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Two Boots Makes a Comeback in Park Slope After a Year Long Absence

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The shop will be a bit different from its predecessor, but there will still be pies and po' boys.

Phil Hartman of Two Boots
Phil Hartman of Two Boots
Daniel Krieger

Almost exactly a year ago, beloved Cajun-inspired pizzeria Two Boots closed its Park Slope location. Now, the pie shop has returned, taking over the empty Terroir Wine Bar space and reopening in just under three months. The restaurant is already in soft open mode and plans to host an opening party the night before Thanksgiving complete with live music and free pizza.

The new Two Boots is a bit different than its Slope predecessor, which was run by John Touhey, not Phil Hartman who now dons the crown of the Two Boots kingship. Things won't be so different though, Hartman tells DNAinfo. "The old Two Boots in Brooklyn was kind of a cousin, and this new one will be a sibling." Kids visiting the shop will still be able to play with pizza dough, which is likely to keep the local stroller set happy. 284 5th Avenue, Park Slope

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413 East 12th Street, New York, NY 10009

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