WildCraft Sourdough Pizza to reopen with new chef and menu in August

WildCraft Sourdough Pizza, temporarily closed, will reopen as Wildcraft with new menu and cocktails

Culver City’s WildCraft Sourdough Pizza is reopening with gusto in August. The restaurant will feature a new extended menu, a full-service bar and a new chef, Bryant Wigger.

Wigger hails from Trattoria Neapolis in Pasadena and will join the WildCraft family as executive chef. Wigger, along with Chef Tin Vuong, will create a completely revamped menu that promises to extend beyond the boundaries of pizza. Vuong has also been the chef at Abigaile and Little Sister. Although the restaurant is envisioning a new experience, WildCraft has promised to stay true to its roots in sourdough pizza.

In addition to the new food, WildCraft has recently acquired a liquor license and intends to start up a full cocktail program that will pair with the new food.

The restaurant’s new identity comes with a new name: WildCraft Sourdough Pizza has been changed to Wildcraft, in order to fit in with the broader menu.

Wildcraft has not released a specific date for its reopening but is expected to be placing pizzas back in the oven in August.

9725 Culver Blvd., Culver City 90232, (310) 815-8100, www.wildcraftpizza.com.

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