Boston’s warm front will continue this week with the opening of 1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza near Government Center. The New Jersey-based chain officially debuts its newest location at 45 Court St. on Thursday, August 24, and to celebrate the opening, 1000 Degrees will offer free pizzas throughout the day, until the restaurant runs out.

This is the first Massachusetts location of the 1000 Degrees chain, and owner Ken Pasquariello plans to offer the first 10 people in line one free pizza each week for a year. 1000 Degrees operates with a counter service-style setup reminiscent of other fast-casual pizza spots like Blaze Pizza and Crush Pizza: Customers choose from dozens of toppings that get added to their pie, then wait for the pizza to cook for two minutes in a brick oven.

The menu at 1000 Degrees also includes bread sticks, salads, and wings. The restaurant will operate Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The latest in fast-fired, fast-casual pizza touches down in Government Center today. 1,000 Degrees, a Neapolitan-style brand in this red-hot category, is offering Boston a first taste of its pies with free pizza throughout the day, until supplies run out. The Court Street pizzeria is open 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

The customizable counter-service spot offers a choice of 30 different toppings, or signature pies like a classic margherita, buffalo chicken, and Hawaiian Fire, with Sriracha marinara, shredded mozzarella, Canadian bacon, banana peppers, and pineapple. Choose from a chewy, Neapolitan-style crust, or a thicker Roman style. The pizzas are fired up in a brick oven at—you guessed it—1,000 degrees. The menu also offers cheese-laden breadsticks, build-your-own salads, and fire-roasted wings in flavors like smokey bourbon barbecue, and sesame orange.

A New Jersey-based chain, 1,000 Degrees has 27 franchises in 20 states. Government Center is its first Massachusetts location, helmed by local owner Ken Pasquariello.

Fueled by homegrown spots like Area Four, Stoked, and Ciao!, 1,000 Degrees blazes onto a wood-fired pizza scene in Boston that has seen similar fast-casual concepts, like Blaze, Crush, and Nantucket-born Oath, proliferate with the promise of quick-cooking, artisan ’za. New contender, &pizza, literally sweetened the deal it proposed in Cambridge to vie for real estate in a neighborhood that’s sick of pizza.

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Opening day includes free pizza, cooked in two minutes

Boston’s warm front will continue this week with the opening of 1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzanear Government Center. The New Jersey-based chain officially debuts its newest location at 45 Court St. on Thursday, August 24, and to celebrate the opening, 1000 Degrees will offer free pizzas throughout the day, until the restaurant runs out.

This is the first Massachusetts location of the 1000 Degrees chain, and owner Ken Pasquariello plans to offer the first 10 people in line one free pizza each week for a year. 1000 Degrees operates with a counter service-style setup reminiscent of other fast-casual pizza spots like Blaze Pizza and Crush Pizza: Customers choose from dozens of toppings that get added to their pie, then wait for the pizza to cook for two minutes in a brick oven.

The menu at 1000 Degrees also includes bread sticks, salads, and wings. The restaurant will operate Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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The chain offers 12 specialty pizzas, including favorites like the Barbecue Bourbon Chicken, which features sweet and smoky bourbon barbecue sauce, roasted chicken, red onion, pineapple, shredded Grande brand mozzarella and blue cheeses. Pizzas are fired at 1000 degrees in a Neapolitan brick oven and cook in about two minutes.

It’s all about options at 1000 Degrees, where patrons can get a 10-inch or 14-inch pizza with seven different meat options, 12 types of veggies and eight varieties of cheeses and sauces, all assembled in front of your eyes. Pizza crusts are a classic Neapolitan style, or a Roman style that is a thicker variety that’s rolled out into more of a flatbread.

For more information please visit

https://boston.eater.com/2017/8/23/16188864/1000-degrees-neapolitan-pizza-boston-opening

For more information on the 1000 Degrees Pizza brand, or for franchise or investor relations, please call 609-382-3022, contact Lauren Heininger via phone at 609-382-3022, OR visit the company website at www.1000DegreesPizza.com

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1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza set to open in August in Fernandina Beach

By: Action News Jax

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A new pizza place will soon be opening in Nassau County.

1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza will hold its grand opening at 1480 Sadler Road in Fernandina Beach on Aug. 3.

