About Double Zero
Our ancestors, and many others like them, made the pilgrimage from southern Italy to Ellis Island. These immigrants hit the streets of NYC with a ripe attitude and a culture deeply rooted in food. Their entrepreneurial spirit spawned many businesses as Italian-Americans infiltrated the neighborhoods surrounding Mulberry Street and much of the Lower East Side of Manhattan. This new home was rich in Neapolitan ties; however, a uniquely American identity was taking form as they embraced their status as first generation Italian-Americans.
Now generations removed from that first journey across the Atlantic, we aim to update the concept of an Italian-American restaurant. The sourcing of our ingredients, our techniques, and the design of our space is modern, but we take inspiration from the tenacity, originality, and hustle of our ancestors — and of course, their damn delicious food. We hope that those who came before us would be proud of this effort.
Italian, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Oxford Rd NE
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet is available during dinner hours to assist our patrons with the limited nature of our parking lot.
Private Party Facilities:
We have private dining experiences available for all of your special occasion needs. Please contact us to set up an appointment to see our offerings.
Private Party Contact:
Emily Cruz: 4049913666x
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Double Zero offers a variety of special events including, but not limited to the following:
- Private Corporate Events
- Classic Cocktail receptions
- Chef's tasting menus
- Wine Tasting events
- Whiskey Tasting events
Please inquire about our private areas.
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Double Zero Ratings and Reviews
We tried Double Zero for the first time ...
We tried Double Zero for the first time after attending a reading on a Tuesday night. The space is quite large but wasn't overly crowded or loud when we went. I had to ask our waiter to explain the concept to us (I knew they were small plates/pizzas, but wanted to know how big they were, etc.). The cocktail menu is nice but not amazingly unique; I probably shouldn't have splurged on the expensive liquor the waiter recommended. The small plates probably vary in size--the very good kale salad was enough for several bites for two people; the pasta was maybe two tiny bites of eh per person. The pizza dough really is worth the hype--different and delicious--though very floppy and wet in the middle. I think DZ could pass on the schtick, like giving us scissors to cut our pizza (why?!), and just be a decent restaurant instead of trying so hard. Lots of staff about, handing out plates as they became available (we were delivered another table's dinner at one point) and our waiter had a knack for recommending the most expensive food items, but everyone was pretty friendly. We were happy overall and would return though if in the area.
The food was great! Everything we ordere ...
The food was great! Everything we ordered was good. The menu is mostly small plates so we ordered a variety of menu items for our party of four to share. The drinks were also good. We had a great server who gave us recommendations that were spot on. Would definitely return. Easy valet parking, too.
Something for everyone! Small plates to ...
Something for everyone! Small plates to full-size entrees. Menu organized from light to hearty so it's easy to make choices. Fun for sharing, but if you don't have to. Have not had a dish less than delicious in two recent visits.
Service is professional yet relaxed.
All in all, a fun time.
The food was very good, we ordered a bun ...
The food was very good, we ordered a bunch of small plates. One of the specials was a 4 oz portion of halibut which was delicious! It was a little noisy for my 80 something year old parents, but the noise level was probably fine for everyone else. Will go there again!
First time eating here and it didn't dis ...
First time eating here and it didn't disappoint! Loved the small plates so we were able to try several items. Loved the scallops, and the artichoke dip with the delicious bread, and these yummy brisket fritter type things were so good! Great ambiance, great service, and the butterscotch dessert we had was so decadent we had to share it! Highly recommend will definitely be back!
Wonderful ! Sampled the menu with a cou ...
Wonderful ! Sampled the menu with a couple small plates ( artichoke al forno, arancini and arugula salad) and then ordered a pizza which we tasted but took the majority home. Each bite of each plate was a delight. Could not believe how tasty the pizza crust is.
The menu calls for exploration and explanation to fully appreciate an outing at Double Zero however just the pizza will make anyone happy.
Nice atmosphere, not too noisy. Our grou ...
Nice atmosphere, not too noisy. Our group of 5 enjoyed it a lot. Only criticism is the wait staff don't seem to know the menu very well - food or wine. I had been to the Roswell Rd. location & found the staff to be very knowledgable. Perhaps new staff will improve over time. Great salads and pizza.
We have a very special connection to thi ...
We have a very special connection to this place. We celebrated our wedding reception here and have been back several times since. We just checked out their new location and were blown away by the new set-up, decor, but mostly, their new menu. The food was so fascinating and even more delicious than it sounded. We had a chance to reconnect with the people who helped make our special day so much more memorable and they were just as excited to see us! We can't wait to see what else they have in store for the future but are so thrilled to be along for the ride. Thank you, Double Zero, for being so good to us. You really do know how to make your guests feel so welcomed and part of your family.
Fantastic food and a wonderful atmospher ...
Fantastic food and a wonderful atmosphere, we drove all the way from Suwanee to enjoy Double Zero and were beyond pleased with our experience--yes, more than just a meal. We started with some small plates that offered us a chance to try some dishes for the first time and, while each of us had favorites (mine was the tonnarelli), all of us were pleased. We moved on to the best pizza outside of Italy...sausage, goat cheese, pickled pear. We considered a second pizza but opted for dessert. A perfect evening, and I can promise that we'll be back.
This was my third visit and still have p ...
