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Long-awaited Village Pizza open for business in C’ville

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Housed in a 6,100-square-foot freestanding building that can seat nearly 200 patrons, the new Village Pizza isn’t like most pizza places in town — or any other business nearby, for that matter.

The newly constructed log cabin-style restaurant standing prominently along the business-challenged Route 25 corridor on the village’s east side opened its doors in recent weeks to the excitement of many area residents.

But it’s no newcomer. For more than three decades, the family-owned restaurant has been a favorite of area residents who commonly proclaim it the best pizza around.

Housed in the adjacent strip mall from 1978 to 2009, Village Pizza has drawn in softball teams, families, and other patrons who say they come for a welcoming rustic atmosphere and friendly service.

The new place feels uncannily like the old, many claim, since nearly the entire original decor was used from the former restaurant next door.

Even with recycling the decor, the venture still cost Village Pizza owners Marcie and Mike Sarillo a cool million, they say.

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