Pizza – Bantam NYC http://bantamnyc.com/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 13:00:48 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://bantamnyc.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-40-120x120.png Pizza – Bantam NYC http://bantamnyc.com/ 32 32 Final Round Best Margherita Pizza in Ocean County chosen by you https://bantamnyc.com/final-round-best-margherita-pizza-in-ocean-county-chosen-by-you/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 13:00:48 +0000 https://bantamnyc.com/final-round-best-margherita-pizza-in-ocean-county-chosen-by-you/ Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote and participate in our search for the best Margherita pizza in Ocean County. We started with all of your nominations at home, but now we’re down to the Top 5 and it’s time for you at home to pick the winner. I think based on […]]]>

Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote and participate in our search for the best Margherita pizza in Ocean County. We started with all of your nominations at home, but now we’re down to the Top 5 and it’s time for you at home to pick the winner.

I think based on the response, we are all winners because we have many great pizza places here in Ocean County, this time focusing on Margherita pizza. As I mentioned before, one of my favorite pizza varieties that we order often.

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Unsplash.com Klara Kulikova

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Unsplash.com Sahand Hoseini

According to google “Margherita pizza (pronounced mahr-geh-ree-tah) is basically a Neapolitan pizza, usually made with tomatoes, mozzarella, garlic, fresh basil and extra virgin olive oil. I consider it a sophisticated version of your basic cheese pizza and also a wonderful Caprese salad, but with a crust.”

We’ll announce our winner on Friday, so good luck and grab a slice! We always love your input, so upvote your pick and click above to register your votes. Waiting for our Top 5

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Unsplash.com Klara Kulikova

There are many kinds of pizza. Sicilian, Brooklyn, Grand Ma’s, Deep Dish, Margherita, White, etc. One of my favorite pies is the “Margherita”. We love this pie at home and will be ordering it often. So if you enjoy a good slice of Margherita pizza, vote for one of your top 5 picks and we’ll see what happens on Friday morning, have fun and we all want pizza now lol

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McLean Pizza has closed its doors for good after 50 years in business https://bantamnyc.com/mclean-pizza-has-closed-its-doors-for-good-after-50-years-in-business/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://bantamnyc.com/mclean-pizza-has-closed-its-doors-for-good-after-50-years-in-business/ McLean Pizza and Subs is permanently closed (staff photo by Angela Woolsey) McLean Pizza and Subs served its last slice. The Italian and Greek restaurant at 1434 Center Street is permanently closed after supplying the neighborhood with pizza, pasta, subs and more since 1962, according to its website. A notice posted at the door says […]]]>
McLean Pizza and Subs is permanently closed (staff photo by Angela Woolsey)

McLean Pizza and Subs served its last slice.

The Italian and Greek restaurant at 1434 Center Street is permanently closed after supplying the neighborhood with pizza, pasta, subs and more since 1962, according to its website.

A notice posted at the door says the business “has closed for good” and apologizes for the inconvenience, but does not specify what led to the closure. FFXnow has not received a response to its attempts to contact the owner.

McLean Pizza appears to have closed in late October, although an exact date is unclear. Twitter user Thomas Malloy alerted FFXnow on October 28, and a Yelp reviewer said on October 18 that it was closed when they dropped by to order pizza.

“Sad. Great food and really nice people,” the reviewer wrote.

Renovated in October 2021, the dining room was still fully furnished when FFXnow visited on Sunday, November 6, with tables, chairs, and even ketchup bottles visible through the darkened display cases.

Located in the Old Dominion Mall, McLean Pizza occupies a significant space next to the McLean Hair Center, which was established in 1956 and is McLean’s oldest hair salon, according to a sign near the door. The mall is also home to Chesapeake Bagel Bakery, McLean Shoe Store and Repair, and Comfort One Shoes.

According to Fairfax County records, the Old Dominion Mall was built in 1956 and has been owned by McLean Properties since February 28, 2007.

The landlord reportedly chose not to renew leases for longer-term tenants or only offered month-to-month renewals.

FFXnow has contacted McLean Properties and is awaiting a response.

McLean Properties also owns the McLean and Chain Bridge shopping centers. A redevelopment is underway for the latter that would renovate Giant Food, its flagship store, and reposition buildings along Beverly Road.

