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Two Boulder Pizza Restaurants Close While Another’s Future Appears in Doubt

Plus, its the end of the story for a LoDo bookstore and coffeeshop

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It’s been a bummer of a week for Boulder pizza lovers as the Boulder Daily Camera newspaper reports two of the city’s pizzerias have recently shuttered. The newspaper reports Saturday was the last day of business for Adelia’s Street Legal Pizza, a New York-style pizza joint located at 3060 Pearl Parkway. The owner, Darryl Daily, told the Camera parking issues and high rent and operational costs, including steep labor costs, are behind the closure. However, he said the pizzeria could eventually reappear as a food truck.

Meanwhile, the Camera also reports a note has appeared on the window of 1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria announcing the business, which is now shuttered, is for sale.

Finally, the Boulder location of craft-your-own-pizza chain PizzaRev at 1650 28th St. also now declares a note stating that the restaurant is “Closed Until Further Notice! Sorry For Inconvenience!” However, the PizzaRev website no longer shows any locations in Colorado. Earlier this summer, the Fort Collins location of PizzaRev across from the CSU campus also closed. That closure was discussed in a Coloradoan story detailing how that city had also lost three pizza restaurants in a short period.

No More City Stacks

Westword reported Friday that Saturday is the last day of business for City Stacks Books & Coffee, an independent book store that contains a coffee bar and opened five years ago at 1743 Wazee Street. The owners announced the closure earlier this month in a Facebook post but did not elaborate on the reasons for it.

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