Where Have All The Pizza Parlors Gone? - 03/31/14

  When I was growing up, I always considered a treat when my folks would take us out for pizza.  Hard to beat pizza and a coke.  I like to do the same thing now and again with my family but it's not as easy as it used to be.
  I've noticed a lot of the places you used to be able to go and order a pizza and sit down and eat it have closed.  There are tons of places to order a pizza for carry out or delivery.  To me, it's just not the same experience.  There's still a couple of sit down pizza parlors in Gallatin not far from my house.  I'm doing what I can to make sure they don't go away.  Tell me about some of the pizza parlors near you.

 

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