Seagrove's oldest pizza shop on the move

Published: Tuesday, November 26, 2013 at 15:16 PM.

Goodman's space will more than double with the move. His new dining room will boast close to 50 square feet plus a deck for outside dining, where he now has 19.

The location is south of 30A, the second right turn past Deer Lake .

While there are not many businesses out that way, and Goodman won't see the foot traffic he saw in his Seagrove Plaza location, the restaurateur said he is not worried.

"That used to be the Bermuda Triangle for businesses, but WaterSound is the largest subdivision here. That's where growth is going on 30A. I would not move if I didn't think it would be successful," he said. “It will be a more pleasurable dining experience with a totally open kitchen and people can watch us making the dough and sauce, and the pizza being cooked."

Goodman's current staff will go with him to the new location. Some of that staff has been with him for 19 years.

"Everyone is worried that everything will change, but everything will remain the same. It will be the same menu, same staff, same prices. I am not going to try to fix what's not broken," he said.

Goodman attributes a lot of his success to having a great staff that has stayed with him through the years.



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