The Germantown restaurant is expected to open at 1 p.m. Sunday, to serve its pizza, Chicago-style dogs, sandwiches and more.
The family-operated eatery is bringing such dishes as the Capone deep-dish pizza with sausage chunk, pepperoni, Italian beef and bacon, and they’ve brought in chef Aaron Smith to create sandwiches such as the Man vs. Chicago, which features five meats.They also serve appetizers including homemade mozzarella sticks, arancini (fried risotto balls), homemade soft pretzel sticks, wings and breaded fried mushrooms.
The restaurant will offer wallet-friendly craft cocktails, Chicago brews from Goose Island and Finch’s and a variety of Nashville beers.
Diners can choose between bar or dining room seating, with eight TVs spread out to catch the big games.
Bockman says they want to be the new neighborhood hangout.
The first week will offer dinner service from 4 p.m. – 10 p.m. and lunch hours are expected to begin the next week. 312 Pizza Company is at 371 Monroe St.