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Rebel Pizza Bar

09.29.2015 by: Travis Sandoval
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Austin’s pizza renaissance continues with the opening of yet another restaurant slinging the most famous of pies. Brought to you by Suzi Yi of Suzi’s China Grill with the help of Chef Alex Kahn, formerly of NoRTH and Trento, Rebel Pizza Bar has set up shop on Anderson Lane.

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The spacious interior has a modern urban vibe.

Upon entering, you’ll be greeted by walls covered in graffiti artwork that lead you up the stairs to the second floor, where the restaurant is located. With walls made of exposed cinder blocks and stained concrete floors, the design feels urban and modern. There’s very little indication that you’re actually in a sleepier part of town.

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There's plenty of indoor seating.

The pizza on this menu is thin crusted with locally sourced ingredients. You’ll find creative pies with entertaining names like the Fowl Play (a pesto base topped with chicken, red onion, red bell pepper, green olive, feta, and rebel herbs) or GoldenPye (an olive oil base topped with spicy sausage, caramelized onion, egg, crispy potato, rosemary, goat cheese, and parmesan). There are also marinara based pizzas like the Queenie (topped with buffalo mozzarella, roasted tomato, and basil), but you’re free to build your own as well. During our visit, we tried the 10-inch GoldenPye and Get Up Stand Up (a marinara base topped with spicy sausage, mushroom, house ricotta, fresh jalapeño, and buffalo mozzarella). The second pizza packs a punch with the combination of spicy sausage and jalapeños. Definitely watch out for that if you’ve got sensitive tastebuds.

Rebel Pizza Bar

The Get Up Stand Up packs a spicy punch.

Aside from pizza, the menu also includes a list of shareable appetizers, salads, and a few desserts to finish off your meal. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you may want to try the Little Misfits (pumpkin donut holes dusted with sugar) which can also be served ala mode. Perfect for the start of fall.

The Octopus's Garden makes for a great starter plate.

Rebel Pizza Bar also makes for a great happy hour spot with their full service bar and excellent wine and beer selection. Of course the crowning glory of this spot is its rooftop terrace. The majority of it is covered in astroturf, inviting you out for a game of bocce ball or for mingling with your more athletic friends.

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More graffiti art from the restaurant.

Once fall’s cooler temperatures arrive, you should definitely make Rebel Pizza Bar one of your patio dining destinations.  

{Rebel Pizza Bar official site}

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