Popular Jeffersontown restaurant closes and reopens as Parlor Pizza and Pints

Popular Jeffersontown restaurant closes and reopens as Parlor Pizza and Pints



I THINK IT IS MORE THAN. OH HELLO. GOOD MORNING EVERYONE. WE ACTUALLY ONLY FIGHT ABOUT IF. I HAVE MADE THE NICE PIZZA OR THE UGLY PIZZA SO I REALLY DON’T KNOW WHAT THE ANSWER IS, BUT THEY ALL LIVE LIKE YOU REALLY TASTE. JEREMIE? JEREMY, CAN YOU TURN THIS OFF? WE’RE GOING TO FINISH THEM WITH A HOT HONEY. SO YOUR DEAL, THE $9 LOUISVILLE PIZZA WEEK SPECIAL IS REALLY NEW ON THE MENU, RIGHT? IT IS. IT’S OUR THIN CRUST. WE’RE OFFERING IT FOR DOLLARS THIS WEEK AND IT WILL BE ON OUR NEW THIN CRUST THAT WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE MENU FROM NOVEMBER 21. THAT LOOKS GREAT TO DO. CUT THIS SO GOING TO CUT THIS HERE. OK THIS IS ALWAYS SO IMPRESSIVE TO ME ESPECIALLY HOW FAST THESE PIZZAS OUT. WHAT DO YOU LOVE THIS PIZZA JEREMY? I LIKE THAT. IT’S A LITTLE LIGHTER THAN OUR NORMAL CRUST OPTION. NOT NECESSARY AS A CAR-FREE OPTION BUT IT IS DEFINITELY LIGHTER. OKAY THAT LOOKS REALLY, REALLY GOOD. I STILL. JEREMY DON’T KNOW WHICH IS MINE. THEY ARE BOTH BUT GOOD, DON’T YOU THINK? THEY LOOK GREAT WHEN I ASK MY FRIEND PAULA WHICH WAS WHICH WHICH BUT WE CANNOT IDENTIFY. I THOUGHT SHE TRYING TO GIVE ME THE PRETTY JUST TO BE GOOD FOR ME. SO WE ENTER THE DINING ROOM. YOU ALSO LAUNCH THIS SO PEOPLE CAN TAST A NEW MENU, RIGHT? ABSOLUTE. SO, AS I SAY, AS OF NOVEMBER 21, WE WILL BE LEAVING OUR NEW MENU. YOU CAN ALSO GET A 10 OR 14 INCH THIN CRUST PIZZA. SOME GREAT NEW GRINDER SANDWICHES, LOTS OF NEWS TO OFFER. AND I’M TRYING TO OPEN THIS HOT HONEY HERE, THIS IS THE LAST STEP OF THIS PIZZA, RIGHT? IT JUST GO SIDE TO SIDE. NEXT TO EACH OTHER. OKAY. AND OH, WE ARE THIS HEAVY. I LIKE THAT. ALL THE HONEY TALK TO ME ABOUT THE FLAVOR WHEN THE HOT HONEY BRINGS OUT SO THAT THE HOT HONEY DEFINITELY HAS A LITTLE KICK TO IT GIVES IT A LITTLE BIT OF SWEET TASTE AND. THE PEPPERONI ADDS SAVORY SO IT’S SWEET SAVORY WITH A LITTLE KICK. AND WHY DO YOU WANT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE LOUISVILLE PIZZA WEEK? WE JUST WANT TO GET OUT OF IT. YOU KNOW, WE HAVE FOUR LOCAL LOCATIONS. WE HAVE TWO HERE IN NEW ALBANY, TWO IN LOUISVILLE. AND ALL ARE DOING WELL. ABSOLUTE. OH MY GOD. THAT’S A GOOD AGREEMENT. AND WHEN DOES THAT NEW MENU LAUNCH? NOVEMBER 21ST. OKAY. I THINK WE SHOULD HAVE A PIECE OF THIS PIZZA. TURN RIGHT. GO FOR IT. LET’S DO IT. OKAY. OH GOD. OKAY. UNDERSTOOD. OH GOD. OH GOSH HERE. I WILL HOLD IT FOR YOU. HOW DID YOU HAVE? I’M JUST GOING TO TAKE THIS CRUST. HERE WE GO. FINISHED? CHEERS. IT’S AS GOOD AS WE EXPECTED. YOU. THIS RUNS UNTIL SUNDAY HAPPY LOCAL PIZZA WEEK. OH MY GOD. HAPPY LITTLE WEEK TO YOU. I’M SO GLAD SHE IS OUT AND ENJOYING IT EARLY, AND EVERYONE IS GOING TO LUNCH AND DINNER TONIGHT AND SUPPORTING ALL OUR LOCAL PIZZA RESTAURANTS. SUPER JEALOUS. I KNOW THAT MATT OF MORNING WOULD AGREE THAT WE ALL WISH TO PARTICIPATE IN A LITTLE OF THAT PIZZA. DO YOU KNOW I LIKE TO GO TO YOU AND EAT IN A PIZZA SALON, ESPECIALLY ON

Popular Jeffersontown restaurant closes and reopens as Parlor Pizza and Pints


A popular Jeffersontown pizzeria is changing hands and getting a major makeover, but it remains focused on pizza.Craft Culture Concepts, the parent company of Parlor Pizza and Pints, announced Sunday that they have purchased 30-year-old Chubby Ray’s restaurant in J Town. They will reopen the pizza restaurant this spring as Parlor’s fifth location. After three decades in business, “Chubby” Ray Perkins has decided to “turn the page to a new chapter,” according to a press release. the company did not specify a date for when it will reopen under its new concept, but it did say it would keep any current employees who choose to stay with the brand. It posted a video to its social media about its excitement about the new location. Perkins also released a message announcing the news. You can view that below. Perkins recently ran for mayor of Jeffersontown in the November election. He lost his bid for the office to new mayor Carol Pike. Chubby Ray’s is located at 3910 Ruckriegel Parkway in J-Town. For those wanting to visit the eatery as it is known, Chubby Ray’s will officially close in a week on Sunday, January 29. pm for the last days on Saturday and Sunday. Parlor operates four locations in Kentuckiana, one in New Albany, one in Jeffersonville, and two in Louisville.

A popular Jeffersontown pizzeria changes hands and gets a major makeover, but it remains focused on pizza.

Craft Culture Concepts, the parent company of Parlor Pizza and Pints, announced on Sunday that they have purchased 30-year-old Chubby Ray’s restaurant in J-Town.

This spring, they’re reopening the pizza restaurant as Parlor’s fifth location.

After three decades in business, “Chubby” Ray Perkins has decided to “turn the page to a new chapter,” according to a press release.

Parlor’s parent company has not specified a date for when it will reopen under its new concept, but it did say it would keep any current employees who choose to stay with the brand.

It posted a video on its social media about its excitement about the new location.

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Perkins also released a message announcing the news. You can view that below.

Perkins recently ran for mayor of Jeffersontown in the November election. He lost his bid for the office to new mayor Carol Pike.

Chubby Ray’s is located at 3910 Ruckriegel Parkway in J-Town.

For those wanting to visit the eatery as it is known, Chubby Ray’s will officially close in a week on Sunday, January 29.

It is closed on Mondays, but is open from Tuesday to Thursday from 11am to 9pm and on the last days on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 11pm.

Parlor operates four locations in Kentuckiana, one in New Albany, one in Jeffersonville, and two in Louisville.

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