The all-you-can-eat pizza buffet on Brooks Street closed earlier this month, marking the second local pizza joint to close in the last three months. (Pizza Pipeline shuttered in November.) I never ate at Freemos, but I drove past it a million times, distracted by the large window displays and the blinking lights of video games inside. I'm sure it was a wonderful place for birthday parties and creating semi-professional football teams
It will be missed.
But much of Freemos can live on.
All of the restaurant equipment and, perhaps more importantly, all those video games are for sale. A full list and photos are available online, but you'll have to call for prices.
I call dibs on the Kick 'N Catch ($200) and Skee-Ball ($200). You can have the corner booth and white pizza plates.