Tuesday, August 03, 2010


Yes, there is a new eatery in Kingston. Down on Delaware Avenue in an area still considered "downtown" you'll find the old Pappa Cecelia's Pizzeria has reopened as Poppy's Pizza.
No relation to the former business owner.

The new owner, Craig seems to be doing a decent business. Since they provide much more than pizza so I decided to try the Chicken Parm dinner. It comes with a hefty salad too. For about $10 I left satisfied. Anyone who knows how I eat, knows what a challenge it is to make me happy.

In an economy as tough as this, I say you have to offer a good product to survive. Craig and his staff have an opportunity to stake out a good business at this famous corner. Maintain the quality food, continue service with a smile and keep the family prices and you'll do a good business. I'll be stopping in again.

1 comment:

Margie said...

Poppy's is definitely off to a great start! They are the winners of Kingston Library's second annual Great Kingston Pizza Taste Off. The contest was conducted by teens from Kingston Library's Teen Summer Reading Program on August 9th. Poppy's competed against eight other local pizzerias and narrowly edged out Sami's Pizza, the 2009 winner. Congratulations!

Margie Menard
Director, Kingston library