Social media users are celebrating a brick oven pizza restaurant in California for treating its workers to a fun day out at an entertainment center.
Employees’ day out: Burattino Pizza, known for its wild boar toppings and friendly staff, recently shared a video on Instagram showing its employees spending time at a Dave & Buster’s.
The father-and-son founders of New York City’s Prince Street Pizza (PSP) have stepped down from daily operations amid a social media backlash over racist comments they made in the past.
The restaurant, which recently opened a store in Los Angeles, is one of NYC’s most popular pizzerias, holding a 4.5-star Yelp rating based on 3,753 reviews.
One delivery guy in Thailand has earned the internet’s respect for doing all that he can to respond to the call of duty.
Ake KB is a GrabFood delivery man who, back in April, found himself in a bit of a fix when someone asked to deliver pizza in the middle of a river. Originally, thinking the pinned location was a mistake, he was still up to the task.
Pizza Hut Taiwan has released a uniquely bizarre combination to its popular food by collaborating with a famed Japanese ramen restaurant to create a ramen pizza.
In collaboration with Menya Musashi, Ramen Pizza comes with noodles, Japanese barbecue pork slices and a half-boiled egg, according to Taiwan News.
An entire middle school in South Korea was recently treated to a ridiculous amount of pizza as a reward for a kind act by two of its students.
Kang Tae Won and Han Woong, both students of Seogwipo Middle School in Jeju Island, found a wallet on the street on January 30, AllKPop reports. The middle schoolers were going back home from tutoring when they came across the wallet containing around 300,000 Korean Won ($251) in cash.
After a successful launch last year, Steve Aoki‘s pizza venture “Pizzaoki” has been expanding to more locations.
Aoki, the fourth-highest-paid DJ in the world, has already announced interest in expanding across the country after his first location began serving customers in Los Angeles back in July, reports Forbes.
Diners in Japan are going crazy over mouth-watering “Chicago pizzas” deeper than a bowl of soup and understandably worthy for an Instagram post.
The “pizza,” which comes with a deep crust filled with molten cheese, is more akin to fondue and typically served with sausages and vegetables on the side.
A Japanese restaurant has just released a limited-time ehomaki (luxury sushi roll) that is definitely not what you would expect – it has pizza as a topping.
It’s a food fusion no one probably saw coming but boba pizza is real and it’s currently found only in “boba capital” of the world: Taiwan.
A specialty of a restaurant in Chiayi City called Foodie Star, the dessert pizza is reasonably priced at 139 New Taiwan Dollars ($4.50), according to Walkerland.
For many Koreans, pizza is best served with pickles. The trend seems especially true among those much closer to Western cuisine — Korean Americans, for example — yet prefer a hint of something “familiar.”
Pizza originated in Italy, and while there’s no rule telling what comes with it, many are puzzled why Koreans find pickles, of all possible choices, the perfect fit. Conventional side dishes include salad, garlic bread, cheese fries, mozzarella sticks and Buffalo wings, none of which obviously seems to match with pickles.
Remember when that one woman was initially awarded $2.9 million after suing McDonald’s over their coffee being too hot? A suit decided against Pizza Hut last week joins the legacy.
A Roane County, Tennessee judge awarded Everett Chatman $2,400, interest and court costs last Friday for the damages in his case against Pizza Hut, which claimed that the pizza restaurant served too-crunchy croutons.