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Pop-up pizza maker finds permanent home in Gulf Gate

Tralia, already offering takeout and delivery, is expected to open its first brick-and-mortar pizzeria for dine-in next month.


Founded by Anthony Petalia, Tralia offers Detroit-style and “sourdough rounds” that resemble traditional Neapolitan pizza.
Founded by Anthony Petalia, Tralia offers Detroit-style and “sourdough rounds” that resemble traditional Neapolitan pizza.
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A nomadic pizza maker is soon to settle down in its first home. Tralia, which is known as a pop-up, offers its popular pies at local watering holes and other locations where customers may get a case of the munchies, is open for takeout and delivery from Gulf Gate and is planning to welcome dine-in customers in mid-February.

Founded by Anthony Petalia, Tralia offers Detroit-style and “sourdough rounds” that resemble traditional Neapolitan pizza. The brick-and-mortar location at 6596 Superior Ave. is the former home of Your Culinary Place, a shared kitchen business. Tralia will add seating to the space and is working to obtain a beer and wine license.

Hours will be noon to 10 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays, to midnight Fridays and Saturdays, and to 8 p.m. Sundays.

 

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Andrew Warfield

Andrew Warfield is the Sarasota Observer city reporter. He is a four-decade veteran of print media. A Florida native, he has spent most of his career in the Carolinas as a writer and editor, nearly a decade as co-founder and editor of a community newspaper in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.

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