Forbes columnist calls Tony’s Pizza Napoletana best pizzeria in America

Is  Tony’s Pizza Napoletana the best pizzeria in America? According to a contributing writer for Forbes, that answer is yes. This column took a hard look at the San Francisco eatery owned by 11-time World Pizza Champion and restaurateur Tony Gemignani. The Forbes columnist claims Tony’s ovens, ingredients and expertise set him above the crowd.

Pizza Today wins TABPI TABBIE Awards

Pizza Today has again been awarded a number of editorial and design awards from Trade, Association and Business Publications International (TABPI). The 11th annual TABBIE awards recognize excellence in business-to-business publications from around the globe. This year netted entries from more than 450 print and online companies. Pizza Today was only a handful of publicationsMore »

Pilot orders pizza for stranded passengers

A Frontier Airlines pilot made the news last week for ordering pizza after weather grounded the Denver-bound plane in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Pilot Gerhard Brandner bought Domino’s Pizza for passengers on Flight 719 stuck on his diverted plane after food rations dwindled during the grounding. Passengers tweeted their thanks — and photos — to the pilotMore »

UPDATE — Omaha, Nebraska pizzerias band together to support Pilger tornado victims

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Ordering a large pizza in Omaha, Nebraska yesterday held special meaning and purpose. On June 16, an EF4 tornado devastated the small town of Pilger, Nebraska. Jeff Daley, owner of Ragazzi’s Pizza in Omaha wanted to help. He created the “Pizza of Pilger” fundraiser, enlisting more than 20 pizzerias in Metro Omaha to participate inMore »

And the September issue guest editor-in-chief will be…

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Congratulations to Brian Weavel, owner of Anna’s Pizza & Pasta in Winnebago, IL. Brian has been selected to be Pizza Today‘s guest editor-in-chief for our September 2014 issue. Brian will fly to Louisville next month to oversee the production of the September issue of Pizza Today. He will choose stories, select September’s cover, serve asMore »

The World Cup drives pizza sales

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Yesterday, as the United States set out to battle Germany in the FIFA World Cup, pizza orders flooded restaurants across the country. A GM at a pizzeria here in Louisville reported to Louisville Business First that he equated the match-time sales to an extra month’s sales. Some Washington, D.C. pizzerias actually ran out of product,More »

Russian pizzeria rolls out drone delivery

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DoDo Pizza in Syktyvkarsk, Russia has introduced “DodoCopter,” its helicopter-drone pizza delivery service. Customers go through the normal methods of ordering, according to TheWeek.com. When the drone arrives at the customer’s house, a pizzeria employee calls the customer instructing them to go outside and wait for their pizza to be lowered via cable to them.More »

Hackers demand ransom for Domino’s Pizza customer data

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A group called Rex Mundi has claimed to have hacked into Domino’s Pizza’s European headquarters to steal more than 650,000 passwords of French and Belgium customers. The group is demanding 30,000 euro ($40,000+ U.S.) by 8 p.m. tonight or it will publish the information online. Domino’s Netherlands executive Andre ten Wolde told a Dutch newspaperMore »