Greek’s Pizzeria closes for remodel, to add vegan options


Greek’s Pizzeria in downtown Zionsville has temporarily closed for remodeling. When it reopens, it will feature a familiar face.

Mike Cole, who opened the restaurant at 30 N. Main St. nearly seven years ago, became the owner once again in late January after selling it in 2016.

When the restaurant reopens it may have a slightly different name, although Cole said the brand would still operate as Greek’s Pizzeria. Along with the remodel, he plans to increase draft beer options and add vegan choices to the menu. No items will be taken off the menu.

Cole said his wife, Julie, is vegan, as well as one of his sons, so he got approval from Greek’s Pizzeria corporate to add vegan cheese to the menu.

“I’m actually happy to get it back,” said Cole, a Zionsville resident. “If anything, it’s going to get back to the original, how it was when we first opened as far as quick service, good service and quality food. That’s the direction we want to go toward as far as making sure the place has a new fresh vibe and a new fresh look.”

In addition to the remodel, Cole has applied for a new liquor license for the restaurant. He said he anticipates early April as a re-opening date.

The remodel will include an updated draft beer bar area and new stoves, coolers, freezers and more.


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