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Expanded Supino Pizzeria Slated to Reopen Wednesday

The restaurant is taking over the former La Rondinella space

A sandwich board reads Supino Pizza in front of the restaurant. The window to the door features a decal in the shape of Italy’s “boot.” Michelle and Chris Gerard

Eastern Market’s Supino Pizzeria is making good this week on its promise to gobble up its recently shuttered sister restaurant La Rondinella. The pint-sized thin-crust pie slinger known for its massive slices closed Tuesday to put the finishing touches on its expansion including installing shelves and rearranging the dining room, according to Crain’s.

A freshly painted, blue facade matching La Rondinella was unveiled today in a post to the restaurant’s Facebook page. The eatery is slated to reopen on Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. with an expanded menu featuring pastas, seasonal salads, appetizers and a bar focused on wine. The original restaurant will cater towards carryout customers while the added space will serve dine-in crowds with table service.

Owner Dave Mancini made the decision to shutter his short-live Northern Italian eatery in January, stating that he faced challenges making the restaurant profitable. While some patrons express disappointment with the closure, the expansion has received a positive response from pizza fans.

Supino Pizzeria Expansion Set to Open Wednesday [Crain’s]

Eastern Market Italian Eatery La Rondinella Will Shutter Just Over a Year After Debut [ED]

All Expansions Coverage [ED]

Supino Pizzeria

2457 Russell Street, , MI 48207 (313) 567-7879 Visit Website

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