Boombozz Pizza & Taphouse, Louisville, KY — Tapped in

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Boombozz Pizza & Taphouse hits sweet spot with ’za, craft beer In this industry, we’ve seen plenty of great concepts come and go. The ones with staying power seem to fill several niches –– pizza, sure, but also family dining and the bottom line-boosting bar business. That’s what Tony Palombino has found with Louisville, Kentucky-based BoombozzMore »

Coals Artisan Pizza, Louisville, KY — Turning coal into gold

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Coals Artisan Pizza introduces coal-fired pizza to Louisville, Kentucky The pizzeria is tucked into a strip mall and flanked by a yoga studio, jewelry store and high-end clothier –– just the place for upscale Coals Artisan Pizza in Louisville, Kentucky. Restaurateur Mark Peters knew exactly what he was looking for when he left food manufacturing forMore »

Pizza Hut trots out ‘Thoroughbread Sticks’ in honor of Kentucky Derby

PLANO, TEXAS (April 30, 2014) – The first Saturday in May in the state of Kentucky brings with it many iconic traditions: roses, fancy hats, mint juleps and an unparalleled gathering of luminaries cheering on the best thoroughbred race horses in the world. Pizza Hut announced today that it is adding a new item toMore »

Hunt Brothers Pizza to serve as primary sponsor of Kevin Harvick In NASCAR Sprint Cup Series All-Star Race

NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Hunt Brothers Pizza will be the primary sponsor for Kevin Harvick and the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) Chevrolet SS for the 30(th) running of the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race May 17 at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway. “This is our first primary sponsorship with our new racing partner,More »

Domino’s Pizza launches new iPad ordering app

ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 28, 2014 – Domino’s Pizza is taking the next step in technology innovation. The he recognized world leader in pizza delivery announced the release of its ordering app for iPad which will put pizza at the center of everything –– including updated, mouthwatering food photography and a newly created, more realisticMore »

Pie Five Pizza be jammin’ with New Jerk Chicken Pie

DALLAS, April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Perfecting a flavor as bold as Jamaican jerk is something Pie Five Pizza Chef Andy Wittman didn’t take lightly.  The pizza trailblazer set out to capture the authentic taste of the Caribbean, and his latest culinary marvel proves he’s still at the top of his game. Pie Five’s newMore »

Throwback Thursday: The Magnificent Onion in March 1993

Mandy Detwiler

Here in the Pizza Today office, it can be a little difficult to come to a consensus when ordering pizza. I dislike mushrooms greatly, Art Director Josh Keown would rather not have olives and Editor Jeremy White wouldn’t touch an onion with a 10-foot-pole. (In fact, he’s so good at picking them out of hisMore »

Throwback Thursday: Pizza delivery by air in April 1993

Mandy Detwiler

Our April 1993 issue was devoted to delivery, which may or may compromise a large part of your own business. In that issue, rocket scientist (really!), skydiver, video producer and professional stunt man Joe Jennings decided he wanted to add pizza delivery to his repertoire of advertising avenues. Jennings, the son of an Imo’s PizzaMore »

Throwback Thursday: Pizza Today visits … Greenland?

Mandy Detwiler

In February 1993, this memorable cover featured our  Gerry & Kaye Durnell (left) with a team of pizzaiolos making one heckuva delivery … to Greenland. The Durnells were attempting to make one of the longest pizza deliveries ever –– and they documented their journey from start to finish. The campaign, dubbed “A Slice of Home,”More »