World Cup on the menu

Pizzarama Drive-In staff members including Andrea Kambolli of New London, third from right; owner Iranthi Anastasiou of Waterford, second from right; Kosta Karebbelas, right, and owner Bill Anastasiou, left, react at the restaurant after the United States team misses a scoring attempt during overtime against Belgium in Tuesday's World Cup soccer game. The New London restaurant is celebrating 53 years in business.
Pizzarama Drive-In staff members including Andrea Kambolli of New London, third from right; owner Iranthi Anastasiou of Waterford, second from right; Kosta Karebbelas, right, and owner Bill Anastasiou, left, react at the restaurant after the United States team misses a scoring attempt during overtime against Belgium in Tuesday's World Cup soccer game. The New London restaurant is celebrating 53 years in business. Tim Martin/The Day Buy Photo

Pizzarama Drive-In staff members including Andrea Kambolli of New London, third from right; owner Iranthi Anastasiou of Waterford, second from right; Kosta Karebbelas, right, and owner Bill Anastasiou, left, react at the restaurant after the United States team misses a scoring attempt during overtime against Belgium in Tuesday's World Cup soccer game. The New London restaurant is celebrating 53 years in business.

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