Guests choose the toppings for their pizza, including cheeses, sauces, meats and vegetables and then the pizza is fired up in a 1,000 degree Neapolitan brick oven.

1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza also serves baked wings, fresh salads, and cheese bread. The restaurant will also offer a wine tap wall and self-serve craft beer.

The first 10 guests who walk through the doors on the grand opening date will receive free pizza for a year, excluding gluten-free crust. Everyone who visits the restaurant on the grand opening day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. will get a free 10-inch pizza of their choice, excluding gluten-free crust.

1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza already has a location open in Lake City, and other locations that are coming soon to the Jacksonville area include Southside, Jacksonville Beach, and Mandarin.

The Fernandina Beach location will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. For more information, visit their Facebook page or call 904-775-5247.

For more information please visit: www.actionnewsjax.com

For more information on the 1000 Degrees Pizza brand, or for franchise or investor relations, please call 609-382-3022, contact Lauren Heininger via phone at 609-382-3022, OR visit the company website at www.1000DegreesPizza.com

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1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza serves pies quick!

, USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee  Published 11:00 a.m. ET July 7, 2017

Anyone who’s read this column long enough knows I’m all for some pizza. So I was eager to try 1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza in Turkey Creek (once the new-opening rush settled down), and the fact that they happened to offer a Groupon for $20 worth for $12 last week made me more than ready.

The Grub Spouse and I dropped in last week and could tell immediately it was going to be another variation on the fast-casual pizza model, a la Uncle Maddio’s and Blaze. The staff even shouted out, “Welcome to 1000 Degrees!” like they do at Moe’s Southwest Grill. We spent a few moments just off the queue to absorb the menu signage over the counter.

The core of the fare consists of 10 classic pizza recipes, including a chicken club, Hawaiian Fire, The White Out, Buffalo chicken and The Meatza. There are also four basic pies ranging from a sauce-and-cheese-only creation to a classic New Yorker and a classic Margherita pie.

All pizzas are available in a choice of four crusts – 10-inch Neapolitan ($7.95), 14-inch Neapolitan ($15.95), 10-inch gluten-free ($9.95) and the oval-shaped and slightly thicker Roman crust, which covers roughly the same area as the 10-inch for $7.95.

If you don’t want one of their house-made recipes, you can build your own pie, starting with your choice of crust, followed by choice of sauces. The latter include marinara, pesto, Smokey Bourbon BBQ, ranch and extra-virgin olive oil, to mention a few. From there, choose from seven kinds of cheese, seven types of meat and 14 vegetables to complete your masterpiece.

Other menu selections include six different salads; orders of six, 12 or 24 chicken wings with a choice of sauces; and cheesy breadsticks with optional bacon or pepperoni.

The Spouse and I ordered two pizzas (a Joey Special, for all you fans of Friends), which we would share with us – a 10-inch Tuscan chicken on Neapolitan crust, featuring mozzarella and Asiago cheeses, spinach and balsamic sauce; and The Philly on Roman crust, made with balsamic onions, mozzarella and thinly sliced rib eye. We tacked on an order of six wings in Buffalo sauce.

The whole gimmick at 1000 Degrees is that they put your assembled ingredients into an oven that cooks your pizza at – wait for it – 1,000 degrees. One revolution around the oven on the lazy-Susan-style grill, and it’s ready to go. So our pizzas were brought out to us before our wings were ready.

I had no problem with either pie. Recipe-wise, I have to admit I liked The Philly better than the Tuscan chicken, but the distance between them was negligible. In general, however, neither sample rose to a level that would prompt me to give it special kudos. They struck me as being no better or no worse than what you’ll find at other restaurants of that ilk. One advantage I can see for lunchtime guests would be speed of preparation and the fact that prices are fairly reasonable.

I actually liked the wings better than the pizza, pound for pound. The pieces were quite meaty, and the Buffalo sauce gave my palate a nice kick in the proverbial pants. We had plenty of leftovers, as expected, and grabbed a handy box to cart them home.

I definitely wouldn’t steer you away from 1000 Degrees. It’s one of those things where you would have to give it a go and see where it ranks against your local favorites. Although if you happen to catch their Groupon, that might certainly tip the scales a little more in their favor.

