New Pizza Parlor Opening Soon at 127 Stanton

Posted on: June 28th, 2010 at 6:13 am by

In November 2008, the Dulcinée vintage boutique shop at 127 Stanton Street closed its doors for the greener pastures of internet sales.  The storefront remained dormant with requisite “for rent” signs inviting new business.  And one finally took the bait.

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From the look of the new signage installed out front, a new generic pizza parlor will soon open at 127 Stanton. A “coming soon” cardboard cutout placed in the bottom window is further confirmation.  No word yet on the actual business name, but a phone number is already in place.

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So now you can get inked at New York Hardcore Tattoos, and wash down the pain with a couple slices and a Coke.  A match made in heaven.

127 Stanton Street, (212) 533-4252

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