The Select Board at its meeting Tuesday approved a common victualer’s license for Domino’s Pizza to operate out of 70 Main Street.
The building is the site of the former Old Town Liquors, and there are apartments above the first-floor business.
“It’s always a great opportunity when we have a business relocating in town,” said Town Manager Norman Khumalo.
Khumalo credited Vasudha Dutta (executive assistant to the Town Manager’s Office) and Julia Chun (sustainability, economic development and equity project manager) for their “great effort in attracting this business to town.”
Business owner Celal Fatih Gokdag of Waltham applied for the new license on Nov. 27. He indicated the establishment will operate from 10:30 a.m. to midnight seven days a week on a delivery and carry-out basis.
Gokdag, appearing at Tuesday’s meeting virtually, said he hopes to open by the end of this year or early January.
The board noted that there is very limited parking at the building, although Khumalo pointed out that there are five or six spaces in front of the Police Station next door.
Domino’s will compete with three other pizza shops in close proximity: Bill’s Downtown Pizzeria & Kitchen (14 Main Street), Blue Square Pizza (30 Main Street) and Hillers Pizza (77 West Main Street).