Marco’s Pizza announced the signing of a multi-unit agreement that will bring six new stores to Lubbock by the end of 2023. Multi-unit expansion with existing franchisees continues to play a key role in the overall growth strategy de Marco – moving closer to its goal of becoming the No.Read More →

Most pizza lovers agree: what sets pizzeria pizza apart from homemade pizza is that glorious crispy, cracked crust. This is because commercial pizza ovens cook at temperatures between 700 and 800 degrees. Yeah, well, that’s not the case in most home kitchens. But we can achieve a similar effect usingRead More →

The products and services mentioned below have been selected independently of sales and advertising. However, Simplemost may receive a small commission from the purchase of any product or service through an affiliate link to the retailer’s website. Whether you order in or make your own, pizza night is always aRead More →

When I was first looking to invest in a personal pizza oven, I thought I’d probably end up with something clunky – a device that would mostly live in the storage unit, to be pulled out every now and then for use. occasional. After testing the Stoke pizza oven –Read More →

WHAT: Councilor Ann-Frances Lambert, Richmond City Council, Richmond Northside 3rd Electoral District will hold a meeting for residents of the Richmond Northside 3rd Electoral District. The planned meeting agenda and special guests include: AGENDA/SPECIAL GUESTS Richmond Gun Violence Prevention Plan – Levar M. Stoney, Mayor of Richmond – Collar. GeraldRead More →

Limestone source for Itinerary 7Crimson Mountains Camp for Hot Pizza CampAT miles: 24Total mileage: 1533.3Altitude change: Gain of 5121 feet, loss of 5384 feet As far as track days go, today was busier than most. Not only did I cross another state line, but I also eventually caught up withRead More →

The chef and baker of Oysterhead Pizza Co. has taken over the popular wood-fired restaurant in downtown Damariscotta. After a month-long closure for an ownership transition, chef Nick Krunkkala and baker Caroline Zeller reopened Oysterhead on April 28, adding breakfast and lunch sandwiches to the menu. The restaurant will nowRead More →

Step into The Treehouse on the Stanford University campus and you might see a disc of dough flying through the air and spinning like a basketball on the finger of World Pizza Champions team member Matt Driscoll. Opening his first brick-and-mortar pizzeria is the latest leg of a pizza-making journeyRead More →

A New York pizzeria accused of underpaying workers for years has been ordered to pay nearly a dozen employees “cheated out of their salaries” $175,000, Attorney General Letitia James announced on Friday. At least 10 workers will receive payment after an investigation by James’ office found Gotham Pizza was paidRead More →

Many local businesses have closed in recent years. Another had done the same in the Utica area, the one you may have frequented in the past. They announced their news via Facebook, Rosato’s Pizzeria and Bakery on Champlin Ave in Utica is no longer in operation as of today, AprilRead More →

Lindsay Davis is Head of Markets at Atomic, a payroll connectivity company that enables consumers to unlock the power of their paycheck through user-authorized access to payroll accounts. Atomic’s APIs provide the infrastructure to connect consumers to their financial data for income and employment verification, direct deposit automation, tax withholdingRead More →

Live Oak Elementary School was undergoing extensive construction on campus and to show their appreciation for the school’s cooperation during construction, the Independent Building Inspector surprised students and staff with pizzas for the whole school. Friday, Bill Jameson of Independent Construction Inspection along with Shawn & Alisha Fonder and AminRead More →

Many pizza chains have thrived during COVID-19 shutdowns. With traditional restaurants closed and others charging an arm and a leg for delivery, pizzerias in the United States have seen some of their best numbers thanks to an integrated delivery system already in place. However, this did not turn out toRead More →

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Breaking the hearts of Central Tennessee pizza lovers, Joey’s House of Pizza in Nashville has closed. The Elm Hill Pike family business announced the closure on social media on Sunday with a handwritten note. 📧 Make the breakup come to you: Subscribe to News 2 emailRead More →

SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — They say true friends never let you down, they rather lift you up. The Friendship House of Scranton ensures this every day by raising autism awareness with every pizza order. Pizza by Pappas serves lunch and dinner, and 50% of every sale is donated toRead More →

MINT HILL, NC (QUEEN CITY NEWS) — Another restaurant is closing its doors, after 24 years of serving the community. Pizza Spiga in Mint Hill will open and close for the last time this Sunday, April 10. The owner tells us that his lease has not been renewed. “So weRead More →

Several popular food products have been recalled in France in recent weeks linked to various health risks. Earlier this week chocolate factory Ferrero recalled several of its Kinder products in France and other countries just under two weeks before Easter due to links to salmonella. The French health ministry saidRead More →

Sollena’s Pizza on Delsea Drive in Washington Township is developing a brand new restaurant on the property. The development will effectively be a small, attractive shopping center with space for additional tenants. Sollena and the new development are owned by a Washington Township family, the Castigliones, and they are activelyRead More →

But that’s the thrill of pizza – the way it develops, continually, through digressions, idiosyncrasies, anomalies and adaptations. Thanks to the cross-labor of the people who cook it, day after day. Mr. Joo, who immigrated from South Korea as a teenager, learned to make pizzas at Pizzana, Daniele Uditi’s restaurantRead More →

Ask any Chicagoan worth their salt where to go for a deep dish, and they’ll tell you Pequod’s. (That is, if they don’t try to keep it a secret.) The Lincoln Park restaurant has been making pizza since 1970 and is a local favorite. It’s so popular, in fact, thatRead More →