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Lucky Brookline Will Get a Stoked Pizza Brick-and-Mortar [UPDATED]

It could open in late winter or early spring, replacing Sunny Boy in Washington Square.

Stoked Pizza
Stoked Pizza

Now a year-and-a-half old, bright red truck Stoked Pizza is putting down roots in Brookline, aiming to open a restaurant in the late winter or early spring. The team can't announce the specific location yet; stay tuned for more information. (See update below.) (Don't worry — the truck will remain on the road, too.)

Stoked tells Eater that the menu will remain focused on pizza, of course, but there will also be some salads and sandwiches. The truck's current pizza roster includes options like a Buffalo chicken with gorgonzola; the "Porky," with pepperoni, sausage, and bacon; and a classic cheese with aged and fresh mozzarella.

The Stoked team includes musician-turned-major-pizza-enthusiast Scott Riebling (you may remember him from his Letters to Cleo days) and Toirm Miller, who owned vegetarian food cart Jack and the Bean Bowl in Copley Square.

UPDATE, 12/20/15: Stoked will be opening in the Sunny Boy space (1632 Beacon St. in Washington Square), Boston Magazine reports, noting a target date of April 1. Sunny Boy, which quietly opened six months ago, is part of the BiNA Hospitality Group, which includes jm Curley (and its interior steakhouse, Bogie's Place), Lala Rokh, Bin 26 Enoteca, and Merrill & Co. — the latter of which is being replaced by Akinto, part of Boston Nightlife Ventures. When Stoked opens, it'll serve lunch and dinner daily, and brunch will start up not too long after opening, according to Boston. Get ready for bagels made in-house.

Sunny Boy

1632 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02446 (617) 739-1114 Visit Website

Stoked Pizza

1632 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02446 (617) 982-3473