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Church Street spot marks a successful decade

Describing why they think their restaurant, Southwind Pizza, has been such a successful adventure, owners Ned and Dia Lawless jointly agree. "We are relaxed and have a sort of home atmosphere. We think of it as a community place where people can gather, feel comfortable and connect with each other. We cater to family dining. We think of it as a family friendly place where you can always get good food."

Now celebrating the restaurant’s 10th anniversary, the Lawlesses really feel that their customers are their friends.

They treat their friends to the best. They use only "fresh chemical-free whole foods, that’s important to us," and fresh seafood "that’s in season, not frozen. Everything is made from scratch." No pre-made or prepared mixes can be found on the kitchen shelves or in the pantry. They are so aware of the environment that Ned and Dia have found an outlet for scraps such as skin peelings, leaves, etc. "They go to a comp...

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