Sports fans, listen up.
If you are looking for a great sports bar to watch Sunday afternoon football, you might want to check out the Nifty Fifty at 7710 Buffalo Ave., in Niagara Falls, where besides football and your favorite beverage, you will be able to enjoy a lost treasure, Pizza Junction pizza, for free.
That’s right, that culinary delight pizza made by the chef of Pizza Junction will be offered free of charge on Sunday courtesy of Nifty Fifty.
The free pizza will be prepared under the care of Ryan Fleckenstein, who used to be general manager and chef at Pizza Junction on Erie Ave. in North Tonawanda, one of four Junction establishments that used to be among the most popular pizza spots in the area, with Fleckenstein featured on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-in and Dives.
“Our pizzas were tagged as “Pizzalicious,” said Fleckenstein, referring to the name the show apparently used to describe the best pizzas around. Pizza Junction was “Pizzalicious,” and according to Fleckenstein, it still is.
“I guarantee that football fans that come to the Nifty Fifty looking for great pizza and other food, they won’t be disappointed,” said Fleckenstein, already excited about Sunday football and the food he plans to be serving during the games, including the free Junction-style pizza and of course wings and other great football-watching food.
“We want folks to check out the Nifty Fifty and see what we have to offer,” said Fleckenstein. "We have plenty of televisions, lots of great food, and a great atmosphere.