Uncle Maddio's

Uncle Maddio's Opens Shop in Buckhead, Atlanta

Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint will celebrate the opening of its newest restaurant on Saturday, October 20, by awarding free pizza for a year to the first 100 customers in line at its new location in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood.

The popular “First 100” has become the signature grand opening event for the fast-casual pizza restaurant chain.

During the most recent Uncle Maddio’s openings in Kennesaw and Alpharetta, Georgia, more than 100 fans lined up in advance of the published “doors open” time.

Uncle Maddio’s Holds Contest for Free Pizza for a Year

October is National Pizza Month and Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint is celebrating with a contest to give one lucky customer per location free pizza for a year through a contest on Facebook. The contest encourages Facebook followers to come up with their most creative or favorite pizza topping combination in order to be entered to win free pizza for a year (one pizza for 52 weeks) at the participating Uncle Maddio’s location.

Uncle Maddio's Rolls Out Gluten-Free Kids' Pizza

Pizza brings people together, and with this week’s launch of the gluten-free kid’s size pizza at Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint, more families have the option to dine together and enjoy one of America’s favorite meals.

The fastest-growing fast-casual pizza restaurant is the only restaurant in the nation to offer gluten-free kid’s meal pizzas in addition to its standard 9-inch pie. This is in addition to more than 25 gluten-free toppings.

Uncle Maddio's Launches "Summer Fresh" Menu

In keeping with its "real pizza, real fresh, real fast" promise, Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint this week launches a limited-time offer "Summer Fresh" menu that highlights fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

"We use fresh, locally sourced ingredients all year long," says Matt Andrew, Uncle Maddio's owner and chief pizza maker, "and summer is the time when flavor and variety really explode in local produce. We created a menu that satisfies the summer craving for fresh food and takes advantage of the plethora of locally harvested veggies and fruit--we're bringing the garden to you."

Uncle Maddio's Debuts Take and Bake Pizza

Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint introduces Take and Bake to the Atlanta market. With Take and Bake, customers come in and design their own pizza, take it home, and bake it whenever they are ready.

Take and Bake differs from take-out, as it is made-to-order, but not baked, and the customer bakes it at home. It differs from premade grocery store pizzas in that customers customize their crust, sauce, and toppings.

Uncle Maddio's Saving the Economy, One Job at a Time

While most growing brands get giddy about their sales potential when opening new stores, leaders at Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint are excited about the number of jobs they’re helping to create with the brand’s ongoing growth.

Matt Andrew, founder and chief pizza maker for Uncle Maddio’s, says the company is opening 17 new stores in 2012. With 25 new hires per store, he says, the company will be creating more than 400 new positions next year.

Uncle Maddio's Opens New Stores in Atlanta, Louisville

Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint, a growing pizza fast casual, announced store openings throughout Atlanta and in Louisville, Kentucky. The two-year-old, made-to-orderpizza franchise founded by Matt Andrew, one of five founding members and former president of Moe’s Southwest Grill, is on a path to unparalleled success with 60 units in development and a strategic plan to open another 17 locations before the end of 2012.

Uncle Maddio’s: The Chipotle of Pizza?

The fast-casual segment has been one of the brightest spots for the restaurant industry the last few years, with majors players like Chipotle drawing cash-strapped customers away from casual and fine dining with strong quality but a lower price point.

Now one industry veteran wants to ride the success of the fast-casual industry by introducing it to one America’s biggest food passions: pizza.

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