Lord of the Pies, Stop 12

I have news, folks: Blaze East Side is no longer on Hope Street. Instead, they moved a couple miles down the road into Hope Artiste Village and are now Blaze Village Kitchen.

Instead of two dark rooms, they have one giant, airy space.

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And they still line their windows with rows of warm-colored throw pillows. Moonie says they’re quite comfy.

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We decided to sit at the bar last night, as it was a slow Sunday night. The nicest lady in the world was bartending. She kept calling us “babe” and “honey” and “sweetie” until Moonie’s little cheeks matched his hair.

He had a tough time choosing his flatbread. The Lord of the Pies deal was flatbread with marinara sauce, cheese, and your choice of any $1 topping.

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Moonie has been on a Popeye kick lately, so he chose spinach.

Then he had another tough choice to make: a drink. There were lots to choose from. They didn’t have pear cider (the bartender agree that was a shame; she likes it, too), so Moonie went with apple cider, which he said was the perfect drink for a fall New England night.

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He played “horsie” with a little keg on the counter.

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And watched a little football over the pizza oven.

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And swapped some bad jokes with his pal Slothy the Sloth.

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But when his flatbread came, he was down to business, diving into the hot yummy cheesy goodness.

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Dan and Slothy seemed happy with their kimchi flatbread.

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Remember, folks, if you’re looking for Blaze, don’t go to Hope Street. Go to Hope Artiste Village. That’s where you’ll find Moonie, enjoying flatbread and beer.

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