Industry News | July 12, 2016

MOD Pizza Brings Back Sienna Pizza Reinvented

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MOD Pizza, the pioneer of fast-casual pizza and fastest growing restaurant chain in the U.S., is set to celebrate summer with the return of its Sienna pizza, with a twist. The Sienna, first introduced in 2008, features a garlic rub, red onions, sliced mushrooms, a hint of rosemary, Mozzarella, and grated Parmesan cheeses.  Back by popular demand, MOD will be adding a new spin to the Sienna with the addition of roasted Brussels sprouts.  This new take on the classic Sienna pizza will be available July 5 through September 30 at all of MOD’s 139 locations nationwide. 

“When we first introduced roasted Brussels sprouts to our menu last fall the response was overwhelming, so we’re thrilled to bring their sweet, nutty flavor back for round two with the Sienna,” says Brian Figler, culinary manager at MOD Pizza. “For the Sienna, we’re using shaved Brussels, and we hope this new twist on a classic favorite will open the door for more people to try delicious, fresh veggies on their pizzas. And let’s be clear, these aren’t your grandmother’s boiled Brussels.”

As an added bonus, guests will have the option of adding the roasted Brussels sprouts to any pizza or salad during this limited run. In addition to the special summertime Sienna, guests can order any one of MOD’s nine classic, artisan-style pizzas or build their own creation choosing from more than 45 signature sauce, cheese, and topping options. MOD also offers customized, hand-tossed salads, milkshakes, fresh-brewed iced teas, lemonades, and local craft beer and wine, where available. 

MOD currently has locations in 17 states, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin. MOD also opened its first international location in the U.K. last month. 

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