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Free Pizza in Greenwich to Benefit Kids in Crisis

3 May
Steven Fox and Pizza Truck

Steven Fox (right), owner of Steven Fox Jewelry, will be hosting the New Haven Pizza Truck in front of his store this Saturday. Photo from Kids in Crisis.

Free pizza? Free pizza! Yes, it’s true! Just stop by Steven Fox Jewelry at 8 Lewis Street from 11-4 on May 7 for free pizza. Oh, but not any pizza: we’re talking about New Haven Pizza Truck. While you take a seat and enjoy some slices courtesy of Steven Fox Jewelry, you can learn about Kids in Crisis, an organization that we care deeply about. If you remember from a previous post from us, they had almost a million dollars cut from their budget. Then, if you’d like to, you can donate money to their organization to help them fill in the funding gap that is left.  Continue reading

Wrap up your own free pizza @ Colony Grill today

14 Dec
Plain cheese, hot oil, stinger = nom nom at Colony Grill

This could be yours, all yours.

Free pizza? Oh yes. All you need to do is bring an unwrapped toy to any Colony Grill today (12/14) from 2-5. The only rule is that you need to sit down, relax, and eat it there. ;) Continue reading

Colony Grill Offering Free Pizza and Gift Card Deals

19 Dec

Colony Grill Season's Greetings

Colony Grill would like to thank you for your ravenous support this year and every year with a special Christmas Customer Appreciation event.  This is all you have to do:  stop by Colony Grill in Fairfield, Milford, or Stamford on 12/23 from 2-5 and dine-in pizzas are free.  Free?  Free!

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Colony Grill of Stamford and Fairfield Offering Free Pizzas to Veterans on 11/12

9 Nov

“Freedom is never free.” -Author Unknown

If you’ve been to Colony Grill, you can see by the photos on their walls how much they care about veterans and those who serve the public.  On 11/12, any United States Armed Services veteran who comes into their Stamford or Fairfield locations will receive a free pizza.  To get their free pie, vets should present a valid military photo ID.  You’ll need to eat the pizza at Colony Grill (no takeout deal), from 11:30 am to 11 pm.

Sausage, hot oil, stingers, cherry peppers, and onions at Colony Grill

In return, Colony Grill would love to get your military photos so they can be put up on display.  According to their FB post, Colony Grill has about 1,000 photos of veterans on their walls already.  The photos can be black and white or color.  The best size is 8×10 or 8.5×11.  Colony Grill will frame the pictures, so all you need to do is bring the picture.

This is a great way to honor veterans and to remember the veterans in your life who gave so much.  Even if you aren’t a veteran, think about stopping by Colony Grill on Monday to help support a restaurant that loves to give back to the community and those who sacrificed so much.

-Dan and Kristien

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