February 7, 2013 |

2010 December: Did You Know?

By Pizza Today

2010 December: Did You Know?December 31 — New Year’s Eve — is one of the five busiest sales days of the year for American pizzerias.

Domino’s Pizza reported an 11.7% comps increase for domestic stores in the third quarter of this Year

According to a recent PizzaToday.com poll, 75 percent of pizzeria operators anticipate experiencing a sales increase over the next 12 months.

Delaware has 235 pizzerias
Rubber City Pizza / The Don’s Wood-Fired Pizza / Cicero’s Pizza

Rubber City Pizza
1110 E. Tallmadge Avenue
Akron, Ohio 44310
(330) 633-777

This Ohio pizzeria is locally owned and operated and proud of it! It’s hard to argue with the insanity behind the company’s “Crazy Mondays” –– a medium 13-inch carryout pepperoni pizza is just $4.99. Still, there’s more to the menu besides traditional pies. We love the signature specialty offerings, including the Chicken Teriyaki (grilled chicken, onions, tomatoes and blended cheeses on a teriyaki sauce) and the BLT (bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, blended cheeses and mayonnaise on a garlic butter sauce). Way to think outside the box!

The Dons’ Wood-Fired Pizza
21018 South Bank Street
Sterling, Virginia 20165
(703) 444-4959

When you think of wood-fired pizza, you typically think of those classic, old-school pizzerias that get all the attention in the media. Introducing The Dons’ Wood-Fired Pizza. This D.C.-area pizzeria is getting accolades from local residents and garnering awards for its classic Italian menu. Here, you’ll find classics like the Quattro Formaggi (tomato sauce, mozzarella, The Dons’ fresh mozzarella, Italian fontina, Parmigiano, Romano, fresh basil and olive oil) and the Neapolitan Margherita (tomato sauce, The Dons’ fresh mozz, Parmigiano, Romano, fresh basil and olive oil). We hear the sandwiches are fantastic as well!

Cicero’s Pizza
6138 Bollinger Road
San Jose, California 95129
(408) 777-0690

Cicero’s Pizza had a deep and storied history that began in 1968 in Niagara Falls, New York. When then owner Nunzio Cicero moved to Cupertino, California, he was joined by family and watched the area transition from agricultural to the Silicon Valley. Although Cicero closed shop in 1991 and passed away soon after, his family re-opened the following year in a new location in San Jose. Today, Cicero’s legacy continues with thin and crispy pizza topped with fresh ingredients in a family-friendly atmosphere. Long live Cicero!