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Five Points Pizza: For Friends -- or Our Mutual Friend -- Only

Eden Myles prides himself on his punk, no-hype attitude. He thinks Denver is getting too soft, which is why he injects a bit of punk into it when he can. His new venture making pizzas is a reflection of this attitude and his desire for simple, affordable, quality, Denver-esque food.

Myles, a bagel maker and owner of Black Sheep Bagel and Bialy who challenged Rosenberg's Bagels & Delicatessen in August for trying to be too "New York style," has been making pizzas as a side venture under the business name Five Points Pizza for about six months.

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Kristin Pazulski has been a renaissance faire wench, a reporter, an espresso-shot slinger, an editor of a newspaper for the homeless and a grant writer. She's now a freelance writer covering Denver's restaurant scene.
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