February 8, 2013 |

2009 January: Did You Know?

By Pizza Today

2009 January: Did You Know?In a recent Pizza Today Web poll, 30 percent of respondents said they sell 200 or more pizzas on a typical Friday night.
According to the National Restuarant Association, 21 percent of restaurant operators expect to have have higher sales in six months.

Papa John’s sold nearly $400 million worth of food via online ordering last year.
There are 1,512 pizzerias in Missouri
Perard’s Pizza & Italian Cuisine / Datsa Pizza / Cappetto’s Italian Restaurant
Perard’s Pizza & Italian Cuisine
11043-2 Crystal Springs Road
Jacksonville, FL 32221
(904) 378-8131
www.perardspizza.com A friendly staff. Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access. Curbside pickup. Those are just three reasons customers in Jacksonville feel at home at Perard’s Pizza, a neighborhood favorite with a jumbo menu that serves Italian dinners in addition to pizza, soups, salads, sandwiches, stromboli, calzones, wraps … the list goes on and on. It may be a little overwhelming figuring out what to order at first, but the good news is that the menu caters to all tastes. Plus, customers can always take the easy way out and start off with the garlic knots while making their decision — they’re always glad they did!

Datsa Pizza
907 North Pennsylvania Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 423-3940
www.datsapizza.com This place is far from lavish on the inside, but the pizza is inexpensive and filling and comes to the table piping hot. In this economy, it’s difficult for a family to do better than that! Spinach Artichoke Dip served with ciabatta bread is a good place to start no matter where you are, and the pizza is full of flavor thanks to a liberal brushing of garlic butter on the crust. With a downtown location in a major city, close to colleges and hospitals, Datsa Pizza hits its desired demographics right on the spot.

Cappetto’s Italian Restaurant
2285 Trawood Avenue
El Paso, TX 79935
(915) 591-8907
www.cappettos.com Close your eyes and conjure up an image of a traditional Italian-American restaurant in the 1950s. Cappetto’s is that place. Still going strong after opening in 1956, this eatery thrives with pizza, steak, veal and homemade desserts. The sweet tooth in us has a special affection for the Chocolate Walnut Mascarpone Torte: raspberries, mascarpone cream, buttery chocolate cake and walnut praline glaze. What’s not to love?