Sunday May 1, 3-7pm: Wade Hudson – Rock, folk, R&B, country like you’ve never heard
Friday May 6, 6-10pm: Erin’s Band – Rock
Saturday May 7, 6-10pm: Fear of Silence – Classic rock, progressive rock, blues rock and alternative
Sunday May 8, 3:30-7:30pm: Murphy’s Jar of Jam’s –Covers from the 50’s to today
Friday May 13, 6-10pm: Burning Time – Classic blues and rock
Saturday May 14, 6-10pm: Grip – Original and Cover Rock, Southern Rock, Country and Hick Hop
Sunday May 15, 3:30-7:30pm: Wade Hudson – Rock, folk, R&B, country like you’ve never heard
Thursday May 19, 6-10pm: Lost Dogs – Rock, blues and roots music
Friday May 20, 6-10pm: Austin Adams – Indie Rock/AC
Saturday May 21, 6-10pm: Gin House – Western Rock (like Cosby Still & Nash)
Sunday May 22, 3:30-7:30: Marty Nickel – Acoustic Tropical Folk & Blues
Friday May 27, 6-10pm: Wade Hudson – Rock, folk, R&B, country like you’ve never heard
Saturday May 28, 6-10pm: Fedora Blues – Chicago-Style Blues
Sunday May 29, 3:30-7:30pm: Murphy’s Jar of Jam’s – Covers from the 50’s to today
Diesel Pizza is the PRIME SPOT for the bike race this Sunday! We are located on Turn 2 with outdoor dining and awesome views of the race. Watch as riders hit the apex of Turn 2 and transition to Turn 3 at 30mph! Get there early to get a seat. Races begin at 11am with the last ride at 6pm.
Live Music by Wade Hudson starts at 3pm! It’s always a party at the “D”!
For more racing details, go to www.roswellcriterium.com
Date: Sunday May 1st, 2011
Time: 11am – Last race starts at 6pm
Don’t forget Mom on Mother’s Day! Diesel Pizza is a great place for the whole family to relax and enjoy live music on the patio, especially Mom!
Live Music by Murphy’s Jar of Jams starts at 3:30pm
Date: Sunday May 8th, 2011
Come celebrate High Meadows School at Diesel Pizza from 7-10pm. Let Mayor Wood and High Meadows Head Master, Jay Underwood mix up your drinks as they show their bartending skills behind the main bar.
20% of the proceeds from the event will benefit High Meadows School.
Live Music by Burning Time starts at 6pm
Date: Friday May 13th
Time: 7 – 10pm
2011 marks the 6th year of Alive After 5 in Downtown Historic Roswell!
Be sure to stop by Diesel Pizza and enjoy live music by the Lost Dogs
Date: Thursday May 19th
Time: 5 – 9pm
EVENT: PBR 4 Pups
DESCRIPTION: Help Diesel Pizza raise funds to benefit Animals Deserve Better, Inc., matching rescued dogs & puppies to assist paople who are disabled.
LIVE Music | PBR Specials | Pets Welcome | Meet Simon the Service/Therapy Gog
Date: Saturday April 2, 2011
Time: 12 – 4pm
Title: St. Patrick’s Day PARTY Featuring LIVE Music by the “LOST DOGS
Description: LIVE Music by the “LOST DOGS” begins at 5pm. ALL DAY Green Beer & Drink Specials
LIVE Music by the “LOST DOGS” begins at 5pmALL DAY Green Beer & Drink Specials
Date: Thursday March 17
Title: Toys 4 Tots Tuesdays
Description: Bring an unwrapped toy and receive 20% off your bill.
Time: All day & night
Date: Every Tuesday from November 30th – December 21st (Nov. 30, Dec 7, 14 & 21)
Title: PRESENTS 4 PETS
Description: Bring a holiday gift to be donated to a pet at the Southern Hope Humane Society and bring your pet too!
LIVE Music on the Patio and Dogfish Head Beer Specials
Time: 12:00 pm – 3:00pm
Date: Saturday December 4
Title: Dinner with Santa & Mrs. Claus
Description: Enjoy a fun filled evening while your kids have a chance to meet Santa & Mrs. Clause.
