News and Tribune

June 3, 2013

BoomBozz announces plans to open in Jeffersonville

Pizza and Taphouse to open later this month at Town Center

NEWS AND TRIBUNE
michael.reschke@newsandtribune.com

JEFFERSONVILLE — BoomBozz Pizza & Taphouse announced that a new location will be coming to Jeffersonville later this month.

The restaurant will open its doors late this summer with a 195-seat capacity restaurant and bar with patio seating. The restaurant will be occupy 6,000 square feet in the Jeffersonville Town Center on Veterans Parkway, according to a press release.

“We are very excited to bring the BoomBozz menu and atmosphere to the Southern Indiana market,” said Tony Palombino, founder and chief executive officer of BoomBozz Pizza & Taphouse, in the release. “We currently have a loyal fan base from the Southern Indiana area and look forward to establishing a fun new alternative for dining and socializing. We also think this will evolve into a great place to hear live music from local musicians.”

Restaurant executive and franchisee Rich Cleaves will be the owner for the Jeffersonville location. Cleaves has more than 30 years of experience in ownership and management of national restaurant chains, according to the release.

BoomBozz Pizza & Taphouse will offer its award-winning pizzas along with pastas, calzones and salads. It will house a separated bar area with extensive outdoor seating and live music. A strong emphasis will be put on highlighting local breweries through ongoing promotions and tasting events, according to the release.

BoomBozz will be open from 11 a.m.. to 1 a.m. daily.

— News and Tribune