Sharpsville Pizza Kitchen

Sharpsville Pizza Kitchen

Remember all of the cool stores that Sharpsville use to have. Remember the creeky wooden floor in Lee Supplies.That was an awsome time. I was only 7 in 1972 but i remmember it like it was yesterday! Donna DeJulia questions email me at [email protected]


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Sharpsville Pizza Kitchen

The well-known "Hurley's" (officially named Burke's Dairy)occupied this building in the 1950s and 1960s. On the corner of Main and Walnut streets, it was owned by Dick Hurley and was a popular hangout for teenagers(boys only!).

"Sharpsville Pizza Kitchen" must have been a business that replaced Hurley's. Do you know the year that this photo was taken?


Hurley's was a hangout for me and my friends in the mid-50s. The pinball machines in the back room were a big draw. Do you know how I can contact Donna DeJulia?