Via 313 Pizzeria

 Via 313 Pizzeriau2019s Detroit-style pizza crust is baked in metal trays similar to those used on automotive assembly lines. The Detroiter ($12 for an 8-inch by 10-inch or $23 for a 10-inch by 14-inch) is topped with red sauce, pepperoni and cheese.

Via 313 Pizzeriau2019s Detroit-style pizza crust is baked in metal trays similar to those used on automotive assembly lines. The Detroiter ($12 for an 8-inch by 10-inch or $23 for a 10-inch by 14-inch) is topped with red sauce, pepperoni and cheese.

Via 313 Pizzeria From left: Brothers Brandon and Zane Hunt started Via 313 Pizzeria as a food trailer and still operate two trailers.[/caption]

Brothers Brandon and Zane Hunt opened a brick-and-mortar location of Via 313 Pizzeria on April 29 in Oak Hill. The full-service restaurant offers Detroit-style pizza and bar-style pizza as well as salads, appetizers and desserts.  

Zane said most first-time visitors have never tried the pizza at Via 313’s food trailers on Rainey Street—previously located at Red Shed Tavern on South Congress Avenue—and Sixth Street.


In addition to classics such as pepperoni, pizza options include The Mitch Ryder, topped with gouda, shaved black forest ham and maple syrup ($13) and The Marinara, a Detroit-style crust topped with red sauce and no cheese ($7.13). Appetizers include stuffed artichokes ($7) and a meat and cheese plate with Antonelli’s cheeses ($15).


“Pizza is about inclusion,” Zane said, noting the customer mix includes everyone from young professionals to families with children.


“Come introduce yourselves,” Brandon said. “We want to meet everybody.”



Via 313 Pizzeria


6705 Hwy. 290, Ste. 503 • 512-584-8084
www.via313.com
Twitter: @via313pizza
Hours: Sun.-Thu. 5-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 5 p.m.-midnight. Via 313 Pizzeria plans to expand hours this summer.

 


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