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Boulder’s Boss Lady Pizza closes after a decade on the Hill https://bantamnyc.com/boulders-boss-lady-pizza-closes-after-a-decade-on-the-hill/ Mon, 07 Nov 2022 22:41:01 +0000 https://bantamnyc.com/boulders-boss-lady-pizza-closes-after-a-decade-on-the-hill/ The last slices were hung on Saturday at Boss Lady Pizza’s University Hill restaurant as the pizzeria closed last week after nearly a decade in business. “Truth hurts,” the company posted on its Facebook page late last week. “We are closing shop for the same reason as many other small businesses in Boulder – unsustainable […]]]>

The last slices were hung on Saturday at Boss Lady Pizza’s University Hill restaurant as the pizzeria closed last week after nearly a decade in business.

“Truth hurts,” the company posted on its Facebook page late last week. “We are closing shop for the same reason as many other small businesses in Boulder – unsustainable increase in the cost of goods [and] Boulder’s exorbitant repairs and rents.

Boss Lady, whose representatives did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Monday, was launched on the Hill in 2012 by 26-year-old Whitney Hart, who worked at a slice shop while attending college in the Wisconsin, according to the BLP website.

Part of the BLP’s mission is to provide opportunities for women in the pizza industry and, according to Hart’s message, the hope is to eventually become fully employee-owned.

According to Hart’s LinkedIn profile, “After nearly 15 years in the pizza industry, I’m transferring my talents and experience to franchise consulting with” the Burger King brand of fast-food juggernaut Restaurant Brands International.

BLP’s top location, which opened last year in the Rock Creek Village mall, remains open.

“A longtime resident of Superior, she and his wife moved to Carbondale for two years, but Whitney always kept an eye on her old neighborhood for an opportunity to return,” according to the Superior Chamber of Commerce. “Boss Lady Pizza Superior was born on February 18, 2021 when the location in Rock Creek Village became available. She seized the opportunity to open a partner restaurant in her favorite city.

BLP is one of many University Hill restaurants to close in recent months.

Rosenberg’s Bagels & Delicatessen, a popular restaurant with locations in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood and Aurora’s Stanley Market, closed its Boulder outpost last month after only about a year in business.

Joshua Pollack, owner of parent company Rosenberg Bridge & Tunnel Restaurant Group and a University of Colorado graduate, took city leaders to task during a Boulder City Council public comment session last month for what he sees as deteriorating conditions on the hill.

“I had high hopes that the Hill would be a place where everyone in the community could come, not just students,” he said. But “wanderer[s]and “crime” make the neighborhood “an unattractive place for people to go.”

The cost of doing business in Boulder was also a concern.

Pollack told the Denver Business Journal in June that the Boulder store cost $1.8 million to build, nearly four times the cost of the original Five Points store in 2013.

This article was first published by BizWest, an independent news agency, and is published under a license agreement. © 2022 BizWestMedia LLC.

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Marco’s Pizza Hires New VP of Construction and New VP of Real Estate https://bantamnyc.com/marcos-pizza-hires-new-vp-of-construction-and-new-vp-of-real-estate/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 12:11:39 +0000 https://bantamnyc.com/marcos-pizza-hires-new-vp-of-construction-and-new-vp-of-real-estate/ Sustain Marco’s pizza and its unprecedented growth trajectory, The nation’s fastest growing pizza brand announces the appointment of David Gladstone – Vice President of Construction and Paul Williams – Vice President of Real Estate. Together they bring more than five decades of experience to the development team led by recently appointed Director of Development, Gerardo […]]]>

Sustain Marco’s pizza and its unprecedented growth trajectory, The nation’s fastest growing pizza brand announces the appointment of David Gladstone – Vice President of Construction and Paul Williams – Vice President of Real Estate. Together they bring more than five decades of experience to the development team led by recently appointed Director of Development, Gerardo Flores. Under new leadership, Marco’s is refining its franchise development program by sophisticatedly streamlining the process and driving strategic expansion.

With over 30 years of experience in restaurant development, Gladstone has held various positions in real estate, construction and procurement for Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii, Starbucks, Einstein Bros. Bagels, Focus Brands, Noodles & Company, Jamba Juice, and Quiznos. As he transitions into this new role, he will work hand-in-hand with his team to support franchisees through their site selection and construction process, providing early stage guidance and management. at the end of the construction process to ensure that new Marco’s Pizza stores are built efficiently and quickly.

