Two new eateries in Scottsville
Out Scottsville way there's been a changing of the guard on Valley Street, as A Slice of Heaven and Amici's Italian Bistro have set up shop in the former Pee Wee's Pit Barbecue and Donna's Place locations respectively.
A Slice of Heaven, owned and operated by Scottville economic development director Jim Norwood's daughter, Meghan Norwood, a PVCC student, has already opened.
"The food, service, and ambiance is fantastic," says proud Norwood pšre.
In addition to pizza by the slice, they'll also be serving hamburgers, hotdogs, bbq and daily specials from noon to 8pm Tuesday through Sunday. There will also be a room available soon for birthday parties and private dinners.
Down the way, it's Amici's Italian Bistro, a joint venture between Giuseppe Lentini, who owns Pino's Ristorante Italiano in Dillwyn, and Salvatore Mini, who owns Sal's Italian Restaurant in Fork Union. They'll be serving authentic Sicilian cuisine for lunch and dinner, including pizza, seafood, steaks, salads, sandwiches, and vegetarian dishes. They plan to open sometime this month.