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The Yard District Prepares For Pizzapalooza

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NEWPORT NEWS—Pizzapalooza, sponsored by Ironclad Distillery and Coastal Fermentory, will take place in the parking lot between the two 23rd Street locations on Saturday, June 25 from noon to 6pm.

Participating vendors include Pizza Bella Vista, Benny’s Pizza, Bodacious Pizza, Flame & Pie, and Sour Street. The event will also feature AR’s Hot Southern Honey.

“We all know that pizza, beer, and bourbon make the world go ‘round,” said Kara King, creative director at Ironclad. “Get your tickets to take the ultimate spin.”

Tickets are required and will be available at the event. They can also be purchased online. The $40 fee will get participants one slice of pizza from each vendor, and a beer from Coastal Fermentory or a bourbon cocktail from Ironclad Distillery. Ala carte pizza will be available for purchase for those who want to take a tasty memory home with them for later.

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