Pie Five introduced its Meatball Ricotta Pie, a combination of smoked Provolone and Mozzarella and all-natural and organic marinara sauce, then topped with Ricotta cheese and Italian-style meatballs and hand-cut red and green peppers.
The wait is finally over for pizza lovers throughout the Old Line State, as Maryland’s first Pie Five Pizza Co. restaurant is set to open in Frederick this week.
Area residents will officially welcome the trend-setting pizza eatery, located at 200 Shorebird St. at 11 a.m. on Friday, August 29. The opening marks Maryland’s introduction to the brand.
After months of anticipation, the wait is finally over for Midwestern pizza lovers, as Pie Five Pizza Co. is preparing to open the first of seven planned locations.
Wichita, Kansas, residents will welcome the first of these new restaurants, opening at 11 a.m. on Friday, August 15. The opening marks the city’s introduction to the brand. The “Five” in Pie Five means it all happens in five minutes or less!
Pie Five franchisee Jim Stevens, owner of Big Cheese LLC and Wichita native, is a restaurateur who knows a winning concept when he sees it.
Pie Five Pizza’s chef, Andy Wittman, locked himself in his kitchen, whipped out all his favorite ingredients, and created yet another dessert just in time to celebrate the end of summer.
Today, customers of the fast-casual pizza concept will have their first chance to indulge in his Cheesecake Brownie, a cheesecake made with Philadelphia Cream Cheese swirled with chocolate fudge brownie.
Pie Five Pizza awarded 18 franchise units to retired Cleveland Indian and University of Florida baseball star Matt LaPorta and his team of business partners. The men will introduce the Pie Five name throughout Tampa, Florida, beginning in early 2015.
The former Gator, along with the help of fellow MLB retiree Josh Fields and restaurant operators Brandon Birdwell and Jeff Engle, is preparing to drive home Pie Five’s game-changing fast-casual dining experience in a territory spanning from Florida’s Pasco County through Hillsborough County and as far south as Sarasota.
Pizza Inn Holdings Inc. announced that it has hired Timothy Mullany to become the company’s chief financial officer.
Pie Five Pizza will open its first local restaurant in the St. Louis area this fall. Franchise co-owner Jamey Tasker says he and his partners at TFPie Group LLC plan to open the first of up to 20 Pie Five franchise units in the St. Louis area in the October time frame. The group, comprised of experienced restaurateurs, logistics experts, and seasoned operators, spent roughly a year searching for the right opportunity and found it when Tasker walked into a Pie Five restaurant in Allen, Texas.
Pie Five Pizza CEO Randy Gier and other company representatives are joining national franchisors and suppliers to swap strategies and stories at the 2014 Multi-Unit Franchising Conference April 23–25 at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. Also joining the Pie Five contingent will be franchise development manager Mark Ramage and one of the chain’s most successful franchisees.
Before immersing themselves in educational sessions, conference attendees are invited to stop by booth No. 528 to try a slice of one of the restaurant’s specialty pies, served up by Pie Five chef Andy Wittman.
Even before opening to the public, the local Pie Five Pizza restaurants have made a determined effort to support the life-saving work performed at Children’s Mercy in Kansas City. A total of $10,000 was donated to the hospital during last year’s grand openings of the Overland Park and Lenexa restaurants.
Former NFL player Billy Bajema joined the Pie Five Pizza team. This summer, Bajema will introduce his hometown of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to Pie Five’s formula: personalized pizza made with fresh ingredients, baked to order and ready in under five minutes.
Pie Five announced that it has awarded up to 10 franchise units to Bajema and his brother-in-law, Tyce Jones. They have partnered with Josh Fields and Brandon Birdwell, who currently own three Firehouse Subs franchises in the area. The group’s multiunit agreement covers the entire state of Oklahoma.