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    Villa Italian Kitchen Selling Pizza for $3.14 on Pi Day

  • Industry News March 6, 2019
    Villa Italian Kitchen
    Villa Italian Kitchen features a variety of menu items.

    Now back and better than ever before, Villa Italian Kitchen’s Pi Day celebration honors math’s biggest day of the year. For the third year in a row, the quick-service pizza brand will be celebrating March 14 by offering full-size Neapolitan Cheese Pizzas to guests for $3.14 at its more than 200 participating locations nationwide. Each Neapolitan Cheese Pizza from Villa Italian Kitchen is made with homemade dough prepared fresh daily, 100 percent whole milk mozzarella and sauce made from fresh California tomatoes, ensuring March 14 will be the most delicious day of the year.

    To take advantage of this exciting offer, Pi fanatics can head to VillaItalianKitchen.com/PiDay to download a coupon, good for one Neapolitan Cheese pizza at the special price of $3.14, on Thursday, March 14, 2019, at any participating Villa Italian Kitchen location nationwide.

    “We love celebrating national pizza holidays with our loyal guests,” says Mimi Wunderlich, Director of Communications and Digital Marketing, Villa Restaurant Group. “Our pi pricing has become a tradition at Villa Italian Kitchen, and, just like with our other annual offers, we are thrilled to continue providing our delicious pizza to our guests at a special price for this fun holiday.”

    Villa Italian Kitchen features a variety of menu items, from Neapolitan and Pan pizzas, with homemade dough prepared fresh daily, 100 percent whole milk mozzarella and sauce made from fresh California tomatoes, to pasta imported from Italy, salads, Stromboli, entrees and much more. Villa Italian Kitchen also offers catering and large to-go orders, featuring hot and high-quality meals that are perfect for any celebration, event or meeting, complete with a dedicated catering manager who ensures personalized service and a customized menu.

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