Downtown Halifax’s infamous Pizza Corner is reeling in a new clientele.
, a fast-casual twist on the traditional fish and chips, is opening under the same roof as Pizza Girls
(1560 Grafton Street). The new brand will have six different kinds of batters, as well as fish tacos and salads.
Business partner Connor Stoilov is excited to showcase the new brand.
“Pizza corner is our flagship location and we've spent a lot of the last few months getting this ramped up and ready to launch, so we're definitely really excited,” he says.
The company opened its first co-branded location in Tantallon in February 2017 and is excited to start rolling it out across the province. It also hopes to franchise the brand across Canada in the future.
“Putting them together down in Tantallon, we've seen a lot of grandparents and parents bringing their kids down, and the kids love the pizza and the adults love the seafood, so it works really well,” says Stoilov.
“What we think is really unique is there's
never been any late-night places for fish and chips. It’s something that’s missing downtown,” he says.
The new location will be open until 5am
, so you'll be able to get fish and chips after your night out.
Katch also has a location on the waterfront,
and will be launching locations in the Halifax Shopping Centre, Scotia Square and in downtown Moncton later this summer.