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Now open: Mulberry Street of Seaford

The new Mulberry Street of Seaford. (2014)

The new Mulberry Street of Seaford. (2014) (Credit: Handout)

Mulberry Street of Seaford is now serving pizzas, pastas and parms in the freestanding building that last hosted Butera’s of Seaford. Owner Christos Paloubis said he has a family affiliation with the longstanding Mulberry Street of Babylon Village, which has a similar menu.

While the new place has a full pizza menu, pies aren’t sold by the slice but, rather, in individual 10-inch or full 18-inch sizes, to take out or eat in the dining room. Among options, a Margherita pie ($6.75 small; $17.95 large) and a square Grandma pie ($11 small; $15.95 large).

On the dinner menu: Baked clams ($8.95), Gorgonzola salad ($10.95), seafood lasagna ($20.95), chicken Parmigiana ($19.95), penne alla vodka with shrimp and chicken ($21.95) and grilled salmon ($24.95).

Mulberry Street of Seaford is at 3930 Sunrise Hwy., Seaford, 516-795-1929, mulberrystreetseaford.com

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