Williams is an accomplished real estate professional with extensive experience in restaurant and retail real estate. He previously served as Director of Real Estate at Jersey Mike’s Subs, Director of Real Estate at Jack in the Box, Inc. and Director of Development at Dunkin’ Brands. Her knowledge and experience with these fast-growing franchise brands aligns with Marco’s vision for national growth as she charts her next 1,000 units.

Marco’s currently spans over 1,100 stores in 33 states, with locations in Puerto Rico and the Bahamas. Franchise expansion continues to accelerate with more than 200 stores in various stages of development and more than 350 deals signed, all while achieving record performance, exceeding $1 billion in annual system-wide sales.

“David and Paul are wonderful additions to our outstanding development team and great assets to our current and future franchisees,” says Flores. “Their extensive experience and trusted status within the franchise industry makes them an ideal partner for our sophisticated approach to franchise development. As we look to Marco’s next era of growth, we are expanding our teams at every level – sales, real estate, construction, etc. – with top talent like David and Paul From there, our internal teams will sync and create efficiencies through process protocols that deliver brilliant results.”

“Not only are we performing strongly, but our franchise development pipeline remains strong and healthy,” says Tony Libardi, co-CEO and president of Marco’s Pizza. “As we continue to grow with multi-unit franchisees and expand our brand footprint, we are committed to providing a comprehensive development support system, including technology and tools to help identify the right territories for the expansion as well as expertise in finance, real estate, construction management and field operations. It all starts with the right team, and I’m confident we have the right players to propel Marco’s into its next phase. of rapid growth.

The news and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by WTWH Media LLC.

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Restaurant news: Soul food at Shaw, pokē bowls at Gaithersburg, local pizza at Reagan National https://bantamnyc.com/restaurant-news-soul-food-at-shaw-poke-bowls-at-gaithersburg-local-pizza-at-reagan-national/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 15:45:05 +0000 https://bantamnyc.com/restaurant-news-soul-food-at-shaw-poke-bowls-at-gaithersburg-local-pizza-at-reagan-national/ Doro Soul Food, a soul food-focused take-out and delivery restaurant, will open Nov. 17 in DC’s Shaw neighborhood at 1819 7th St. NW. Doro Soul Food comes from chef Elias Taddessee, Ethiopian-born owner of burger and milkshake bar Mixture in DC’s Mt. Vernon neighborhood. The menu will mix American soul food with Ethiopian flavors, featuring […]]]>

Doro Soul Food, a soul food-focused take-out and delivery restaurant, will open Nov. 17 in DC’s Shaw neighborhood at 1819 7th St. NW.

Doro Soul Food comes from chef Elias Taddessee, Ethiopian-born owner of burger and milkshake bar Mixture in DC’s Mt. Vernon neighborhood. The menu will mix American soul food with Ethiopian flavors, featuring fried and grilled chicken with bones and chicken sandwiches with spice levels ranging from mild to very hot. Cornbread, collard greens, and doro wat spicy macaroni and cheese are among the sides.



Taddessee opened Mixture two years ago. He was a finalist for the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington’s Rising Culinary Star award this year and was named Chef of the Year by Eater DC in 2021.

Another award-winning DC restaurant is also expanding: Timber Pizza Co., which won the Michelin Bib Gourmand award from 2018 to 2022 and was named Bon Appetit’s Pizzeria of the Year in 2017, has opened an outpost at the Reagan National Airport.

The Timber Pizza is located in Concourse E of the newly opened Commuter Flight near Gate E51 and is open daily for lunch, dinner and late nights, as well as breakfast with sandwiches for breakfast.

The Timber Pizza is located in Concourse E of the newly opened Commuter Flight near Gate E51 and is open daily for lunch, dinner and late nights, as well as breakfast with sandwiches for breakfast.

The first Timber Pizza opened in Petworth in 2016. There is a second Timber Pizza in Ballston. Owners Andrew Dana and Daniela Moreira also own the growing Call Your Mother bagel and deli shop.

Chicago-based Aloha Pokē Co. will open its first location in Maryland, with a franchise in Gaithersburg. The only other Aloha Pokē here is at Dupont Circle.

