Lure Of Late Night Pepperoni Gets 3 Boston Pizza Places In Trouble

BOSTON (CBS) —  The lure of late night pepperoni pizza got some Boston pizza places in trouble.

At Boston City Hall the licensing board will decide this week whether there should be sanctions against three pizza places that were cited for staying open too late.

Boston Police say on separate occasions, they found University House of Pizza on Huntington Avenue open 90 minutes after its 1 a.m. close time.

Papa John’s on Washington Street stayed open 30 minutes past its 1 a.m. close time and Domino’s on Washington Street is licensed to close at 11 p.m. but police found it open at almost 2 a.m.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Carl Stevens reports

Lure Of Late Night Pepperoni Gets Boston Pizza Places In Trouble

The licensing board said this type of problem isn’t unusual for the city, with a high-concentration of college students.

“Restaurants, bars, it’s something we see across the board from licensees, even fortune tellers,” board chair Nicole Ferrer said.


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