Liberty Hall Pizza is turning three years old! And, for the third year in a row, owners Chris Bryan and Danny Popkin are celebrating with a customer appreciation night. “It’s a delicious way to say ‘thank you’ to our neighbors, friends and loyal patrons who’ve supported us the past year,” said Bryan. The Neapolitan pizzeria is normally closed on Mondays, but on January 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. Bryan and Popkin will be giving away complimentary Margherita pizzas and tumblers of Victory draught root beer to the first 200 guests who show up. The special will be dine-in only, with no substitutions available. Liberty Hall’s regular menu will not be offered that night.
“2017 was an incredible year for us,” said Bryan. “The restaurant remains one of the top pizzerias in the state; we’ve been involved in several community fundraisers for local schools and sports teams; and our Guest Pizzaiolo Series continues to attract some of the culinary trailblazers in our region and beyond.”
Since opening its doors in December of 2014, the culinary team at Liberty Hall Pizza has baked more than 100,000 pizzas and assembled 50,000 salads. Some other notable stats to chew on: the business used nearly 60,000 pounds of flour, 2,800 gallons of tomato sauce and more than 12 tons of fresh mozzarella and mozzarella di Bufala.
Liberty Hall Pizza is located inside the Canal Studios Complex at 243 North Union Street in Lambertville, New Jersey.