A Look Inside: ‘za

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‘Za, a concept created by the founders of Biscuit Love, officially opened on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, in Hillsboro Village. The counter-service, wood-fired pizza restaurant features handcrafted pies made with locally-sourced ingredients. ‘Za allows guests the option to takeout or hangout. If choosing to hangout, guests can eat in the community dining room, at the standing bar, or the outdoor patio. Nashville Guru stopped by to get a look inside.


The Interior

‘Za’s interior includes light maple wood community tables, a standing bar, and an Italian-made pizza oven that bakes pies in about 90 seconds. Merchandise like t-shirts, sweatshirts, and hats are available for purchase. 


The Exterior

The covered outdoor patio continues the red, white, and black color scheme and community tables. A Bill Murray mural (#billmurral), which quotes his love for pizza, was painted on the back wall by Nashville artist Becca Wildsmith. Guests can enjoy their pizza while playing games such as Jenga and corn hole.


The Menu

‘Za’s ingredients are sourced from local Nashville farms and vendors, and their dough is made over a four-day fermentation process. There are nine creative pie options, including “That Hipster Place In Brooklyn” topped with sopressata and hot honey. Aside from pizza, there is a kale caesar and grains salad. Guests who dine in can pair a glass of wine or a local beer with their meal. See the menu.


The Details

For your next casual pizza outing (or takeout), venture over to this new spot in the village.