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  • Wow. They couldn’t be bothered fix up the outside a bit? I think that I will pass on ordering pizza from this “new” place.

    • What? Not enough exposed vintage lightbulbs, reclaimed wood, and an “urban industrial aesthetic” for you?
      Because when I eat pizza, I require aged steel and reclaimed wood.

    • yeah, why not paint over the graffiti?

      • +1. All I can think is that maybe that property — though painted in the same blue — is occupied by a different tenant??
        Even if it is, I don’t think that’s an excuse. Presumably the landlord is the same for both, and a newly opened place seeking to do business ought to cover up the next-door neighbor’s graffiti — it makes them look bad.

      • Probably because it’s the landlord’s responsibility. The graffiti is on the residential portion of the building.

  • Sicilian moar better. Pass.

  • This just made my day! I’ve missed my $8 pizzas. Callooh callay! I hope they continue to do well. Not gonna lie though, I wouldn’t mind seeing a report from the Health Department

  • Very glad to have them back, they have been sorely missed. Nothing fancy, but solid quality and affordable! And the wings are delicious.

  • TempleCt

    Yes! Yes! Yes! This is the best news I’ve seen all day! The best pizza place in the city is back open for business. I’ve had to lower my standards while they were closed eating Pap Johns, and Pizza Hut, but no more! I’ll definitely be there this weekend.

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