drink and a slice or order pickup or delivery through ChowNow at camelispizza.com.
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