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Spinato’s Pizzeria, Phoenix, Arizona — Family Focus

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Spinato’s Pizzeria — family owned and operated for 40 years Meet Ken Spinato, patriarch of his family and president of Phoenix, Arizona-based Spinato’s Pizzeria, which will celebrate its 40th anniversary in November. On opening day of the original Spinato’s Pizzeria in Tempe four decades ago, sales totaled a mere 69 cents. Ken persevered, building aMore »

Bicycle Delivery — On a Roll

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Get in gear with bike delivery With warmer weather in full swing, bicycles could make a smart addition to your pizza delivery fleet. In dense urban areas, delivering pizza on two wheels instead of four can be faster, cheaper and more eco-friendly. Still, operators should also consider safety, maintenance and weather before taking to theMore »

Federal Pizza, Phoenix, Arizona — Federal Building

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Craft pizza and beer meet mid-century at north central Phoenix’s Federal Pizza   Place — its physical environment, setting and surroundings — has inspired this young, flourishing pizzeria in the heart of North Central Phoenix, Arizona. Federal Pizza’s building and its neighborhood are its pulse and they center on its artisan pizza that offers unique,More »

Interact — July 2014

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Coming Soon to pizzatoday.com The One-Minute Operator is a new video series on PizzaToday.com featuring successful pizzeria operators dropping great advice one-minute at a time.     Social Media July Poll Do you offer a gluten-free menu? YES    72% NO    28% Where do you read pizza today? We want to see where you read PizzaMore »

Wine & Dine

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Two decades ago, America was largely intimidated by wine. Snobs drank it. Even worse, they swished it around, spit it into a bucket and then talked about it in unappealing and difficult-to-understand terms like “flinty” or “grassy.” What normal, everyday Joe wanted to drink grass? Since wine was an unknown and perceived as expensive, itMore »

2014 Chains to watch

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These corporate pizza chains are on the grow and making waves. Marco’s Pizza Toledo, OH With its focus on a higher-end look than normally found in delco units and a dedication to serving pizza that isn’t your typical mega-chain quality, Marco’s Pizza has quickly climbed the ranks of our annual Top 100 Companies list. InMore »

Places that Rock: Johnny Jo’s / Napolese / Onlywood / Uncle’s

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Johnny Jo’s Pizzeria 1209 W. 47th St. Kansas City, Missouri 64112 (816) 401-4483 www.facebook.com/johnnyjospizza The stone oven pizzeria is a hidden Westwood neighborhood gem. John Milone Jr. started Johnny Jo’s out of his apartment almost a decade ago. A brick-and-mortar pizzeria become a reality a few years ago. Spray to My they http://earthstonegallery.com/rzl/rx-viagra-toledo/ product coatsMore »

Precinct Pizza — One of Tampa’s Finest

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Precinct Pizza finds perfect pairing of demographics, location There’s a stretch of development on Tampa’s coastline that can only be described as “killer.” Tucked neatly between the cruise ship port and a major sports stadium sits Precinct Pizza. The eight-year-old pizzeria has found the “sweet spot” of the city, and the results are staggering. SalesMore »