Chicago-based Aloha Pokē Co. will open a location in Gaithersburg. (Courtesy of Aloha Pokē)

“Washington, DC has embraced Aloha Poke Co. since 2018, and I’m excited to expand it to its Maryland suburbs,” said Aloha Pokē Co. CEO Chris Birkinshaw. “Given Mary Grace’s passion and business experience, along with growing consumer trends toward clean eating and a great market opportunity, this really checks all the boxes. We can’t wait for the people of Gaithersburg to try our Crunch Bowl.

The Gaithersburg location has not yet been selected. The franchise operator is considering multiple locations. Its opening is scheduled for early 2023.

Its menu includes sustainably sourced ingredients, pole-caught ahi tuna and Patagonian salmon.

The chain was founded in 2016 in Chicago and now has 20 locations. Its Dupont Circle location opened in 2018.

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Marco’s Pizza® Expands Development Team by Adding VP of Construction and VP of Real Estate https://bantamnyc.com/marcos-pizza-expands-development-team-by-adding-vp-of-construction-and-vp-of-real-estate/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 14:32:00 +0000 https://bantamnyc.com/marcos-pizza-expands-development-team-by-adding-vp-of-construction-and-vp-of-real-estate/ The Nation’s Fastest Growing Pizza Brand* Adds Five Decades of Expertise to Development Team, Plans Next 1,000 Units TOLEDO, Ohio, November 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — To support Marco’s Pizza and its unprecedented growth trajectory, the nation’s fastest growing pizza brand* announces the appointment of David Gladstone – Vice President of Construction and Paul Williams – […]]]>

The Nation’s Fastest Growing Pizza Brand* Adds Five Decades of Expertise to Development Team, Plans Next 1,000 Units

TOLEDO, Ohio, November 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — To support Marco’s Pizza and its unprecedented growth trajectory, the nation’s fastest growing pizza brand* announces the appointment of David Gladstone – Vice President of Construction and Paul Williams – Vice President of Real Estate. Together, they bring over five decades of experience to the development team led by the recently appointed Director of Development. Gerard Flores. Under new leadership, Marco’s is refining its franchise development program by sophisticatedly streamlining the process and driving strategic expansion.

With over 30 years of restaurant development experience, Gladstone has held a variety of real estate, construction and procurement positions for Bad Ass Coffee’s Hawaii, Starbucks, Einstein Bros. Bagels, Focus Brands, Noodles & Company, Jamba Juice and Quiznos. As he transitions into this new role, he will work hand-in-hand with his team to support franchisees through their site selection and construction process, providing early stage guidance and management. at the end of the construction process to ensure that new Marco’s Pizza stores are built efficiently and quickly.

Williams is an accomplished real estate professional with extensive experience in restaurant and retail real estate. He previously served as Director of Real Estate at Jersey Mike’s Subs, Director of Real Estate at Jack in the Box, Inc. and Director of Development at Dunkin’ Brands. Her knowledge and experience with these fast-growing franchise brands aligns with Marco’s vision for national growth as she charts her next 1,000 units.

Marco’s currently spans over 1,100 stores in 33 states with locations in Porto Rico and the Bahamian. Franchise expansion continues to accelerate with over 200 stores in various stages of development and over 350 deals signed – all while delivering record performance, surpassing $1 billion in annual system-wide sales.

“David and Paul are wonderful additions to our outstanding development team and great assets to our current and future franchisees,” said Flores. “Their extensive experience and trusted status within the franchise industry makes them an ideal partner for our sophisticated approach to franchise development. As we look to Marco’s next era of growth, we are expanding our teams to every level – sales, real estate, construction, etc. – with top talent like David and Paul From there, our internal teams will sync and create efficiencies through process protocols that deliver brilliant results . »

Marco’s is on track to climb the ranks as the Nation’s Restaurant News Top 500 report shows the brand achieved the highest percentage change in sales year-over-year (+18.2%) compared to the Top 4 Pizza Brands in the Country**, making Marco’s the #5 Pizza Brand in Systemwide Sales in America. With strong growth and performance, Marco’s now aims to become the #4 brand in pizza, as it saw a 12.8% increase in average unit volume (AUV) year-over-year and the top 50% of Marco franchise stores generated $1,198,201 MUV for 2021***.

