Industry News | November 2, 2016

Pie Five Pizza Co. Headed to Home of Indianapolis 500

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Pie Five Pizza Co. is bringing five-minute pizza to the home of the Indianapolis 500. The family friendly, fast casual pizza restaurant known for its chef-inspired pizzas is set to open its third Indianapolis location on November 3, at 5320 E. 82nd St., Ste. 104, in the Castleton Crossing shopping center. The new location will be open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., so pizza lovers can stop in nearly any time of day to create their own personalized pizza made from a wide selection of crusts, sauces and fresh ingredients.

This is the sixth Pie Five location opened by Pie Five Franchisee Carl Dissette. A longtime Jimmy John’s franchisee, Dissette knows a great concept when he sees one and he has plans to open at least eight Pie Five locations in the Indianapolis area.

“Located at the busiest intersection in Indiana, the new Pie Five restaurant in Castleton Crossing is perfect for guests who are on the go and need a quick bite,” says Carl Dissette, Pie Five Franchisee. “With so many different combinations to choose from, guests can have a new and exciting meal experience every time they visit our store.”

To celebrate the grand opening, Pie Five will donate a percentage of proceeds to Damar Services, an organization dedicated to delivering the best aid and care to people living with behavioral and developmental disabilities.

With nearly 100 locations nationwide, Pie Five’s unique, fast casual model provides guests with personalized, artisan-style pizzas at a great value. Guests can customize their pizzas from a selection of over 30 fresh toppings, seven savory sauces and four made-from-scratch crusts, ensuring each pie is as unique as it is delicious! Guests can also enjoy one of Pie Five’s 10 signature pizzas, each packed with flavor and taste-tested to perfection. Patrons can complement each meal with a freshly-tossed salad served in a bread bowl or an indulgent dessert like the decadent turtle brownie!   

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