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Shown in the photo above, front row, from left, helping to cut the ribbon are Terry Miller, Terry Miller Realtor Century 21 Bradley, and Drew Parrett, Arrow Insurance Group, LLC, and both Chamber Ambassadors; Brayden and Laly Bradley, owners, Laly’s Pizzas & Cocktails; Tori Snodderly, Bippus State Bank, and Chamber Ambassador; Phyllis Renz, Huntington County Visitor & Convention Bureau; Mayor Richard Strick and Bob Burnsworth, Coldwell Banker Real Estate Group, and Chamber Ambassador. Back row, from left, Chuck Bradley, father of Brayden Bradley, and Steve Godfroy, Official Insurance Solutions, and Chamber Ambassador. The Chamber congratulates Laly’s Pizzas & Cocktails for their investment in our community.

Laly’s Pizza & Cocktails, 32 W. Washington Street, held its official Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting on Thursday, February 8. The business is located in downtown Huntington in the completely restored building. Laly’s Pizza & Cocktails is owned by Brayden and Jonairys Bradley.

The Bradleys have been in the pizza business for almost three years and own a sister restaurant in Gas City called Gabriella’s Old Time Pizza. Laly’s (pronounced Lolly’s) specializes in delicious pizzas and cocktails with an environment made for photos. They offer take-out, dine-in and reservations.

Their menu offers a variety of pizzas, breadsticks, sandwiches, wings, cocktails and much more. The restaurant also offers photo booths where you can have your photos taken inside the restaurant.

According to the owners, “Laly’s has plans to schedule fun events at the restaurant such as themed trivia nights, seasonal photo booths and more.” They went on to say, “We would love to learn more about Huntington, and ways we can show our love back to the city as the city has shown its love to us.”

Laly’s Pizza & Cocktails can be reached by calling (260) 224-6003 or by visiting their Facebook page here. Take a virtual tour of the restaurant by clicking the Chamber’s Facebook Page.