Neighborhood Joint 

Dry River Company brings tasty pizzas and all sorts of other goodies to the eastside

Dry River Company's Neapolitan-style pizzas help make this a fine eastside joint.

Frankie Brun

Dry River Company's Neapolitan-style pizzas help make this a fine eastside joint.

Friends on the eastside bend my ear about the dearth of good restaurants in that part of town; they complain that there are numerous chain joints, but not a lot of local joints. Well, eastsiders, listen up! There's now a small, cozy…

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