West Bridgford’s newest restaurant and bar, Holy Calzone has opened in Lady Bay.
Holy Calzone is a family-friendly pizza place, a cafe bar open from 8am to 10pm, housed in the former Methodist Church in the very heart of Lady Bay.
The overall concept, like their other venues, is to offer exceptional products, awesome service but without taking themselves too seriously.
It’s also one of the first cashless bars in Nottingham.
A spokesperson for the business told us:
‘It’s not just pizza, our craft beers, coffees, gelatos, wines, charcuterie and cheese boards will all be amazing, and ethically sourced but served in an accessible and friendly way through breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.’
Coffee is from Nottingham’s Outpost.
Holy Calzone will be heavily inspired by the pizza joints and laid back bars of the West Coast of America.
‘We will be open from 8am until 10pm every day of the week serving breakfast, brunch, coffee, lunch, craft beers, wines and premium softs. It is our aim to deliver no dining regrets. A quick bite or a special treat; in big groups or on your own, we should be able to cater for all your needs and most importantly you always leave happy.’
“John, our head chef has nearly 20 years of experience in the kitchen. His strength leads our troop of local staff, with Elliot as his second in command; with a background in butchery and a love of all things dough, they make the perfect team for our pizza place!
Our pizza dough and focaccia is made in house, fresh every morning. Our pizzas are hand stretched to order, topped with our sauces; all made on site with local ingredients from The Fruit Basket in West Bridgford.”
‘Another development is that we are going to house a community shop – at weekends we are offering the space to local artists and producers, to sell their wares. All we ask in return is that they donate 10% of their takings from the day to our charity – Nottingham Children’s Hospital.