Industry News | June 21, 2012

MOD Pizza Opens at Newly Renovated Seattle Center

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MOD Pizza has officially opened its sixth Seattle-area location at the newly renovated Seattle Center Armory/Center House on Friday, June 15. The ribbon cutting ceremony included Seattle Center officials and MOD executives and advisors.

In addition, MOD announced it will open two new stores by the end of summer. The new locations will be in downtown Redmond and in the heart of Sammamish, Washington.
MOD Pizza’s 1,500-square-foot space along the south wall of the newly renovated Armory features MOD’s signature 800 degree display oven, seating for 50, and a 350 square foot patio that opens to the new Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibit and views of the Space Needle.

Along with its made-on-demand thin crust, artisan-style pizzas, MOD will be offering a selection of Northwest draft beer and wine. 

“As a Seattle-based company, we are thrilled to be a part of the revitalization of the iconic Seattle Center,” says co-founder Ally Svenson.

“We all remember spending time there as kids, and look forward to helping make it a great destination for the next generation. The new focus on creating an interesting, more inspiring, culinary experience for visitors to the Center was a strong draw for us. In addition, we are excited to be working on our new locations which we think are in two wonderful suburbs of Seattle, Redmond and Sammamish.”