Pie Five Pizza restaurants across the country are inviting active-duty, reserve, and retired service members to enjoy a free pie on Veterans Day, November 11. Simply show a valid government or military ID to receive a customized pizza.
Pie Five Pizza’s chef Andy Wittman says he never knows what he’s going to find when he ventures out into his garden.
A month or so ago, he found a pig. After shooing it away, Wittman had a vision—and it smelled a lot like bacon.
That’s how Pie Five’s newest limited-time specialty pizza, the Pig in the Garden, was born.
The pizza is made with roasted mushrooms, a red and green pepper medley, onions, pesto alfredo sauce, and bacon. The Pig in the Garden will be available at Pie Five Pizza locations from October 28 through December 8.
Last year, John Gilleland and his partners were the first franchisees to sign on with the Pie Five Pizza chain. Since then, the Dallas-based company contracted to open more than 100 additional franchise units in 10 states, with more on the way.
Gilleland opened his first restaurant in Holladay’s Canyon Slope Square in Utah in April.
On Monday, October 21, Gilleland will open his second Pie Five in the greater Salt Lake City area, in the Quarry Bend Shopping Center in Sandy, Utah.
Every autumn, Pie Five Pizza’s chef Andy Wittman says he ventures into a nearby pumpkin patch to await the arrival of the Great Pumpkin from the Peanuts comic strip. This year, Andy’s quest provided inspiration for Pie Five’s Pumpkin Patch Pie.
The blend of pumpkin, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove will be available at Pie Five Pizza from October 14 to December 1.
Pie Five Pizza, a subsidiary of Pizza Inn Holdings Inc., will invite furloughed federal government employees with a valid ID to come in for one free pizza at their local Pie Five from October 11 through October 13. The fast-casual chain is calling on the government to be, as they say, “pie-partisan.”
In addition, Pie Five invites members of Congress to come in and pay double, adding that goes for the president, too.
Confucius once said, “Every restaurant’s destiny is pre-ordained by three virtues: location, location, location.”
We found that on the Internet, so it must be true. But in any event, we’re pretty sure there’s wisdom in those words.
Today, Pie Five Pizza announced that it will begin a major expansion of company-owned restaurants throughout the Houston area, with its first location slated for an early 2014 debut.
All Rick and Elise Wetzel wanted was to have some pizza for lunch.
It started innocently enough, with a single restaurant in Fort Worth opening in 2011. Then came a second, and a third…
Apparently the Metroplex can’t get enough of Pie Five Pizza, so the rapidly growing concept will bring its 12th DFW-area restaurant to 2645 East Southlake Blvd in Southlake, near Dragon Stadium, on Monday, September 16, at 11:00 a.m.
Pie Five Pizza Co., a subsidiary of Pizza Inn Holdings, announced that it has awarded 10 franchise units to Lonnie and Connie Young and Curt and Carrie Currell, who will bring the concept to the greater Louisville (including the five Indiana border counties) and Lexington, Kentucky, markets.
The restaurateurs previously owned and operated a dozen McAlister’s Deli locations in Kentucky, Indiana, and North Carolina.