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Free pizza every week for a year?!

And now for something a little bit different …

Liberty Hall Pizza, located inside the Canal House Studios at 243 North Union Street in Lambertville, is both marking a milestone and staging an unusual contest: If you are the person who orders the 100,000th pizza made at the authentic wood-fired pizza restaurant, you will win your choice of a party for 30 or a pizza pie every week for a year.

What’s up? Well, it’s approaching Liberty Hall’s third anniversary and, according to owner/pizzaiolo Chris Bryan, approaching the baking of its 100,000th pizza pie in their Valorani brick oven.

It’s hard to believe we’ve sold that many pizzas,” Bryan says. “That’s a lot of dough, marinara and mozzarella di bufala.”

Frankly, Liberty Hall’s accountant should be proud, relieved and thankful for such meticulous record-keeping.

Anyway: Bryan, who obviously is a master at math as well as a fine pizza chef, calculates that the major pie milestone will take place sometime between Tuesday, December 19 and Friday, December 22. So that’s the official contest period.

The person who orders that 100,000th pizza will be the winner of the contest.

Will bells and whistles and maybe even sirens go off at Liberty Hall? Will there be a marimba band playing? Will the Mayor of Naples pop out of a pizza box?

Anything can happen at Liberty Hall, but what will happen is that the person who orders that 100,000th pie will have a choice to make:

* A party for 30 in Liberty Hall’s sidecar of a party room, with unlimited pizza, salad and dessert.

– or –

* A pizza every week for a year—meaning, a total of 52 pies

That’s a fun choice to make, wouldn’t you say?

Liberty Hall opened in late December 2014. In addition to pizza, the BYO serves salads and draught root-beer floats. It’s open Tuesday through Sunday for dinner and also serves lunch on Saturday and Sunday. For more information, visit LibertyHallPizza.com.

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