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Bottom line: New in Turkey Creek, this fast-casual pizza joint specializes in Neapolitan-style crusts and fires up orders lickety-split. 

For more information, visit:

https://www.knoxnews.com/story/money/business/2017/07/07/turkey-creek-knoxville-1000-degree-pizza/453579001/

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“It was worth the wait,” Willis said.

“It was fun for the kids to get to customize their own pizza with as many toppings as they wanted,” Scrugham said.

After the grand opening, a 10-inch custom pizza will ring up for $7.95 with unlimited toppings. There is also a 14-inch pizza to customize, as well as specialty pizzas on the menu.

What makes it Neapolitan style?

The customization element of 1000 Degrees eatery is somewhat unique in the area, but it’s not unheard of. Patel said it’s the Neapolitan style of the pizza that changes Knoxville’s pizza game.

“It’s a whole process that starts with the flour,” he said. “Then you make the dough, and it cooks at more than 1000 degrees in two minutes.

“It’s crispy, and the taste is different.”

House-made recipes on the menu include the White Out pizza made with olive oil, mozzarella, Parmesan, mushrooms and garlic; the Hawaiian Fire made with spicy sriracha marinara, mozzerella, Canadian bacon, banana peppers and pineapple, the Smokey Pollo pizza made with roasted chicken, bacon, red onion, red peppers, pineapple, mozzarella, bleu cheese and barbecue sauce; and the Meatza made with marinara, mozzarella, pepperoni, bacon, Italian sausage and crumbled meatballs.

1000 Degrees Pizza

Bottom line: New in Turkey Creek, this fast-casual pizza joint specializes in Neapolitan-style crusts and fires up orders lickety-split. 

For more information, visit:

https://www.knoxnews.com/story/money/business/2017/07/07/turkey-creek-knoxville-1000-degree-pizza/453579001/

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Sunil Patel of Knoxville is bringing a new pizza shop to town.

1000 Degrees Neopolitan Pizza is slated to open at 11071 Parkside Drive by early to mid-July. It is this company’s first franchise in Tennessee.

The menu features the White Out (with extra virgin olive oil, shredded mozzarella, Parmesan, fresh mushrooms and garlic), Smokey Pollo (featuring Sweet and Smokey Bourbon Barbecue Sauce, roasted chicken, bacon, red onion, red peppers, pineapple, shredded mozzarella and bleu cheese) and Meatza (with marinara, mozzarella, pepperoni, bacon, Italian sausage and crumbled meatballs).

MANATEE – At first, the area around The Mall at University Town Center
seemed like the perfect place to open a pizza shop.

But after Ritesh Shah, 32, realized how much competition he’d have there, he
decided to look elsewhere. In the end, he settled on a spot at 6220 14th St. W. in
Bradenton. That’s where his new franchised pizza shop, 1,000 Degrees Pizzeria,
will open — he hopes by July 19.

Shah grew up in India with parents in the hotel business. His family moved to the
U.S. when Shah was 17, and his parents continued their tenure in the hotel
business. Shah got into the liquor and retail side of food service in Pensacola,
where he lived for about 10 years before moving to Bradenton two years ago. He
was visiting family in New Jersey last year when he tried 1,000 Degrees pizza.
It was the restaurant’s use of Caputo 00 flour, a variety made for use in pizza
dough and imported from Italy, that impressed Shah. He also liked that 1,000
Degrees doesn’t use freezers for any ingredients, resulting in a fresher product.
“I ate their pizza and it was amazing,” Shah said. “I really loved it.”
He dreamed of being a chef and working in the food business growing up, and
thought 1,000 Degrees Pizzeria and Bradenton were a good match for several
reasons.

“I saw Bradenton needed a place where a family can come in and have a nice
dinner,” Shah said. “And it’s quick, and it’s for lunch as well. If you’re working and
you only have 30 minutes for lunch, you can come in and get your pie baked in
less than two minutes. So you could be in and out in 15 minutes max.”
The Neapolitan-style pizza, characterized by a razor-thin crust and short baking
time in a high-temperature oven — hence the 1,000 Degrees in the name — is
not meant to be delivered, Shah said, so the pizza shop will not offer delivery.
“It’s supposed to be eaten at the restaurant right when it comes out of the oven,”
Shah said.

