Push for Pizza

Push for Pizza

Push for Pizza, a new food delivery service, is getting tons of buzz for its app that allows users to order a pizza with the press of a button. How does it work? Push for Pizza has partnered with other food delivery services that select one of its pizzerias at random to process the orderMore »

One-Minute Operator EP3 — Ann Kim, Pizzeria Lola

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How does your menu change seasonally?   Ann Kim, owner of Minnesota-based Pizzeria Lola, the 2014 Pizza Today Independent Pizzeria of the Year,  answers this One-Minute Operator question. The One-Minute Operator is a video series on PizzaToday.com featuring successful pizzeria operators dropping great advice one minute at a time. For more episodes, visit One-Minute Operator.

Neighborhood pizzeria receives sandwich recognition

CANAL WINCHESTER, OH – Kingy’s Pizza Pub, a local neighborhood restaurant located in Canal Winchester, OH, was recently recognized in Restaurant Hospitality’s 2014 Best Sandwiches in America contest. Kingy’s received an honorable mention for its signature Reu-Bert sandwich in the deli category of the Best Sandwiches in America contest. Every year, Restaurant Hospitality editors receiveMore »

Places that Rock: Katie’s / East Side Pies / 4th St. / Rocco’s

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Katie’s Pizza & Pasta 9568 Manchester Rd. Rock Hill, Missouri 63119 (314) 942-6555 katiespizzaandpasta.com Katie’s showcases its uniqueness in expertly crafted videos, including how-to guides with owner Katie Lee. The wood-fired pizzeria makes much of its menu from scatch, including dough, sauces, dressings and artisan pastas of varying shapes and colors. The restaurant has anMore »

Quick Tips July 30, 2014

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Industry Headlines for July 30, 2014   Pizza Today announces 2014 Independent of the Year   When the August issue of Pizza Today hits next week, readers will notice the first female Independent of the Year gracing the cover. Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Pizzeria Lola is the 2014 honoree. “I really enjoyed spending time with Pizzeria LolaMore »

Could customers’ smart phones be driving slow service?

WHY SHOULD A PIZZERIA LAUNCH A SMART PHONE MOBILE APP?

Recently a New York City restaurant raised the question when management noticed an increase in negative customer reviews focused on slow service. The restaurant points the blame at patrons’ smart phones. Management at the restaurant poured over dining room security footage from 2004 and this year. Their findings concluded that table times increased from justMore »