Newer, bigger Pig Ate My Pizza to open this Wednesday

The Robbinsdale pizzeria now contains a microbrewery.
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The pizza-slinging maestros of Robbinsdale's Pig Ate My Pizza will return in much sleeker, much roomier surroundings this coming week.

The eatery has moved down the street to 4124 West Broadway, the former lodgings of sister restaurant Travail Kitchen & Amusements, which is moving across the street into new, million-dollar digs.

After a renovation of the former Travail space, the new Pig Ate My Pizza is ready to open, holding its grand opening this coming Wednesday.

As well as more dining space, the larger kitchen will allow the restaurant to expand on its popular pizza menu, adding new creations to its list of favorites.

But it's an addition on the beverage side that is the cause of the most comment, as the restaurant is now called Pig Ate My Pizza Kitchen & Brewery.

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The restaurant is now home to a microbrewery that will allow it to create small batch beers, with exclusive collaborations with the likes of Surly, Lakes and Legends, Dangerous Man, and Fair State already in the works.

That means that as well as its regular dining menu, Pig Ate My Pizza will now offer a six-course "Brewer's Tasting Menu," with chef-curated beer selections tailored to each course.

Tickets for the tasting menu range from $50 to $65, plus an extra $20 for beer pairings, and can be booked here.

You can find details about Wednesday's grand opening here.

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