On November 20, 2019

Two new restaurants to open in Killington

Two new pizza restaurants are coming to Killington.

The Nite Spot, LLC, owned by Moguls owner Sal Salmeri and Ramunto’s Brick Oven Pizza, owned by Donald Billings, who owns the Roots restaurant in Rutland and  Crux and the Mountain Merchant in Killington, are opening ahead of the Killington World Cup over Thanksgiving weekend.

Both owners are navigating construction.

Salmeri, who’s waiting for his liquor license to announce an opening date, said he’ll be the head chef of the Nite Spot until he finds the right person to take over.

“I’m looking for great pizza (and) a great family atmosphere,” Salmeri said.

Meanwhile, Ramuntos is hosting a soft opening Friday, Nov. 22.

Ramuntos will replace the former deli operation at Mountain Merchant and will include an outside pick-up window.

Look for more details in upcoming editions.

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