“Not only are we performing strongly, but our franchise development pipeline remains strong and healthy,” said Tony Libardi, co-CEO and president of Marco’s Pizza. “As we continue to grow with multi-unit franchisees and expand our brand footprint, we are committed to providing a comprehensive development support system, including technology and tools to help identify the right territories for the expansion as well as expertise in financing, real estate, construction management and field operations. It all starts with the right team, and I’m confident we have the right players to propel Marco’s into its next phase of growth. fast.

For more information on Marco’s Pizza franchise opportunities, visit https://www.marcos.com/franchising/ or call 866-731-8209 to speak with Shannon IversonVice President of Franchise Sales.

ABOUT MARCO’S PIZZA
Marco’s Pizza is America’s most loved and trusted pizza brand, according to the 2019 Harris Poll EquiTrend® Study. Based at Toledo, OhioMarco’s Pizza is the fastest growing pizza brand in United States*. Marco’s was founded in 1978 by an Italian-born pascal (“Tap”) Giammarco and thrives to deliver a high-quality pizza experience, known for its homemade dough and three signature fresh cheeses. The company has grown from its roots as a beloved Ohio brand to operate more than 1,100 stores in 33 states with locations in Porto Rico and the Bahamian. Most recently, Marco’s Pizza was ranked #2 in the Pizza category of Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2022 “Franchise 500” ranking and #4 in the fastest growing category of the 2021 ranking of the “10 Fastest Growing Chains”. Fast” from Restaurant Business. Other recent accolades include a high ranking on Newsweek’s 2023 “America’s Best Customer Service” in Pizza Chain List, Ranked #40 on QSR Top 50 and has been featured in Nation’s Restaurant News’ prestigious “Top 500” rankings for five consecutive years.

*Marco’s Pizza is the fastest growing pizza brand based on year-over-year unit growth, according to the NRN Top 500 US Restaurant Ranking LSR Pizza Segment 2021.

**Nation’s Restaurant News has partnered with Datassential and its Firefly data platform to provide in-depth insight into the performance of the Top 500 restaurant chains.

***Based on the average unit volume of our top 50% franchise stores for fiscal 2021. Based on fiscal 2021, 146 of the category’s 389 franchise stores (38%) met or exceeded this average. This information is contained in point 19 of our FDD 2022 – please refer to our FDD for full financial performance information. Results may differ. There is no guarantee that a franchisee will perform as well.

SOURCE Marco’s Pizza

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This New Detroit Pizzeria Makes Slices Like No Other https://bantamnyc.com/this-new-detroit-pizzeria-makes-slices-like-no-other/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 15:53:07 +0000 https://bantamnyc.com/this-new-detroit-pizzeria-makes-slices-like-no-other/ With toppings like beef brisket, shrimp, artichokes and yes pineapple, Pizza Cat Max in downtown Detroit keeps pizza weird. “Making sure everyone has the opportunity to eat the pizza they want to eat, even if it’s just a sausage pizza or if they’re the kind of person who wants 15 toppings “, says Matt Wojtowicz, […]]]>

With toppings like beef brisket, shrimp, artichokes and yes pineapple, Pizza Cat Max in downtown Detroit keeps pizza weird.

“Making sure everyone has the opportunity to eat the pizza they want to eat, even if it’s just a sausage pizza or if they’re the kind of person who wants 15 toppings “, says Matt Wojtowicz, founder and co-owner of Pizza Chat Max.

Pizza Cat Max started in Toledo after Wojtowicz quit his job at another pizzeria. He knew that if he wanted his brand to succeed, it had to be different and unique, so that’s exactly what he set out to create.

Unlike Detroit-style pizza, the crust is still thin, though it’s packed with so many toppings you’d never tell. There’s no crust edge on these round pizzas either, instead the toppings meet the crust, caramelizing the cheese along the edge and making every bite as good as the first.

Wojtowicz also wanted his pizza to have a Midwestern flavor, so he uses ingredients commonly found in the region. For example, there’s cheddar in his pizza cheese blend; if a pizza has barbecue sauce, it’s Sweet Baby Rays; and the pizza sauce itself is a little sweeter and a little spicier than what you’ll find in Italy.

Pizza Cat Max offers a wide variety of specialty pizzas, arranging them by the types of meats found on top. Options for people with dietary restrictions are plentiful with 4 different crusts (regular, gluten free, cauliflower and chicken) and vegan cheese available upon request. If you don’t want to try one of their specialty pizzas, you can also create your own with their wide selection of toppings.

