Here’s When One of Mississauga’s Most Popular Restaurants Will Move into the Old West 50 Space
The space that was once home to West 50—one of the city’s most vibrant nightlife venues—has been vacant for over two years.
But that will change at the end of the month.
Recently, insauga.com discovered that Goodfellas, the popular Streetsville Neapolitan wood oven pizza restaurant that’s known for its rustic-chic interior, homemade southern Italian dishes and exclusive Italian wine selection, is taking over part of the Sussex Centre space formerly occupied by West 50.
The news broke in 2017, but the Italian hotspot just took to Twitter to announce that the grand opening of Goodfellas at 50 Burnhamthorpe Road West is scheduled for May 29.
You've asked for it and we answered.— Goodfellas Pizza (@goodfellas_corp) May 14, 2019
THE GRAND OPENING of Goodfellas at 50 Burnamthorpe Rd West in Mississauga is May 29th. Mark it on your calendars and we will see you there! GOOD FOOD. GOOD FUN. GOODFELLAS. #goodfellaspizza #grandopening pic.twitter.com/y8EUvQHdM0
Back in 2017, Goodfellas told insauga.com that it was going to acquire about 4,000 square feet of West 50’s 13,000 square feet of space and keep the location’s spacious patio area.
The team said it was planning to recreate the look and feel of their other locations.
Goodfellas has enjoyed steady popularity and acclaim since it opened its first location in Streetsville in October 2013. The team behind the casual-upscale concept recently opened a location in the Bloor West Village area in Toronto and another location at Main and Ontario Street area in Milton.
The Sussex Centre location will boast the same menu as the other Goodfellas’ locations, so diners can expect the exceptional charcuterie platters (Misto di Salumi and Misto di Formaggi), calamari, arancini, wood oven Neapolitan pizzas, hand-made pasta, gnocchi, risotto and entrees that they’re used to.
Will you be checking out Goodfellas at the end of the month?
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