New Crossroads Pizza gives back to community by lowering pizza prices

The co-owner of New Crossroads Pizza on Main Street, Maria Christopoulou, says the pandemic may be over, but many customers are still having a hard time making ends meet.

Frank Recchia

Mar 8, 2024, 9:57 AM

Updated 43 days ago

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The owners of a Norwalk restaurant say they're giving back to the community by lowering the prices of their pizza.
The co-owner of New Crossroads Pizza on Main Street, Maria Christopoulou, says the pandemic may be over, but many customers are still having a hard time making ends meet.
She says customers who've come in every day for years, or called for free delivery, are now ordering a lot less frequently.
"We are a family business and we understand how the cost of food has become a real challenge for many people in our community, whether this means ordering food from a restaurant or buying groceries -- so we have decided to lower the prices for all of our pizzas so that we can provide some relief to the customers of our community," Christopoulou says.
Christopoulou and her husband are encouraging people to support all small business in Norwalk.


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