(PHOENIX, AZ) May 1, 2014 – Barro’s Pizza, recently opened a new location in Scottsdale and will open another shortly in Glendale. This will be 35 locations total for the family owned and locally operated pizza restaurant.
Earlier in March, Barro’s opened its 34th location on Frank Lloyd Wright and Thompson Peak Parkway in Scottsdale. The second location is set to open in early May and will be the 35th pizza restaurant in Arizona for the Barro Family. The 35th location will be located at 59th Avenue and Thunderbird Road in Glendale.
The new locations will continue to hold a family atmosphere with television for sport game viewing and plenty of space for birthday and little league parties.
“We are excited to expand into the North Scottsdale and West Valley areas. Thanks to all of our customers for supporting us over the last 30 plus years and to our employees for helping us keep our family vision of great pizza,” said Mike Barro, co-owner of Barro’s Pizza.
The new locations will be open Sunday through Thursday 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. On Friday and Saturday the stores will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. The restaurants will remain serving the traditional family recipes that Barro’s Pizza customers love, while giving customers of Scottsdale and Glendale a closer place to stop by and eat. Delivery and take-out also available. To learn more about Barro’s Pizza, please visit www.BarrosPizza.com.
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