Industry News | July 2, 2014

Pizza Patrón Opens Doors to New Houston Unit

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Pizza Patrón, the Mexican-themed pizza chain, opened a new location at 240 Patton Street in Houston, Texas. This is the fourteenth location in Houston for the chain, and the restaurant will operate under the leadership of Bravo Pizzas, which now owns a total of seven Pizza Patrón locations.

“Pizza Patrón traffic is up and sales are higher than ever in 2014, and it’s sparking expansion in our system,” says Victor Vazquez, business development manager for Pizza Patrón. “Our results have been driven by disciplined, ongoing efforts to improve our restaurant execution and to deepen our connection with customers in every community we serve.”

Pizza Patrón makes its signature dough from scratch in every store. The pizza sauce starts with crushed Roma tomatoes and marinates for at least 24 hours with the company's secret blend of spices and herbs. Some of the menu items the new store will feature include large Lista (ready, no waiting) pepperoni pizzas for $4.99, Quesostix, Fiesta Wings, Patrón Dips, and large Favorita pizzas like 'La Choriquezo’—a large pizza that starts with the company’s classic spicy ranch sauce and is loaded with Mozzarella cheese, red onions, and smoky chorizo sausage—starting at $8.99 every day.

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