Winchester will have a new restaurant moving to town.
Stone Hearth Pizza, which has locations in Belmont, Needham and Cambridge, will be moving into the storefront vacated by the closing of
T Michaels, which had the largest storefront in town, cited declining sales that forced it to close after 25 years of service to the town.
According to the Stone Hearth website, the restaurant serves, “Neapolitan style, thin crust pizza along with gourmet salads and a hand-picked selection of wine and beer. Our menu is forever evolving, but will always incorporate a healthy blend of premium organic, locally produced, and sustainable ingredients.”
The site went on to say that Stone Hearth Pizza Co. opened in August of 2005 by friends Christopher Robbins and Jonathan Schwarz.
According to Cathy Alexander, Executive Director of the, the landlord notified them last week that Stone Hearth Pizza was moving in.
“Everybody seems to give this restaurant high marks for quality,” Alexander said. “It’s a huge space to fill, and I’m real thrilled they’re moving into the space.”
There is no timetable for Stone Hearth to move in, according to Alexander. She said that there are still permits and licenses that need to be acquired before the restaurant can move forward.