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The Tomato Pizza (Formerly of Denton’s Fry Street) to Reopen in Sanger

In the February issue of the “print product,” I wrote about the much-beloved Tomato pizza place in Denton, and attempts to bring it back to Fry Street, where it had stood as a pillar of the community for more than 20 years before developers came in and razed it and the surrounding buildings a few years ago.

Just heard that there are plans to bring the Tomato back to life in Sanger, a small town north of Denton where Tomato owners Becky and “Ski” Slusarski live. Here’s hoping it’s just the first step in a relaunch, that they’re wildly successful in Sanger, and that they’ll be able to open a second location back on Fry Street when that development finally stands.

3 comments on “The Tomato Pizza (Formerly of Denton’s Fry Street) to Reopen in Sanger

  1. It actually was not razed. It was scheduled to be demolished but burned down before the scheduled date of this project. A small thing and the ends are the same, but important to the time line of it’s life.

  2. The Tomato is scheduled to re-open Friday the 13th, i.e. the anniversary of its close.