Restaurant will serve free pizza from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today
Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint, the fast-casual build-your-own pizza restaurant, is now open in Panama City Beach and will celebrate its grand opening today, Saturday, May 30. The restaurant will serve free, 9-inch, any three topping, fully customizable pizzas to all guests in line from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint
Saturday, May 30 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Uncle Maddio’sPier Park North
15750 Panama City Beach Parkway, Suite #180
Panama City Beach, FL 32413
Ellen Hartman (678) 399-3335, firstname.lastname@example.org
Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint. With more than 1,000 Pizza Makers making more than 2,000,000 gourmet pizzas a year, Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint is category leader of the create-your-own premium fast casual pizza restaurants. Operating 33 locations in 14 states, Uncle Maddio's opened 10 restaurants in 2014 and earned a 300 percent growth rate over the last three years. With more than 225 units in development, Uncle Maddio’s is projected to double in size in 2015. Uncle Maddio's pizzas are customizable, made-to-order, and served up fast for under $8. With four pizza sizes; three types of crusts, including gluten-free; six sauces and 48 fresh toppings, many vegan, organic, and hormone-free, Uncle Maddio's has the freshest and largest menu in the category. The restaurant's unique fast bake ovens offer the most throughput in the industry and can produce 200 pizzas per hour. Uncle Maddio's also serves toasted Paninis and gourmet salads - all prepared with locally sourced ingredients (when available) and salad dressings and 30 other menu items that are made on-site daily. Uncle Maddio's 'Served with Love' philosophy and restaurant is for everyone -children and families, college students, the young and the young at heart - and serves the guests and communities it is a part of. Based in Atlanta, the Uncle Maddio's management team has 50 years combined experienced in the fast casual category. Markets are available nationwide for franchise partner development including Texas, Ohio, and New Jersey.