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Tri Pi Pizzeria: New Location, New Owner, Same Late Night Bites

Sydney Stokes
Caution tape covers the storefront of the new and improved Tri Pi Pizzeria.

A well known and loved late night bite is moving to a bigger and better location with opening in a few short weeks.

TriPi Pizzeria, known for their Boom Boom Pizza, was purchased earlier this year by local business owner, Nate Roberts. Roberts also owns The Beverage Station, on Route 11.

The new location is in place of the former Frank’s Pizza Trattoria at 58 E. Main Street, which abruptly closed down earlier this year.

“My son, Alex, goes to college here, his goal was to own a pizza shop one day. So, what a better place than the busiest pizza location in town,” Roberts said. “I bought both buildings and both businesses.”

Roberts completely transformed the new location into a big and airy space. “I wanted to start something new and fresh,” he said. “The previous establishment was not well known for its cleanliness but we are here making it much better. It really is a great location.”

Many renovations throughout the pizzeria were made and almost all of the equipment was replaced besides the pizza oven, which will be moved across the street.  A garage door was added to the front of the building, for patio seating.

“We added this garage door so that when people are out walking at night they see our late night positive atmosphere,” Roberts added. “People are dancing, singing, sitting up on our high counters and I want everyone to see that.”

Not only is Roberts sprucing up the looks of the new location, he also is adding menu items to the original menu.

“At the old location, we did not have fryers so, we will now have a whole new section of our menu,” he stated. “Boom Boom French fries will probably be a great selling point.”

TriPi is also well known for their display of Greek Life paddles, which will be moving across the street with them and adding more. Not many business changes are being made for the legacy of TriPi and their customers.

“There is a possibility at some point we may maintain a BYOB license and pair up with a distributor,” Roberts said. “But, a liquor license is a no.”

When the doors officially open, T-Shirts will be sold inside to help promote the new location.

Roberts also completely gutted and renovated the other three floors of the building and has plans on turning them into high end rental apartments.

“It has been such a fun experiment so far,” Roberts added. “I can’t wait to officially open up on this side of the street.”


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