TREASURE VALLEY — Flatbread Community Oven is getting a new name and a new look. The company is changing its name to Flatbread Neapolitan Pizzeria (FNP) and updating its logo, uniforms and interior design. New dishes will be added to Flatbread's menu.

The new name better communicates FNP's core product and makes it easier for the company to expand regionally, according to a press release. The company has three Idaho locations, one in Oregon and one that recently opened in Salt Lake City.

“We're nearly seven years old in Boise and it took some time for our guests to truly understand what Flatbread Community Oven is,” owner Rob Lumsden said. “There are always questions — what does Community Oven mean, do you sell bread, etc. We realized we were working too hard through our logo alone to try and convey what it is we actually do.”

Although the look is changing, the restaurant remains a Neapolitan pizzeria and wine bar specializing in serving authentic woodfired Neapolitan pizza certified by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana (VPN) of Naples, Italy. New menu choices include new pizzas, Creminelli artisan cured meats, new salads, appetizers, desserts and an expanded draft beer selection.


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