Flippin’ Pizza signed a five-unit expansion deal for California. The deal was signed with Triboro Pizza Incorporated, the brand’s new multiunit franchisee that has been in the restaurant industry for over 20 years and owned successful businesses in Long Beach, Los Alamitos, and Newport Beach, California.
Flippin’ Pizza, the hand-tossed, fast casual pizza franchise, currently with 15 restaurants in the U.S., has continued its international expansion with a Master Franchise agreement for over 25 locations, across various countries in the Middle East. Magnolia Middle East Group (MMEG), a leading food and beverage operator in the GCC and Middle East region, has opened doors to its first UAE branch of Flippin’ Pizza, on Thursday (November 21, 2013) at the China Court of the Ibn Battuta Mall.
Flippin’ Pizza continues its international expansion with a master franchise agreement for over 25 locations, across various countries in the Middle East. Magnolia Middle East Group (MMEG), a food and beverage operator in the Middle East region, opened doors to its first United Arab Emirates branch of Flippin’ Pizza, on Thursday, November 21, at the China Court of the Ibn Battuta Mall. Their partner in the Middle East, master franchisee Nael Mustafa of Magnolia Enterprises, has experience with other multiunit franchises including Just Falafel, a local brand, and Elevation Burger.
In a world of novel-length menus and menuboards that fill entire walls, Flippin’ Pizza stands out for the simplicity of its offerings. Customers choose their sauce preference: white or red. There’s only one crust option, and whole pies come in an 18-inch size only. Pizza can be ordered by the slice, and the adventurous eater can get a calzone or a salad. But that’s the extent of it. And that’s the way founder Patrick Farley likes it.