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Liberty Pizza, 707 Harden Street: December 2013   4 comments

Posted at 12:23 am in Uncategorized

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Commenter MB reports that Liberty Pizza in the old Pop's location is closed. After peering inside, I would like to ammend that report: Liberty Pizza is not mearly closed, but truly most sincerely closed:

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(Hat tip to commenter MB)

Written by ted on January 14th, 2014

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4 Responses to 'Liberty Pizza, 707 Harden Street: December 2013'

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  1. You ain't kiddin' they are closed. Looks like they are gutting the place. Wonder what's in store for it next??

    Homer

    14 Jan 14 at 1:52 am

  2. Hey Ted - I wonder what was in this place when the walls were covered with the musical motif as evident in a couple of the pictures. Does anyone happen to know?

    I hope they will salvage the metal ceiling. I have always loved the look of those......

    Homer

    14 Jan 14 at 2:05 am

  3. I've never been to New York but the best New York style pizza I ever had was at a little pizza shop in Springfield Vermont. Almost every place I ate in Vermont had really good food, a lot of great Micro Breweries as well. One Beer I remember that was particularly good was Catamount Pale Ale, brewed in Windsor Vermont by Catamount Brewery. I believe they have since been bought out by Harpoon Brewery of Boston. I was in Vermont for one month on business, at night we would travel the state checking out different Beers, Ales and Lagers.

    Rick

    15 Jan 14 at 12:05 pm

  4. I should mention Vermont is the epitome of L.L. Bean country.

    Rick

    15 Jan 14 at 12:10 pm

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