Adding Pizza to the MenuScot Consentino
The pizza “Gold Rush is on and with pizza rocketing to become America’s favorite food it’s no wonder entrepreneurs from all sectors are jumping in with both feet. Although Fast Casual is the word of the day and attracting most of the pizza press a growing segment of brew pubs, bars and amusement parks are also cashing in the continued interest and attraction of the pizza eating public and increased awareness of the gourmet pizza trend. Making it an easy plunge are outfits like the Pizza School of New York that trains a complete novice to expert in no time flat(why would you train any where else but NY?) and the New York Brick Oven Company which provides the industries top revolving brick oven for ease of training and operation while making incredible gourmet brick oven pizza at the same time. Beer and pizza is another natural and that is not surprising since the founder of Pizza Hut got his start making pizza in the kitchen of a local bar in Kansas, as the story goes. Many micro breweries and local taverns are having tremendous success adding pizza to the menu since it is an easy item to prepare and produce with a low food cost, an added benefit is that it keeps customers from leaving to dine elsewhere when the establishment does not offer any food items. Bowling alleys, amusement parks, mini golf and hotels are also joining in on the pizza party since there is no need for a skilled “chef” extensive labor or extensive kitchen space required to present a noteworthy product which depends mostly on fresh ingredients and a quality bake for results. If your looking to expand your menu or start one this is sure fire way to go.