D.P. Dough, Open Again in Newark, is Giving Away Free Calzones
Head to the revered eatery on Thursday, Sept. 7, for a complimentary meal.
Delawareans' favorite delivery calzone restaurant, D.P. Dough, has officially returned to Newark. After closing in 2014, the eatery reopened its doors on Aug.18, just in time for the return of University of Delaware students.
On Thursday, Sept. 7, D.P. Dough will be giving away free calzones from 5 to 8 p.m. It’s a great opportunity for new and returning students to get a free meal and check out the refreshed location. (Free calzones are not available for delivery.)
Alex and Nick Seeman, two brothers who graduated from the University of Delaware, manage the Newark site.
D.P. Dough will also be featuring a rotating ‘Zone of the Day’ special for $6. For details, visit its Facebook page.
257 S. Main St., Newark
Hours: Sunday–Tuesday: 4 p.m.–2 a.m.; Wednesday–Saturday: 4 p.m.–3 a.m. Lunch hours will be added on Thursday–Sunday in the near future.