Allston vegan pizza place goes out of business

Boston Restaurant Talk reports the owners of Peace o' Pie are trying for new digs somewhere nearby, maybe Brookline.

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      Ugh...please keep that place

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      Ugh...please keep that place out of Brookline. I've tasted Styrofoam with more flavor than their 'pizza.'

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      just as well

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      The pizza was pretty bad and it was expensive. I don't live near there anymore but I think they should put in something serving Indian food.

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      I liked their pizza

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      but the prices were pretty steep. Always sad to see a successful, well-liked small business close up shop, though.

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      Sounds about right

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      Yeah, I was actually pleasantly surprised by the pizza, which was way, way better than the pizza that TJ's served before. But here's the thing: I went there all of once. That place is basically right across the street from me, and I went there just once. Just too expensive. I recall it being nearly $5 for a slice, and that just ain't cuttin' it. I will be intensely curious to see what goes into this space though. Hopefully it stays food-oriented and doesn't end up as another hair and/or nail place.

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      Maybe that corner of Allston

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      Maybe that corner of Allston will finally get a decent coffee shop. There are already tons of restaurants and stuff around there but nowhere closer than packards corner to get a good espresso.

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      Packards Corner?

      #1: You don't like Refuge?

      #2: Where at Packards Corner is there a coffee shop with good espresso?

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