WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington has a new pizza place.
Earlier this month, the Board of Selectmen granted a Common Victualer License to Pizza Days, located at 206 Ballardvale Street, Unit 4, in the old Sweet Pizza location, near Target.
Hakki Dengizli, a former Wilmington resident, has brought the chain to town. He also owns locations in Allston, Burlington, Medford and Revere.
The restaurant, which recently had a soft opening, will be open from 10am to 10pm everyday.
“Hopefully after COVID-19, we’ll start to get more business,” Dengizli told Selectmen.
“We appreciate you opening up under difficult circumstances,” responded Selectman Jonathan Eaton.
“I’ve been to one of your other locations in Burlington. It was very good. I’m looking forward to it coming to Wilmington,” added Selectman Kevin Caira.
“Thank you for choosing Wilmington to conduct your business. We wish you well,” said Selectman Greg Bendel.
Selectmen unanimously approved Dengizli’s request for a common victualer license, following the recommendations of the town’s Health Director and Building Inspector. The license allows Dengizli to now have indoor seating.
The restaurant’s website — including online menu and online ordering — can be found HERE.
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