Besides pizza, they also serve wings (traditional and boneless), steamed bagel sandwiches, and cheese bread.

The restaurant is located in the basement of the building at the corner of Fort and Brush. It’s covered in neon lights and bright colors, giving it a strong late 80s, early 90s feel. The plan is for them to eventually expand into the suburbs with more pickup/delivery points.

For more information, watch the video above.

Pizza Cat Max’s address is 407 E Fort Street in Detroit.

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New Dovetail Pizza opens in South Austin https://bantamnyc.com/new-dovetail-pizza-opens-in-south-austin/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 16:31:00 +0000 https://bantamnyc.com/new-dovetail-pizza-opens-in-south-austin/ A new pizzeria is opening in South Austin this fall. Dovetail Pizza will open at 1816 South First Street in the Bouldin Creek neighborhood beginning in mid-November. This also means that the address’s current restaurant, Indian spot Mumtaz Market, is closed. Leading Dovetail is Austin’s new catering company, Present Tense Hospitality, which includes Ben Runkle […]]]>

A new pizzeria is opening in South Austin this fall. Dovetail Pizza will open at 1816 South First Street in the Bouldin Creek neighborhood beginning in mid-November. This also means that the address’s current restaurant, Indian spot Mumtaz Market, is closed.

Leading Dovetail is Austin’s new catering company, Present Tense Hospitality, which includes Ben Runkle and Natalie Davis of Salt & Time, and Joe Ritchie of Rosen’s Bagel. Rounding out the team are Todd Duplechan from Lenior, Sidney Roberts from G’Raj Mahal/Mumtaz (which makes sense, given that this new pizzeria takes up Mumtaz’s vacant space) and Swedish Hill partner Alex Manley.

Dovetail will serve pizza, salads and pasta. The first will include pies like Spicy Italian with Italian sausage, mozzarella and chili peppers; meat (a mixture of pepperoni, sausages, bologna and coppa); crab (which will be paired with roasted corn, cherry tomatoes and a crispy chili condiment); and the BitterSweet (with smoked eggplant, ricotta, sweet and hot peppers and arugula). The pizzeria notes that it won’t offer the chili flakes and parmesan pizza staples; instead, it will contain crispy chili and herb vinegar oil for extra drizzles of flavor. Manley, who is also the corporate manager of McGuire Moorman Lambert’s bakery, developed the pizza dough. There will also be a gluten-free option.

The rest of the menu includes appetizers and sides like fried bread (a Native American food) accompanied by smoked eggplant, corn-fried calamari and grilled ricotta with butternut squash chutney. Then there are salads, pastas (spaghetti and meatballs, vodka rigatoni, etc.) and desserts like soft serve ice cream and fried sundaes. Drinks include spritzes by the glass or pitcher, natural wines, and draft beers. The name of the restaurant is a carpentry term where two pieces of wood are put together.

Present Tense is also involved in bringing Roberts’ closed Indian restaurant, G’Raj Mahal, back to East Austin later this year (the restaurant closed the Rainey in 2021). The company also originated the downtown location of Rosen’s Bagel in Republic Square Park (which took over what had been Salt & Time’s secondary cafe space).

The South First address has housed many restaurants in Austin in recent years. Recently, it was the Indo-Texan restaurant Mumtaz Market in Roberts, which opened in October 2020 and closed at the end of August. The address has gone through many restaurants in previous years, including Tex-Mex barbecue restaurant N’Esperado, Mexican seafood restaurant Alcomar, Tex-Mex restaurant El Chile and Tex-Mex restaurant La Reyna .

When it opens, Dovetail’s hours of operation will be 4 p.m. to midnight Wednesday through Sunday for indoor and patio dining services only (read: no takeout available).

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The results. Central Minnesota’s Most Popular Frozen Pizza https://bantamnyc.com/the-results-central-minnesotas-most-popular-frozen-pizza/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 12:22:10 +0000 https://bantamnyc.com/the-results-central-minnesotas-most-popular-frozen-pizza/ Frozen pizza. He really has come a long way. Previously, we had about two choices. And none of them could even compare to a pizza you would get from a regular pizzeria. The frozen pizza was so disgusting. I mean seriously. These pizzas you can get five for $5. They’re still available too…and just consider […]]]>

Frozen pizza. He really has come a long way. Previously, we had about two choices. And none of them could even compare to a pizza you would get from a regular pizzeria. The frozen pizza was so disgusting. I mean seriously. These pizzas you can get five for $5. They’re still available too…and just consider that you really get what you pay for in some cases.

