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From the Peace Corps to pizza, that was the pivot Conor Cudahy made during the pandemic and followed his passion. Conor is the founder of Lala’s Neopolitan-ish Pizza, first as a mobile, pop-up pizza food truck to his first brick and mortar establishment.
“It was really just a hobby for me at the beginning…it never seemed like…a stable way to make a living. I think the pandemic really just showed everyone that there really is no stability in anything anymore. So why not follow your passion and do something that really makes you excited?’”
You can find Conor, and Lala’s Neopolitan-ish Pizza online at lalasneapolitan-ishpizza.com, at Time Out Market in Boston in the Back Bay neighborhood of The Fenway and on Instagram at @lalas_pizza.
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