Famous New York Pizza Chain Is Opening Up Stores In Iowa
Some Iowa folks are about to get a chance to chow down on some delicious New York Style Coal Brick-Oven pizza in their own towns.
I've eaten at a lot of different pizza joints in many states. Some pizza places stand out more than others.
From what I've heard Iowa should be excited about the new pizza franchise coming to the state.
According to Corridor Business Journal, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria has approved a domestic, multi-unit franchise development agreement for the state of Iowa with Doughtime Pizza Company.
As Grimaldi’s expands to Iowa it is looking to potentially open restaurants in Ankeny, Waukee, Iowa City, and Ames
Grimaldi's Pizzeria is a chain from the New York City area with several restaurants throughout the United States.
Its most famous restaurant is under the Brooklyn Bridge in Brooklyn at 1 Front Street, next door to its original location.
Grimaldi's Pizzeria currently has over 40 locations across the U.S.
Grimaldi’s Pizzeria explains on its website that it “serves traditional coal-fired brick oven pizza using pizza-making traditions originating in Brooklyn over 100 years ago.
Using only the freshest ingredients, and our ‘secret recipe’ dough that’s hand-tossed and made in-house daily, our pizzas are prepared in our signature Coal-Fired Brick Ovens, which helps us deliver an authentic taste that’s not found in conventional oven pizza.
We are a family-friendly, casual yet upscale, New York-themed restaurant. It is our passion for pizza that has made us a “must-eat” for pizza lovers everywhere!”
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