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Parry’s Pizzeria to open in SouthGlenn

Parry’s Pizzeria & Bar will open its ninth Colorado location April 30 at 2154 E. Commons Ave., Suite 300, at the Streets at SouthGlenn in Centennial.

Beyond its menu of pizza, calzones and other New York-inspired food, Parry’s will feature a full bar and craft beer menu, with 100 taps. The first 100 guests April 30 will receive a free lunch special.

“Every new store opening comes laden with excitement,” Keniey Sonley, director of marketing at Parry’s, said in a news release. “When the doors final open to the public, our goal becomes clear once we begin meeting our neighbors and new customers. We want to become part of their family as much as they have become part of ours.”

A grand opening celebration is planned from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. May 5, with 9-cent beers, specialty tastings, a face painter, a pie-eating contest, a dough juggling contest, live music from Kenny Lee Young and more. Go to https://parryspizza.com/southglenn-shebang/ for tapping schedule and more information.

Digital bridal showroom at Aspen Grove

A collaborative commerce destination for millennial bries has opened its first Denver-area-based boutique. Weddington Way, known for its virtual showroom that enables brides and their party to shop for bridesmaid dresses regardless of location, is in the Banana Republic in Aspen Grove, 7301 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton.

Any dress in the shop can be simultaneously added to the customer’s virtual showroom, with notes on fit, color, etc., and shoppers can work with stylists, take home free bridesmaid swatches and browse a range of accessories and gifts.

Learn more at www.weddingtonway.com/

Restoration company recognized

Legacy Restoration, based in Centennial, was presented with the 2018 Spirit Award at the Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Conference.

The award is given to a platinum preferred contractor that has taken action consistent with Owens Corning’s values — integrity, respect, accountability, fun, sharing, candor and innovation — and extended that action into the communities in which they live.

The award reflects Legacy’s continued focus on having a positive impact in the lives of its employees, customers and community, the company said in a news release. Legacy’s mission is to “restore,” and helping others build and sustain their legacy has been a centerpiece of Legacy since day one.

Legacy founded an international charity, joined Habitat for Humanity and Volunteers of America as national charitable partner, adopted local charitable organizations and provided a new roof to one to three organizations or individuals each year.

Some highlights of 2017 include gifting families through A.C.T.S. of Denver, donating 25 bikes to JT’s Biles for Kids, providing a new roof to a widow of a veteran over Thanksgiving, adopting families for Christmas through the Volunteers of America, making blankets for foster children, packing meals at Feed My Starving Children, and sponsoring a number of fundraising events.

For more information, go to legacyrestorationllc.com.


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