Time: 5:00 – 9:00pm
Date: Every Sunday in December until Christmas (Dec. 5th, 12th, and 19th
Reservations Suggested 770.641.1080
Title: Halloween Party at Diesel Pizza & Pub
Saturday, October 30th, 7pm till…
Halloween Party at Diesel Pizza & Pub featuring the “LOST DOGS” playing Rock & Blues
Come in costume, Bring the entire family
Great Food, Great Entertainment & Drink Specials
Don’t Miss it…
Start Time: 7:00pm
End Time: ????
Title: Fundraiser to Benefit GA Transplant Foundation
Description: “Partime Weekends” LIVE on the Patio – Rock & Roll Variety Band
20% of proceeds to support the GA Transplant Foundation
Start Time: 17:00
End Time: 20:00
One of our customers wrote this fantastic review on their blog, we’d like to share.
As I mentioned before, I typically will not write about a restaurant unless it is really special. As was the case with Capozzi’s, and now the same with Diesel Pizza Pub. The first time I visited Diesel was around two weeks ago, since my initial visit I have already been back once and plan on going a third time here in the near future. It is a really cool atmosphere…super laid back.
I guess I could tell you exactly what Diesel is…maybe…This was originally the home of an automotive repair shop. The original building is the one being used, and the large garage doors are still intact. Concrete floors run throughout the entire restaurant, and the automotive theme dominates the restaurant. Everything to do with cars can be found here… there are hubcaps on walls, retro muscle car images in the bathrooms, and even the parking lot is full of cool cars. I have seen a Ferrari both times I have been to Diesel, and the last time there was a car called a Charleston Citroen. You can see where the restaurant gets its name from.
A bit more about the restaurant, it is freaking AWESOME! The End…
Just Kidding… let me describe the a bit about the food for you.
REPRINT FROM MILTON HERALD
November 30, 2009
ROSWELL – In 1946 a spanking new service station opens in the heart of Roswell, then a hamlet of around 5,000 people. It is a pristine, efficient operation painted all in white with two bays.
A little more than 62 years later, it is a closed-up repair shop in the midst of a thriving city, the sixth-largest in Georgia, unremarkable to the thousands of cars that pass by each day.
Unremarkable, that is, except to Tara and Jim Cameron. They were impressed with the building’s trim lines and sleek Art Moderne design. The couple also recognized its potential sitting at the fringe of Roswell’s Historic District on Ga. 9 (Atlanta Street) and Norcross Street. Read the rest of this entry »
REPRINT FROM THE ROSWELL NEIGHBOR
November 6, 2009
Every morning as she drove her son to preschool, Roswell resident Tara Cameron would note the old, vacant building at the corner of Norcross and Alpharetta streets.
“We had our eyes on that place a year before it went up for lease. We thought it would be a great place for a pub,” she said.
Two years later, Cameron and her husband Jim have received an award from the Georgia Downtown Association and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs for their rehabilitation of the vintage 1940s service station, now Diesel Pizza and Pub.
“Jim and Tara Cameron took a chance on a building which had served Roswell’s automotive needs since 1948 and needed a lot of TLC,” said Cherith Marshall, the Roswell city employee who nominated the Camerons for the Sensitive Rehabilitation/Restoration award.
The building in the city’s historic district had previously been home to Taylor’s Auto Service, Weatherford and Wingo and Marcus Auto Repair and Tire Service, Marshall said, before the Camerons came along in 2007.
Sited on a small corner lot at a busy downtown intersection, issues such as modern-day parking and setback requirements posed some problems, Tara Cameron said.
“I knew Canton Street area had parking issues, but I also knew it’s pedestrian friendly and people would just walk up the street to a business,” she said. Read the rest of this entry »
ROSWELL, Ga., Sept. 18 /PRNewswire/ — Diesel Pizza & Pub, a fun and unique restaurant, is proud to celebrate our Grand Opening, tonight. Find us next to the fire station at the corner of Alpharetta St. & Norcross Streets in the Roswell Historic District. Stop by tonight for the celebration and grab a bite to eat and a cold drink. Locals are pleased to see the arrival of opening day. Read the rest of this entry »