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Craft Pizza Coming to Covington | Your Pie Opening Saturday

It’s no secret that demand for hand-crafted commodities is high. With the rising popularity of everything “craft”, from beer and coffee to handmade furniture, craft pizza is surely included in that trend! And that is exactly what you’ll get at Covington’s newest addition, Your Pie.

The restaurant will open on Saturday, February 20th at 11:00 am and promises to provide the most exceptional pizza experience around. Co-owners and area locals Andrew Williams and Ross Bradley chose to revamp the historic Mayfield Building to house Your Pie. The duo even called in the help of the University of Georgia to make sure their renovations were in the original, historical spirit of the original Mayfield design.

Your Pie is a casual dining restaurant that allows you to customize any item you’d like. “The main idea is to find something on the menu and customize whatever you want going down the line,” Williams said. “Another thing that’s cool and what we’re really proud of is that we can accommodate most every dietary restriction — if you’re vegetarian, if you’re vegan, if you’re gluten free, or a straight up carnivore. Everybody can come and get what they want.” And, everything starts at a base price of $7.99, which makes Your Pie affordable and delicious!

The food isn’t the only reason you should visit Your Pie. The duo started a program called Dine and Donate in theirSnellville location, in which they use a week of training as an opportunity to raise money for a local organization. “It gives us the opportunity to build a community and build a something that’s more than a restaurant, more than just a place to come eat,” Williams said. “We’re here to serve here to make the lives around us better. That’s why we’re partnering with Action Ministries.” Your Pie employees go through a week of training prior to opening, cooking for and serving live customers. The customers can then donate the cost of their meal towards the chosen organization. craft pizza

“The great thing is everything we do celebrates craft,” Bradley said. “All of the pizza is hand-made, and all the tables are made by a company called Made in Monroe in Georgia out of old reclaimed wood. So for us to find a space like the Mayfield building, that was 100-plus years old with all the original qualities— hard wood floors, original ceiling and original brick —is great.”

Bradley and Williams also commissioned their marquee to be painted by Alcovy High School Visual Arts Instructor and Covington local, Kaitlynn Mockett. Craft pizza, local community service, and historic preservation? We give Your Pie a standing ovation. Stop by on Saturday as the boys open the doors to pizza paradise.

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