You just can't kill Late Nite Pie: Pizza place reopens (again)
Is there such a thing as zombie pizza?
They should at the very least name a pizza that at Midtown's Late Nite Pie — no matter how many times it appears to be dead, it always comes back to life.
Owner Michael Williams has told CultureMap that the restaurant is once again "open for business," despite a lockout closure over the weekend. The doors to Late Nite Pie were boarded up with no trespassing signs, a notice said the locks had been changed, and no one answered the phones over the weekend.
We don't have any details on what occurred between landlord and tenant (with Williams declining to comment on it), but stopping in Tuesday night for an Italian Stallion, everything at LNP seemed back to normal, with no signs of a dispute or closure.
This isn't the first time that Late Nite Pie has seemingly risen from the dead. It happened in 2008 when the pizza haven moved from its Bagby and Elgin garage to the current location a few blocks away on Tuam, and again last March, when the doors closed for a week before reopening with a new liquor license.