Pizza News

Jet’s Pizza Flying High After Opening 400th Store

Owned by Bryan Gilbert and Dan O’Donohue, the 400th location of Jet’s Pizza opened on July 27 in Chicago’s Jefferson Park neighborhood. Jet’s CEO John Jetts said it “feels like just yesterday” when he was sitting on a milk crate outside his first store and dreaming of expansion. Related: Chicago … More

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Crust-Busters: Papa John’s Goes No-Dough With Papa Bowls

Papa Johns’ loyalty club members will be the first to taste the Papa Bowl, a new crustless pizza, starting August 15. The no-dough menu item is another way Papa Johns is setting itself apart from rivals like Domino’s and Pizza Hut and could boost profit margins, too. Related: Does Little … More

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Domino’s Australia Takes a Bite Out of the Burger Biz

Aussie beef is the star of four new burger-themed pizzas recently unveiled at Domino’s Pizza Australia. “We live in the golden age of delivery,” said one company executive, “and burgers have yet to ketchup.” Related: Report: Domino’s closes all of Its Stores in Italy Is Domino’s Pizza Australia turning into … More

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Why Is This Staten Island Pizzeria Closing After 80 Years?

Nunzio’s Pizzeria, which has been in business in Staten Island since the early days of WWII, will become a cabinet showroom. Currently owned by Robert Whiteaker, the 80-year-old pizza shop was finally laid low by COVID-19 and will serve its last pies on Friday, August 12. Related: Why this Dallas … More

Food & Ingredients

Sarpino’s Deep-Dish Pizza Is for Vegans and Meat Eaters Alike

With an eye towards innovation and setting trends, Sarpino’s has introduced a Chicago-style deep-dish pizza, including a vegan option with plant-based cheese, pepperoni and sausage. Sarpino’s Rebecca Kroupa said the big challenge in developing the vegan deep-dish pizza was nailing the “ratio of dough to sauce to cheese.” Related: Learn … More

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Why This Dallas Pizzeria Adds a Service Fee to Every Order

Previously known for offering 24-7 pizza delivery in Dallas, Old Hag’s Pizza and Pasta has cut back its hours while adopting an 18% service fee to cover higher wages. Co-owner Michael Lindsey named the pizzeria in honor of his mother, who “insisted” on the unusual moniker based on her nickname. … More