The Howard – “This Halloween – Something Good This Way Comes”!! Village Pizza


This Halloween – Something Good This Way Comes!!

As the sun sets, and the full moon brightly beckons us to bay on this All Hallow’s Eve, the Hobgoblin hamlet of Bloomfield, Connecticut annually transforms into “Boo-field” USA. Each Halloween, town folks seeking a frightfully good place to dine, sink their teeth into the heart warming “tricks and treats” that can only be found at the one and only “Bloomfield” – ahem- I mean “Boo-field Village Pizza situated at 34 Tunxis Avenue.

 

 

Chef Maria Rosu otherwise known as the “Good Pizza Witch of the East” and her staff of Village Pizza will be brewing up not only her famous “Halloween “The Great Pumpkin” Pizzas”, but such incredible edibles including; cauldrons of her bewitching pastas, “spook-etti” and “zombie” meatballs, BBQ “bat-wings”, fried dough “witches’ wands”, monstrous hulking grinders, “yummy mummy wraps”, “devil made-me do it” antipasto, “werewolf”-burgers and the Good Pizza Witches’ freshly made “Transylvania Tiramisu” dessert treats.

According to Chef Maria – aka “The Good Pizza Witch”, “Halloween is a fun time for folks of all ages, we are happily creating a festive autumn dining experience for the entire family. On Halloween, my staff and I at Village Pizza will be serving up spine-chilling specials, “Trick or Treat” activities and so much more”. Throughout the entire Halloween Day, visitors to Village Pizza are cordially invited to insert their hand into the mouth of the “Halloween Jack-O-Lantern of Tricks or Treats” with patrons having the opportunity to win various prizes including Pizzas, Grinders, fried dough, desserts and more. Chef Maria further states, “this Halloween, we are promising an experience you’ll never forget- please stop by for one of our ghostly good pumpkin inspired pizzas, enter our Halloween contest fun, and may all you ghosts and ghoulies have a memorable and – above all else – a safe Halloween”. trick or treat!

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