After giving birth to the future King of England, what did Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge do? Order pizza, of course.
One of the royal couple’s body guard was photographed slipping in the back entrance of St. Mary’s Hospital with two pizzas from Zizzi’s Ristorante. Which toppings they selected are still being debated, but many outlets have pointed to Zizzi’s spicy Rustica Piccante with spice n’duja sausage, pepperoni, salami, roquito chilli, mushroom, mozzarella, rocket and mascarpone. To read more and check out the photos, click here.
With all of this media exposure, how much of an increase in sales do you think Zizzi’s will see?
More importantly, how do you handle such a volume increase? Pi Pizzeria in St. Louis, Missouri experienced a huge spike in sales after President Obama deemed its deep-dish a favorite. Check out the story below.
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