Above is a photo of Do North's new interior. Owners Bryan and Stephanie Gray are pictured lower right.

Do North Pizzeria has tripled its square footage and moved to a new location at 5116 Miller Trunk Highway in Hermantown, formerly site of the old Hermantown Federal Credit Union Building.

A grand opening and ribbon cutting were held Wednesday.

A new and expanded menu is being featured including appetizers like nachos and cheese fries. Chicago-style deep dish pizzas and calzones have also been added. There original pizzas have received t a makeover with additions like the Fiery Hawaiian and Coney Pizza.  

New outdoor seating will become available this summer.

“We are excited to give our customers and the community what they have been asking for – a larger dining area used as a place where people can feel at home and we already see our customers reconnecting with family and friends," owners Bryan and Stephanie Gray said in a news release.

"The interior selections were driven by Bryan and Stephanie's vision to create something new from something old. Found or salvaged items were incorporated, notably the salvaged wood from Bryan's great-grandfather's barn, to create a warm, comfortable environment; a place meant for people to gather,” said Carlie Kemp, certified interior designer with DSGW Architects.

The new location offers a designated area for parties. It has a TV where customers can gather and watch sporting events, hold family gatherings and work meetings/parties.