The Filling Station Pizza Cafe & Bar has plans to come to Trussville
From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — Plans for The Filling Station Pizza Cafe & Bar have been presented to the Trussville Design Review Board.
Two renderings were presented by a representative from Milam & Co. Construction. The property at 112 South Chalkville would be converted from an auto service shop, formerly Liberty Automotive, to a restaurant and bar.
The board had questions concerning the exterior material that will be used. Options are brick, stucco or simply painting the existing exterior. Another concern was what will be done with the existing garage door.
The plans will be taken back to the owner with recommendations from the board. The Filling Station will have to present modified renderings in a special meeting on May 2.
The Filling Station offers pizza, pasta, sandwiches and dessert.
There is no word on an opening date, but Barrett Milam, with Milam & Co. Construction, said the owners are “anxious to get the ball rolling.”