Mountain Mike’s Reopens Paradise Restaurant

    Industry News | October 11, 2019

    Mountain Mike’s Pizza announced the reopening of its Paradise restaurant, which was nearly destroyed in the 2018 Camp Fire, the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history. Owned for over 40 years by Paradise local, Bob Dickert, Mountain Mike’s has reopened its doors on Clarke Road with some exciting upgrades. The newly reopened Paradise location showcases the brand’s remodeled décor and a bar top seating area with 12 beers on tap.

    “When our community was devastated by these horrific fires, there were a lot of questions and uncertainties about the future of our beloved town, but the one thing we were sure of was that we would rebuild,” says Dickert. “Mountain Mike’s has been a staple in Paradise for decades, and I’m committed to doing everything in my power to see this community thrive again. Reopening the restaurant is a symbol of that promise and we look forward to welcoming back our extended family of guests to Mountain Mike’s.”

    Offering the welcoming atmosphere Mountain Mike’s is known for, Paradise guests can again enjoy 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 beer and wine. With big screen TVs throughout, Mountain Mike’s is the ideal spot for sports teams, family gatherings, group fundraising events and private parties alike. There’s a perfect pizza for everyone, 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 signature pizzas. Whether it’s dine-in, delivery or carry-out, guests can always count on Mountain Mike’s to deliver on freshness, quality and value.

    Dickert continues, “Paradise isn’t just our place of business, it’s my family’s home, and we are thrilled to reopen Mountain Mike’s to serve as a place where the community can gather, make new memories and plan for the bright future ahead.” 

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