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Hot Toppings Pizza Heats Up Houston


Hot Toppings Pizza opened its first location in December at 7705 Westheimer, Houston, Texas.

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Hot Toppings offers a wide selection of toppings for a build your own pizza and salad experience, where most pizzas cook less than three minutes.  With the recent arrival of hot toppings pizzaout-of-state franchises into Houston, Hot Toppings is differentiating itself by being Locally Owned, offering fresher ingredients, providing local craft beer and wine on tap, having a unique selection of hot sauces, and cultivating an engaging atmosphere.  Hot Toppings’ atmosphere is enriched with interior murals by local artists emphasizing the local engagement.  Having recently opened,

Hot Toppings Pizza has already made a difference in its community through local fundraisers and events.  Hot Toppings offers two sizes of pizza and salad with a 10 inch personal pizza priced around $7.  Toppings are unlimited and at no additional charge.  Reviews on social media sites such as Yelp and Facebook are very positive indicating Hot Toppings Pizza is the hot-new-place to go.

 

Hot Toppings Pizza is located at 7705 Westheimer, Houston, Texas

www.HotToppingsPizza.com

www.facebook.com/hottoppingspizza

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