The pizza joint employs four full-time staffers and will soon hire more.
Currently, the restaurant doesn’t have an alcohol license though the process is underway. Doughboy will stock draft and craft beers.
“I’m going to put a bunch in rotation and let the local people decide what they want,” Hood said. “If a beer doesn’t work, I’ll take it off and try something new.”
The daily special is two one-topping slices with a drink for $5.89 total.
Favorite specialty pizzas are ‘Goes-In-Ta’, a supreme, and the ‘Chuck Norris,’ a meat lover’s creation.
Don’t be afraid to experiment with some “weird pizzas.” Doughboy will try any half and half combo.
“You don’t have to stick to what we have if you want something off the wall,” Hood said.
A 14-inch medium features six slices, while the 18-inch large has eight.
Total space sits at 1,400 square feet, though Hood hopes to expand next door, which would increase that to 2,300. More seating is the goal by early summer.
Doughboy serves salads and subs for variety. Pizza remains the trademark.
“A lot of people have said I’m glad that’s what you are dedicated to because we don’t have a place that just serves pizza,” Hood said. “Our menu will expand, but we are not going to get past pizza. That’s what made us and brought the Doughboy name.”
Normal operating hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Wednesday. Doughboy caters to the college scene Thursday to Saturday, staying open until 3 a.m.
KNG Delivery works with Doughboy. Call 478-295-2229 or visit Doughboy Pizza Milledgeville on Facebook for more information.