The Organic Pizza Company outpost at 891 14th Street in the Spire has expanded from a take-and-bake pizza joint to a "full-service pizzeria," and will host a grand reopening event Thursday, April 19.
The expansion includes more seating, a flat-screen TV, a new menu and, most important, a liquor license that allows it to serve beer, wine and margaritas.
The new menu features breadsticks, calzones and build-your-own pies, all of which are certified organic and made from as many locally-sourced ingredients as possible. One such ingredient is the spent grain from Great Divide Brewing's brewhouse -- Organic Pizza Co. uses it for its dough.
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Speaking of dough, Organic Pizza has also partnered with Metro CareRing, a Denver-based nonprofit that focuses on hunger relief, and is donating 10 percent of the price of the "featured pizza for charity" to the organization.
The grand opening will run all day next Thursday, with specials and free samples.
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