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From left: The Rassi family, Angel, Angelys, Lucas, Daniel, holding Amelia, and Isabella, and the Iannuzzi family, Katherine, Giovanni, Marc, Julianna and Marc, at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Fire by Wicked Fresh. (PAULA JONES/MWV CHAMBER PHOTO)

CONWAY — The Iannuzzi and Rassi families celebrated their new restaurant, Fire by Wicked Fresh, with a grand opening and ribbon cutting recently.

Fire is located in Settlers Green, in the former Brandli's Pizza, next to Bass Factory Outlet. The restaurant features Mediterranean-inspired lunch and dinner plates, brick-oven pizza, including slices to go, and local beer and specialty wine.

Renovations have transformed the space with organic-toned textiles, colorful graffiti and industrial accents. The heated outdoor patio is perfect for group and families.

They plan to keep the "wicked fresh way" intact with ingredients sourced from the Northeast, including a local vendors Sherman Farm and North Country Smokehouse. The Fire menu won’t just feature pizza. The goal is to have it be a modern take on Old World tastes, with a variety of menu options and fresh flavors.

If that’s not enough, Wicked Street Urban Eats and Wicked Munchies Snack Shack have joined the family at Settlers Green. Both offer shoppers and visitors a quick and easy on-the-go option.

Fire is open from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. daily. For more information, go to wickedfirenh.com.

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