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Legacy of Bowling Green’s Myles’ Pizza Pub lives on at Half Time Pizza

In 2016 – after 39 years of feeding hungry college kids, townies and visitors – Myles’ Pizza Pub on Wooster Street in Bowling Green closed its doors.
But that wasn’t the end of the line for the famously loaded with toppings pizza.

After Chip Myles closed the doors to the iconic parlor, a former long-time employee took up the pizza cutter once again to bring the (slightly modified) recipe back to a new generation – not in Bowling Green but a little farther north.

Abraham Valle is the owner of Half Time Pizza on W. Bancroft St. east of Toledo in Sylvania.

Valle started making pizza when he worked for Myles Pizza in the early 90s.

He never really looked back.

MORE: https://www.wtol.com/article/life/food/half-time-pizza-continues-the-legacy-of-old-school-bg-hangout/512-5a6d747f-2acf-49ad-ae49-b44b1f91d0d6

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