Brian Gurley behind the counter at the soon-to-open “Two Brothers Take and Bake Pizza” in downtown Riverhead. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
Brian Gurley is hoping the people of eastern Long Island, long-accostumed to the convenience of gooey, piping hot to-go pizzas, will embrace a West Coast approach to takeout.
His venture, Two Brothers Take and Bake Pizza, is expected to open on East Main Street in Riverhead by the end of the month, he said. Unlike a traditional New York pizzeria, the eatery makes fresh, uncooked pies to be cooked at home or frozen for later.
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An Aquebogue gas station was robbed at gunpoint last night, according to Riverhead Police.
Police said a clerk reported that a man — only described as tall — wearing a ski mask and black hooded sweatshirt entered Empire Gas Station on Main Road just after 10 p.m. and forcibly removed cash from him. The clerk said the man cut him across the face with a razor blade during the robbery, and then proceeded to flee on foot.
Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call Riverhead Police at 727-4500, ext. 633.
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Beach Way, a private road in Baiting Hollow. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
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John Rienzo setting up his Divco memorabilia in the display case at Riverhead Free Library, where it is on view during October. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The milk business runs through John Rienzo Jr.’s veins.
After all, the Calverton man’s grandfather was a milkman. So were his grandfather’s two brothers-in-law and his great-uncle.