Forge Pizza at Biltmore Fashion Park Has Closed

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Phoenix may be a particularly pizza-loving town, but that fact apparently wasn't enough to save Forge Pizza. The 1,500-square-foot restaurant closed its location at the Biltmore Fashion Park earlier this month. The restaurant, which has two sister spots in California, opened in October of last year and specialized in wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizzas.

The owners announced the restaurant's closure about a week ago on Facebook: 

The restaurant was located at 2502 East Camelback Road, inside Union at the Biltmore Fashion Park, a shared space within the mall that focuses on local restaurants and stores. Union is still home to three other local food and beverage concepts including Short Leash Hot Dogs, Royal Coffee, and Juic'd Life. 

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