Take a look inside Evel Pie, the new pizza restaurant that took over the former F. Pigalle and Radio City Pizza space on Fremont East. High Horse — a new hospitality group with Golden Tiki’s Branden Powers, Jeff Fine, Seth Schorr and Kelly Knievel — are behind the project.
The pizza joint pays tribute to legendary motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel while serving New York-style pizza by the slice and baked-to-order pies. Guests can expect classic pizza flavors and toppings alongside cheap drinks, craft beers and American backyard beers, including Hamm's, Schlitz and Coors.
The setting here is a 1979 pizza shop with modern touches. Inspired by the motto "Live hard, ride fast, eat pizza," Evel Pie's design features pinball machines, Evel memorabilia, Schwinn Stingray bicycles, dogtown skateboards, a bronze statue of Evel himself and more. Music will feature ’70s rock, New Wave and the roots of hip hop and punk, including Boston, Black Sabbath, Blondie, The Ramones, Beastie Boys and A Tribe Called Quest.
Take a look around.