“Our menu—including our infamous Topperstix—has helped us build a powerful fanatical following,” says Scott Gittrich, founder and CEO of the Whitewater, Wisconsin–based franchise. “Just as our menu has continued to evolve, so does our footprint. We have connected with an award-winning architect whose love for our product is portrayed in our new look [and] feel.”
Toppers’ newest locations feature TVs; an updated area to relax while waiting for your pizza; bar-top seating for dine-in guests; updated, contemporary colors, including the Toppers Crown on a brick wall; and an updated menuboard, all in a unit under 2,000 square feet.
The new prototype is also designed for easier operations, an attractive feature to would-be prospects.
“We are continuously testing new technology to improve the way we deliver to our customers, both in the restaurant and to their homes,” Gittrich says. “Toppers is all about evolution.”