1,000 Degrees also has build-your-own salads, wings and cheesy bread on the
menu.

In addition to the seven sauces, seven cheeses and more than 30 toppings to
choose from for do-it-yourself pizzas, 1,000 Degrees in Bradenton is bringing in
the iPourIt technology. iPourIt turns customers into their own “beertenders” by
equipping them with a bracelet that’s linked to their credit card. Customers scan
the bracelet at a tap before pouring beers priced and charged by the ounce. In
addition to mainstream beers such as Budweiser and Bud Light, Shah plans to
have more than two dozen craft beers on tap, including local varieties.
The iPourIt technology appealed to him because it means he can serve beer
without the overhead cost of employing a bartender.

“I researched it and realized that I can sell beer 30 to 40 percent cheaper than
others do,” Shah said.

There are four 1,000 Degrees locations open in Florida, with another three,
including Shah’s, set to open soon. Vice president of operations for 1,000
Degrees John Feltes said another four or five Florida locations are to follow, as
well. The Sunshine State is well-positioned for pizza-franchise growth, thanks in
large part to tourism.

“It really is a pizza state,” Feltes said. “That sounds really weird, but outside of
New York City, one of the most dense areas is right around Orlando when it
comes to pizzerias. And a lot of that is because of tourism. When you want
something quick and you’re a tourist and you don’t want to spend $80 on chicken
tenders inside of the resorts, calling out for pizza is pretty darn easy, and it’s
reliable.”

Nationwide, New Jersey-based 1,000 Degrees Pizzeria has more than two dozen
locations in 12 states, with plans to open locations in Tennessee and Maryland
next.

For more information on the 1,000 Degrees Pizzeria Bradenton location and for
details on grand-opening specials, visit the location’s Facebook page
at facebook.com/1000DegreesBradenton/.

1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza

 By Kim Cracroft

THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 2017

1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza is new to the Midvale area.  Owner Mike Crouch and his family brought this hip, fun fresh pizza franchise to Utah.

You walk in and are greeted by a friendly staff and 3 screens chuckfull of options.  Your choices are already mastered recipe pizzas or create your own, salads and wings.   (You choose from several  pizza size options, our favorite was the roman style.). The thing I loved about this place is that the toppings, no matter how many you put on, are just one price.

The pizza dough is made fresh with high quality ingredients everyday.  When ordering be sure to sneak a peek at the mixer behind the counter!

Let’s talk the oven.  It is massive and hot and is specifically designed for 1000 degrees restaurants.
It continuously rotates while pizzas are placed upon the pizza plates inside the oven and rotate about twice before the pizzas are ready to serve.  About 2 minutes cooking time!  Now that’s quick!

We enjoyed the chicken Alfredo pizza onroman style crust, classic margarita  pizza on roman style crust and the best cheesy bread EVER!!!!  I’m going out on a limb here, and say that it is the best pizza crust I have ever eaten!

Give 1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza a try for family night, hit it up for lunch or venture out for a night out with friends (top golf is kitty corner from them).  You will become a repeat customer, I promise!!

 
1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza
 7101 South Bingham Junction BLVD
Midvale, Utah
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For more information on the 1000 Degrees Pizza brand, or for franchise or investor relations, please visit the company website at www.1000DegreesPizza.com.

1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza in Strongsville giving away free pies for grand opening

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Did somebody say free pizza?

1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza is celebrating the opening of its first Cleveland-area location in Strongsville by offering a free pie to every customer that stops in Thursday, June 15 from 11 a.m. to close.

The first 10 customers in line will win a free pizza once a week for a year.

Similar in concept to fast-casual, single-line pizza chains such as Pizza Fire and Blaze Pizza, 1000 Degrees specializes in thin-crust Neapolitan-style pizza made to each customer’s specifications and then put in a gas-fired brick oven that cooks the pie in about two minutes.

The restaurant offers more than 50 toppings, cheeses and sauces.

1000 Degrees has about 20 locations across the nation, but the Strongsville store is just one of two in Ohio. It’s located next to Rosewood Grill at the Plaza at SouthPark, 16734 Royalton Rd.

The free pizza promotion is only good for the grand opening Thursday while supplies last.