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    Mountain Mike’s Lands in Menlo Park

  • Industry News January 14, 2020

    Mountain Mike’s Pizza announced the opening of its new location in Menlo Park. Located on the corner of Menlo Avenue and El Camino Real, the new Mountain Mike’s Pizza makes the brand’s signature experience of enjoying “Pizza the Way it Oughta Be” accessible to even more guests in the San Mateo County. The new location is serving up the brand’s full menu of mouth-watering pizzas served on dough that’s prepared in-house daily, bone-in wings available in four delicious flavors, garlic sticks, a robust all-you-can-eat salad bar, and a selection of both wine and beer.

    “Mountain Mike’s has been the go-to restaurant for families in the Bay Area for decades because of our fun atmosphere, crispy, curly pepperonis and mouth-watering pizzas served fresh-to-order with dough that’s made from scratch daily,” says Brian Moscini, Mountain Mike’s Menlo Park franchisee. “Being an active member of the community we serve is a top priority for us, and as proud owners of four area Mountain Mike’s restaurants, our family is thrilled to meet our new neighbors and become a contributing business in the Menlo Park community for years to come.”

    The new 2,700-square-foot restaurant offers the welcoming atmosphere Mountain Mike’s is known for and features the brand’s most updated restaurant design, a kids’ activity room with arcade games, granite tabletops and a party room. With big screen TVs throughout the dining room, this new location is the ideal spot for sports teams, family gatherings, group fundraising events and private parties alike. There’s pizza for everyone’s taste buds, including fan-favorite signature combinations, like The McKinley and Pike’s Peak, Mountain Mike’s signature crispy, zesty Pepperoni Pizza, as well as the freedom to “create your own” pizzas. Whether it’s dine-in, carry-out or delivery, guests can always count on Mountain Mike’s to deliver on freshness, quality and value.

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