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Owner of Barrel & Boar opens new Columbus-style pizzeria

Owner of Barrel & Boar opens new Columbus-style pizzeria

Jack McLaughlin

Earlier this month, the managing partners of Barrel & Boar and Elevate Restaurant Group partnered with Homestead Brewing to bring a new Homestead restaurant and taproom in Marysville.

And now, the same partnership is bringing Central Ohio a brand-new pizzeria.

Delaware Station, a new Columbus-style pizza restaurant, opened for business earlier this month inside Homestead Brewing’s Delaware Public House, which is located at 59 Potter St.


While Barrel & Boar President Stan Riley has been expanding the barbecue restaurant’s central Ohio presence recently, Delaware Station is Riley’s only pizza concept. And while it’s a new restaurant operating under a new name, Delaware Station is rooted in the old school of Columbus pizza. 

“This is traditional Ohio pizza that goes really nicely with the Homestead concept in Delaware, with that neighborhood bar atmosphere,” Riley said. “I wanted to make the Ohio-style pizza that I remember: Thin crust, cup pepperoni from Ezzo Sausage Co. and a nice cheese blend. Just really approachable.”

The new spot is also serving a variety of subs, using some of the former recipes of Yoho’s, which eventually became Holy Smoke BBQ, and later became Barrel & Boar.

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