In 2020, the pizza business showed it's recession-proof and pandemic-proof, offering hope—and lessons in survival—for other segments of the restaurant industry.
As an independent pizzeria operator, equipping yourself with the right technologies can help you compete with even the largest pizza chains.
Newspapers are struggling to survive, and Facebook throttles organic reach for businesses, but there are still ways to publicize your pizzeria at no cost.
Meanwhile, Nevada's governor has reduced indoor dining capacity from 50 percent to 25 percent in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Winners from Washington and California took home $25,000 in prizes at the international bake-off showcasing Real California Cheeses.
Ever wondered how Al Capone liked his spaghetti? According to his descendants, the famously “untouchable” mobster … More
Founded by Deaf couple Melody and Russ Stein, the groundbreaking pizzeria has a second restaurant in Washington, D.C.
Pizza Bella's location wouldn't work for a drive-through, so the owner hit up another strategy to stay afloat during the pandemic.
Nothing gets a person hungry for pizza like a great Instagram photo. And according to Italy4Real, … More
Scientists are using Instagram photos to develop AI systems that can learn basic pizza-making skills.
Everyone knows the saying, “You eat with your eyes. The U.S. Pizza Team (USPT) proved the … More
Restaurant marketing strategy, design and internal systems will evolve for independents and chains alike in the coming year, says Doug Reifschneider of Chief Outsiders.