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Domino’s is opening a Hanover location

🚨 Attention, hungry Dartmouth students 🚨: Your pizza delivery times might be getting a little shorter (MIGHT!).

The partners behind the West Lebanon Domino’s franchise have announced they plan to open a pizzeria in Hanover this spring.

Franchise co-owner Robert Keene said the duo’s latest location will open in the same building as the Irving gas station and Circle K, a site that also boasts a Dunkin’ Donuts and is neighbors with a CVS Pharmacy. Talk about one-stop shopping.

Keene said he anticipates the site will be up and running by mid-April.

Everything seems to be coming full circle for the pizza chain, since the owner of the now-shuttered Everything But Anchovies restaurant previously told student newspaper The Dartmouth that the West Lebanon Domino’s played a significant role in the decline of the eatery’s sales.

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One more story on Everything But Anchovies (#RIP)

Complete with the radio jingle for your listening pleasure.

 

Amanda Dowd-DeRoy of Everything But Anchovies loads surplus food and supplies for Willow Grove, a women’s recovery residence, on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, in Hanover, N.H. The pizza shop reached out to local non-profits to donate their leftover food a day after announcing it will be closing its doors for good. (Valley News – Jovelle Tamayo) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.