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New Albany Stories is the perfect place to start your journey as a writer. If you recall playing ball at the old little-leauge diamond south of the high-school where the dugouts were really dug down into the ground, and where the little concession stand sold three cent pixie sticks with swirled paper wrappers. Or if you recall the first time you drove the new 161 bypass and how quickly you went from New Albany to Columbus, you have stories to tell.
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[alert_red]CLOSED SATURDAY NIGHT JANUARY 25 FIVE PM[/alert_red]CLOSED SATURDAY NIGHT JANUARY 25 FIVE PM
After much thought and driving around a bit we have decided to close our restaurants at 5:00 PM for the safety of our employees. Our night shift starts at five, of which most are young high school aged drivers.
Thanks for your understanding and hopefully we will reopen at our usual time on Sunday.
Eagles Pizza New Albany
Great food in a family friendly atmosphere. Eating out isn’t just about great food – it’s about enjoying the experience. Look no further for delicious food served with care by an attentive wait staff that’s here to make your visit as enjoyable as it can be.
Stop by after the game and celebrate a big win!
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 11 AM – 5 PM
Join in all the festivities of the day in this community tradition. The parade begins at 11 AM with the route heading south on Market Street, turning northeast onto Main Street (US 62), turning onto High Street past Eagle’s Pizza, and finishing at the 2-5 building on the school campus, where the festival will occur.
Eagles Pizza will be closed March 31 for Easter Sunday so that our family and employees may celebrate this special day. Thanks for your understanding .
The Keesee Family
All any Super Bowl party needs is a television, chips and dip and pizza, right? Well, don’t start Kaepernicking in victory quite yet.
Eye-catching decor, a unique menu, custom entertainment, wearable favors and fun invitations can make your party stand out from the standard last NFL season hurrah.
According to the USDA, the Super Bowl is the second-largest food consumption holiday of the year behind Thanksgiving and ahead of Christmas Day.