But – frozen pizza can be pretty good now. Certainly, the fresh pizza from a real pizzeria that you have delivered or eaten at the restaurant will always be the best. When it comes to frozen pizzas, here’s what you said was the best.

And the number one frozen pizza according to St. Cloud area residents is… (drum roll)

HEGGIES!

And guess what – they’re produced right here in central Minnesota. Milaca, to be more precise. As for which flavor you prefer, it varies.

The next most popular frozen pizza has arrived as…

LOZZA MOTZZA.

These pizza flavors also varied depending on what everyone preferred.

PIZZA CORNER

My favorite Pizza Corner pizza is the Canadian bacon flavor, and I can’t find it anywhere anymore. Obviously, I was one of the only people who really liked this flavor. Oops.

KWIK TRAVEL PIZZA

Kwik Trip is awesome because you can get them just like take out and cook them or buy them by the slice. Lots of flavor choices too.

Other pizzas that people in the St. Cloud area liked varied between several brands. And yes, some people liked these 5 pizzas for $5 from Totino. Otherwise known as party pizzas. Personally, I think these things are like cardboard, well, regardless of taste.

Find the answers here

What are we eating tonight ? PIZZA!!

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A customer asks the Manchester pizzeria to write a proposal in a pizza box https://bantamnyc.com/a-customer-asks-the-manchester-pizzeria-to-write-a-proposal-in-a-pizza-box/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 12:24:25 +0000 https://bantamnyc.com/a-customer-asks-the-manchester-pizzeria-to-write-a-proposal-in-a-pizza-box/ food drink Manchester cafe sells pumpkin spice and mummy donuts Georgina Pellant Spooky season is almost upon us, and with it comes all manner of ghouls and ghosts. Our favorite variety, most definitely, has to be the edible variety – and a Manchester baker really delivered the goods this year. On Tib Street, Manchester coffee […]]]>

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Manchester cafe sells pumpkin spice and mummy donuts

Georgina Pellant

Spooky season is almost upon us, and with it comes all manner of ghouls and ghosts. Our favorite variety, most definitely, has to be the edible variety – and a Manchester baker really delivered the goods this year.

On Tib Street, Manchester coffee and donut shop Siop Shop pulls out all the stops in October by combining two of the harvest season’s best attributes: Halloween and pumpkin spice.

Shaped like a small squash, its Pumpkin Spice Pumpkin Fritters are coated in an orange glaze and topped with a green sweet “stalk,” while inside they’re stuffed with a delicately spiced pumpkin custard.

Priced at £4.50 each, they’re available from the Northern Quarter cafe and donut shop all month alongside a selection of other Halloween-themed donuts (or ghoul’nuts, as they’re known). store owner).

Image: Le Manc eats
Image: Le Manc eats

As well as the Pumpkin Spice Donuts, described by staff during our visit as ‘definitely the star of the show’, Siop Shop also sells Egyptian Coffee and White Chocolate Mummies (£4.50), Ghosts vegan (£4.20) and bone-shaped donuts. covered with a classic glaze (£3.65).

Elsewhere you’ll find a range of coffees, classic donuts and salted caramel brownies, plus giant sausage rolls and a selection of savory danishes, filled with tomato, mascarpone and Parma ham, or braised leek and of feta.

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Image: Le Manc eats
Image: Le Manc eats

This isn’t the first time that Siop Shop has impressed with their themed donuts. Earlier this year, the bakers behind the cafe also released a series of amazing Love Hearts Valentine’s Day specials.

The bakers team took the nostalgic favorite and firmly ushered it into 2022 with “raw, faded sentiments” like “kiss off,” “u stink,” and, our favorite, “prize pig.”

Read more: Manchester baker creates amazing Love Hearts donut specials for Valentine’s Day

If you consider yourself a fan of good coffee and donuts, you really have to pay a visit to Siop Shop. Trust us, you will have no regrets.

Featured image – Le Manc eats

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