Catch-A-Fire Pizza now open in downtown Lebanon

Catch-a-Fire Pizza prepared to satisfy Lebanon’s soul with third location

Cincinnati-based Catch-a-Fire Pizza, a wood-fired pizzeria, is now open in downtown Lebanon after celebrating its grand opening on Saturday, Nov. 5.

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Resting in the heart of the historic downtown area, this 7,000 square foot restaurant and bar blends a variety of architectural elements which pay homage to Lebanon’s heritage as well custom designs that tie to Catch-a-Fire’s colorful roots, said Jen Howell, marketing director.

Catch-a-Fire Pizza originally opened as a food truck in Cincinnati nearly 10 years ago, serving guests street-side at public parks and festivals, as well as catering at private venues throughout the city. With their hand-crafted, authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas plus 20 beers on tap, Catch-a-Fire Pizza Lebanon offers guests a fun and laid-back dining experience.

The restaurant features a taproom area, separate dining room, indoor / outdoor bar, large patio, and a private event space for celebrating special occasions. Guests will be able to reserve the Broadway Room, which includes a private bar and attached patio. Catch-a-Fire is within Lebanon’s DORA (designated outdoor refreshment area) and will have cups available for guests to enjoy adult beverages to-go. Throughout the upcoming fall / winter season, guests will also be able to reserve and enjoy their own private, heated igloo on the patio.

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Co-owner Melissa Ledford shared, “The restaurant is all about having a great experience and our team really tries to create a special atmosphere for people to come and have fun and celebrate.” Jeff Ledford, Melissa’s husband and Co-owner, added, “We designed this space to bring people together. There’s nothing like this in Lebanon.”

Catch-a-Fire has hired over 45 team members at this location and is still accepting applications for cooks, servers and bartenders.

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