This was my third visit and still have plenty to try on the menu. I highly recommend the sea scallops and halibut. The chef is creative. The pizza is excellent. Great drinks and wine list. Had an amazing dessert -butterscotch pudding with an oatmeal cookie on top.
A great addition to Emory Village. Good food, good service. Keep up the good work!
The spinach artichoke dip was delicious. ...
The spinach artichoke dip was delicious...the best we've ever eaten and is plenty for sharing between four people. We also ordered the roasted cauliflower which was my husband's favorite and mixed vegetables of peas and carrots which was really too small for sharing. We ordered two pizzas for the table but were disappointed that more pizza options weren't available. The wood burning oven makes for a delicious crust but the toppings were not what we would have chosen. We finished the meal with the key lime tart and a butterscotch pudding topped with a cookie. Both were delectable and would order again. Next visit I will order the tapas and dessert and skip the pizza. The valet parking makes it convenient to visit this location.
Double Zero.... old location awesome.... ...
Double Zero.... old location awesome.... new location in Decatur is PHENOMENAL!!!!
Loved the new menu. Tried 8 different dishes. Each one deserves its own round of applause.
Way to go CHG.
Went to Double Zero without knowing anyt ...
Went to Double Zero without knowing anything about it, because the timing worked out, and had a delicious meal with fantastic service. Modern urban wood & metal decor & view to the kitchen. I imagine it could get pretty loud but it was not full when we went. Creative 'New American' food, with a small plate style service similar to the sister restaurant, Cooks & Soldiers (which is divine).
Started with a grilled kale salad with arugula and slivers of radish which was fresh and unusual - we particularly enjoyed the roasted garlic dressing - kale salads often have sweeter dressing so this was a pleasant surprise. Even my kale-hating son enjoyed a few bites.
Also, artichoke and cheese, which was a dip with house made pizza dough type bread. Tasted great, but not that different from other well made artichoke dips.
The smoked brisket arancini was very unusual though and also delicious - smoky and flavorful, but maybe a tad salty.
Standout was the 2lb beef rib to share (delicious & fork tender, perfectly glazed char on the outside), along with the carrots & potatoes which came with a delicate fennel sauce and roasted pistachios.
Lemon tart for desert, fresh lemon curd was excellent and balanced, the pastry, which looked like puff pastry was a little less perfect - a bit soggy.
We dine frequently at the Castellucci re ...
We dine frequently at the Castellucci restaurants and have been excited to try the "new" Double Zero. Our expectations were exceeded in a wonderful way! Our server Maya, although new to the family's restaurants, made our experience delightful. This restaurant was perfect for our date night dinner prior to a dancing engagement. The handcrafted cocktails were awesome as well as the wonderful market fish that was prepared to perfection. Mr/Mrs C should be quite proud of their family with this new addition to their restaurants!
I love this place! We sat at the bar an ...
I love this place! We sat at the bar and our ourselves in the hands of Matt, the bartender, who recommended two specials (squash blossoms stuffed with pork cheek and grilled lamb chops over a bed of diced root vegetables dusted with cumin and coriander) and several wines that were all terrific, and none were budget busters. We finished it up with one of their amazing mushroom pizzas (because, why not?) and called it a night. We are soooo happy they moved so much closer to us.
We had a wonderful experience, with exce ...
We had a wonderful experience, with excellent staff that understand the value of customer service, outstanding food, incredible waiter and lovely atmosphere. They truly strive for excellence. The ambiance of the restaurant along with the incredible tasty dishes and wine made our date night a lovely experience. Highly recommendable. Thank you for treating us in style. We look forward to our next dine in experience.
The food and service were both excellent ...
The food and service were both excellent , but the menu was very meat heavy with all the choices somewhat fatty. There were no lighter options such as vegetables or salads. What was served was very well done but my wife and one of my daughters won't return unless the menu broadens.
Having been to the Double Zero in Sandy ...
Having been to the Double Zero in Sandy Springs, I was hoping for a more Italian style menu with an abundance of pizza and pasta options. This menu, while quite shareable and interesting, did not appeal to me as much. I feel I can get small plates of dips and veggies at several Atlanta restaurants. I wanted a more authentic Italian experience.
Located in the heart of Emory Village, D ...
Located in the heart of Emory Village, Double Zero features small Italian plates, somewhat similar to the concept of the highly-regarded Iberian Pig in downtown Decatur. Everything we've tried there has been exceptional.
While the food was good, we would never ...
While the food was good, we would never return because of the noise level. You just could not talk at all to the people at your table. Also, they have a problem with handicapped access. Our friend is in a wheelchair and had a terrible time getting into the restaurant. The manager sent us an appetizer to make up for the inconvenience but that did not erase the feeling that handicapped access was not considered.
Been waiting with great interest for thi ...
Been waiting with great interest for this restaurant to open up in the former original Jaggers location. Again, I think that this new restaurant is missing the sweet spot for Emory Village just like Ink and Elm, the prior restaurant in the same location. The prices are quite high for this location crawling with college students. $19 for a Smoked Brisket Pizza which had a very scarce amount of brisket and was not that tasty. The cauliflower app was a very small portion and was bland and a bit greasy tasting. The grilled kale salad was a very nice but small salad. Bottom line... $10 avg apps, $14/up tapas and &19 small/not even medium pizzas is going to be a tough sell in The Village.
Was hoping for a Pub or Sports Bar with quality food and many beer taps, nightly specials to give us all a reason to make this our neighborhood joint.
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