Papa John’s Brings Back the Double Cheeseburger Pizza

The chain will also offer a Double Cheeseburger version of its new signature item, the Papadia.

Papa John’s says it’s bringing back its Double Cheeseburger Pizza this fall due to popular demand, both in standard pizza form and as a variation of its signature menu item, the Papadia.

The pizza, which debuted at Papa John’s in 2015, will sell for $12, while the Double Cheeseburger Papadia will go for $6. Both feature seasoned beef, cheese, pickles and a signature burger sauce.

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Members of the chain’s Papa Rewards program will get an exclusive first taste of the items through October 25. They will become available to the wider public on October 26 through December 27.

Papa John’s said the Double Cheeseburger Papadia, a flatbread-style sandwich, is the chain’s “meatiest Papadia to date, designed to highlight the flavors loved from the burger-eating experience.”

“The new Double Cheeseburger Papadia tastes like a cheeseburger wrapped in Papa John’s signature pizza dough,” said Tom Smith, Papa John’s director of culinary innovation. “We’re confident that we can satisfy even the most discerning cheeseburger lover.”

Domino’s unveiled its own cheeseburger pizza in August, along with a new chicken taco pizza. Both brand-new items were designed with delivery in mind and sell for $11.99.