The Father-Daughter Duo Behind Natalie’s Coal-Fired Is Opening A Second Location This Summer

The Father-daughter duo behind Natalie’s Coal-Fired Pizza and Live Music will open their second location in Columbus this summer. The site, which was once home to King Avenue 5, is located at 945 King Ave near Grandview Heights.

The new location will be triple the size of the original Natalie’s in Worthington, coming in around 9,000 square feet. The larger kitchen will offer an expanded menu and the surplus in square footage will make the restaurant and the performance area two distinct spaces.

At their original location in Worthington, Natalie’s Coal-Fired Pizza and Live Music hosts live performances six nights a week. They fully intend to keep that going once the second location opens up.

“I absolutely think there are enough acts to go around,” said Alec Wightman, who runs Zeppelin Productions, told The Dispatch.

“This will give an opportunity to bring in acts a little bit different than you see at Natalie’s right now, a little-bigger-name artists at a reasonable price.”

For more information, or to follow along for updates, you can find Natalie’s Coal-Fired Pizza and Live Music on Facebook.

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