July 28, 2015 |

Hometown Pizza introduces the Sweet Sriracha Pizza


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Hometown Pizza is excited to announce the Sweet Sriracha Pizza, available August 14 through October 31 this year.

This new flavor combination of bold Sriracha Sausage and sweet Peppadew Peppers is sure to excite taste buds. This is the first time these unique flavors have united in the Bluegrass, providing guests with an entirely new experience in pizza toppings. Enjoy it on Traditional Thin or Authentic Thick Crust, with our signature pizza sauce and real mozzarella cheese.

The Sweet Sriracha is available for a special price of $14 dollars when ordered online for carry-out at hometownpizza.com. This offer is not valid with other offers.

We invite you to visit our newest location at 6121 Bardstown Road in Fern Creek, or one of our other sixteen established locations throughout Kentucky, to try this delicious new endeavor.

Hometown Pizza is a locally-owned company that began in LaGrange, Ky. In 1982.

Connect via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with ‘MyHometownPizza’ for more information.

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