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What happened to Soho Pizza Factory on Staten Island?

italianices | Mar 27, 201201:06 PM     7

Last week I stopped by Soho Pizza Factory, located on Richmond Hill Road on Staten Island, in the hopes of grabbing some slices of their terrific square pizza. But the place appeared to be permanently closed - there was a "For Rent" sign in the window and the interior was completely stripped bare, with the ovens and booths removed.

This is extremely disappointing to me, as Soho Pizza Factory served one of the best square slices in the entire Tri-State Area. Does anyone know what happened? Did they close for good, or perhaps they moved somewhere else?

I haven't been able to find out anything online, but the closure seems to have happened very recently. And as far as I know, their sister establishment, Salvatore of Soho on Hylan Boulevard, is still open.

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