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Good pizza served up at new location

Melissa Topey • Mar 22, 2013 at 3:42 PM

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Cory Beach and his family, along with co-owner John Weisflock, have re-opened the pizzeria at 1109 Warren St., the old All-Ways Pizza location.

“This is a more dine-in location,” Beach said. “I liked it and it was nicer than our Venice Road location.”

All-Ways Pizza has been at the Warren Street location for decades under two different owners, Weisflock said.

Weisflock had been a loyal customer at Venice Road Beach’s Pizza, and he helped the Beach family find the new digs. He knew the former shop had closed, but the property wasn’t in any sales listings. 

After approaching the owners of the Warren Street facility, Weisflock and Beach landed a two-year deal to rent the location, with an option to purchase.

“We can see how we are going to do here,” Beach said.

Part of the reason for the move: Beach’s Pizza was having frequent electrical problems at the old building.

For his part, Weisflock loved the food and he saw firsthand how hard the Beach family worked. He soon became a part of the business.

Beach’s Pizza & Pub will match competitors’ coupons. The pizzeria will also offer delivery on orders of more than $10.

The food is still the same, using tried-and-true recipes created by the Beach family.

“We load our pizza up. You get a good quality pizza here,” Beach said.

They offer a vegetarian pizza with spinach, mushrooms and feta cheese. One of the more unique offerings is a mac and cheese pizza, with pieces of hot dogs stuffed in the crust.

Beach’s also offers gluten-free pastas.

Said Weisflock: “Food is better at the Beach.”

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