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    Pie Five Pizza Opening in Murphy, Texas

  • Industry News December 7, 2018

    Pizza lovers in northeast Dallas will soon rejoice for the opening of the first Murphy, Texas, Pie Five Pizza – the fast-casual restaurant known for its customizable pizzas prepared and ready to enjoy in five minutes or less. The location is set to open on Monday, Deccember 10, at 109 N. Murphy Road.

    The Murphy location will be open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Pie Five is the perfect destination for busy families and active professionals looking for fast and delicious pizzas handcrafted from fresh, hand-cut veggies and artisan toppings. In addition to customizable large and personal pizzas, Murphy’s Pie Five will also serve freshly tossed salads and a warm cinnamon stix dessert.

    “Pie Five is already a hit in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, so I’m excited to be able to bring the brand to everyone northeast of the city,” says ranchisee Charlie Clark. “Murphy is the perfect community for Pie Five’s customizable pizzas, and I’m confident we will be the hottest pizza spot in town. We’ve recruited an awesome group of individuals to craft our delicious pizzas, and we’re all very excited to become an integral part of the local community.”

    To celebrate its grand opening, Pie Five is partnering with Toys for Tots by hosting a toy drive of unwrapped gifts.

    This is the 14th Pie Five in the DFW area, 17th in Texas and 70th system-wide. New customers are encouraged to download the Pie Five app in the App Store or on Google Play and scan their receipt to receive a $5 pizza for their next visit.

    Pie Five’s fast-casual concept provides guests with a fully customizable experience from start to finish. With more than 30 fresh toppings, six savory sauces and five crust choices, there’s a delicious pairing to match every guest’s preference. Pie Five also accommodates dietary restrictions by offering low-carb cauliflower crust, gluten-free crust and vegan cheese options.

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