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Former Pizza Parlor of Doom at 1345 Mass Ave in Arlington Heights: Please do not do this again..

grant.cook | Jan 10, 201507:07 AM     3

Noticing there is a Pepsi-sponsored "Coming Soon" sign hanging in from of the former I-Chef, Bills House of Pizza, Pizza Mia, etc pizza parlor in Arlington Heights. There is no indication of what's going in there, but I am posting to ask the new purveyors: PLEASE DO NOT PUT ANOTHER PIZZA PARLOR IN THERE!

I know its tempting because the ovens are already there, but there are 3 other established pizza places within walking distance.. Andrina's down the street is pretty good. The Arlington WF's does a nice pie. You are going to go out of business, like the 3 plus pizza parlors that came before you.

This is like the Matrix, where the machines keep destroying Zion until the One comes along again....except Zion is a metaphor for a failed pizza parlor. I don't believe you are going to be "The One" so please.. don't do it..

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