Pizza Today on the Road: Pizza Delicious, New Orleans, LA

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Pizza Today visits Pizza Delicious in The Bywater District of New Orleans, Louisiana. Owners Greg Autgarten and Michale Friedman talk about the pizzeria’s evolution from pop-up restaurant to a brick-and-mortar shop in the Bywater. Read Pizza Today’s feature on Pizza Delicious.

Pizza Today on the Road: Ancora Pizzeria & Salumeria, New Orleans, LA

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Pizza Today visits Ancora Pizzeria & Salumeria on Feret Street in New Orleans, Louisiana. Co-owner Jeff Talbot talks about Ancora’s menu, pizzas, house-made salumi and cocktails. Read Pizza Today‘s feature on Ancora.

Time-lapse video captures Fratelli Pizza’s six-week remodel

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This winter, Pizza Today toured the renovated Fratelli Pizza in Flagstaff, Arizona. The pizzeria took over an additional 1,000 square feet in its building for a $150,000 remodel. Owners Brent and Pete Schepper caught the entire construction process through a time-lapse video. Watch Fratelli Pizza’s transformation: Don’t forget to check out our Fratelli Pizza featureMore »

Pizza Today on the Road: We Cook Pizza & Pasta, Grand Canyon, AZ

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Punch Pizza featured in State of the Union

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President Barack Obama praised Minnesota-based Punch Pizza for raising its employees’ minimum wage to $10 per hour during last night’s State of the Union address. Punch founder and co-owner John Soranno and pizzaiolo Nick Chute were special guests of First Lady Michelle Obama.