In celebration of Pi Day on Saturday, March 14, The Pizza Press is offering buy one pizza, and get your choice of a second pizza of equal or lesser value, a Deep Dish Cookie or select craft beer for only $3.14.
Known for its array of fresh and high-quality ingredients, The Pizza Press allows guests to “publish” their own custom pizza on a traditional thin crust, or the new option of a Double Dough thick crust for a $2.50 upgrade.
Set in a fun 1920s newspaper theme, The Pizza Press allows guests to choose from a selection of toppings, cheese and sauces to create their own pizza that is “hot off the press” in under four minutes.
The Pizza Press also offers signature pizzas including The Times (extra virgin olive oil, mozzarella, chicken, grape tomato, red onion, and finished with fresh cilantro and Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce), The Tribune (red sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni, red onion, mushrooms, roasted red bell peppers, sweet Italian link sausage, olives and ricotta), The Chronicle (extra virgin olive oil, mozzarella, imported artichoke hearts, grape tomato, red onion, cremini mushrooms, roasted red bell peppers, and finished with fresh basil and basil pesto) and others.
Custom pizzas may grab the headlines at The Pizza Press, but diners can also enjoy traditional wings served with buffalo, BBQ, or mango habanero sauce, a selection of custom or grab-and-go salads, and tempting desserts such as fresh-baked cookies, deep-dish cookies with ice cream, ice cream sandwiches, and root beer floats.
The Pizza Press also has a carefully curated selection of local craft beer on tap. For an adult version of The Pizza Press ice cream float, guests over 21 can add ice cream to any of the darker beers, like a stout.
All locations of The Pizza Press will celebrate Pi Day, including Irvine, Costa Mesa, Rancho Santa Margarita, Santa Ana, Tustin, Anaheim, Orange, Fullerton, and Brea. To find the restaurant nearest you, visit www.ThePizzaPress.com. Founded in 2012 in Anaheim, The Pizza Press has 28 locations in six states, including 19 in Southern California.