1000 Degrees, a Northside SA pizza and wing shop, is making Mondays a bit more bearable with $5 Margherita pizzas from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

$5 gets you a 10” Margherita pizza — that’s the classic basil, mozzarella and tomato sauce combo — on their signature Neapolitan-style crust.

Widespread belief is that a pizzaiolo invented a dish called “Pizza Margherita” in honor of the Queen of Italy, Margherita of Savoy, in June of 1889. The dish has been said to celebrate the Italian unification, featuring toppings of tomato (red), mozzarella (white), and basil (green), representing the same colors of the national flag of Italy.

1000 Degrees’ promotion — available for take-out, curbside, and delivery — can be modified to include gluten-free or cauliflower crust for an additional $2.50. Further modifications, however, are not allowed. 1000 Degrees is located at 11224 Huebner Road, Suite 206.

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The national 1000 Degrees Pizza franchise opened its newest location in Spring on Jan. 2. The restaurant launched at the Birnham Woods Marketplace off the Grand Parkway, at 4057 Riley Fuzzel Road, Ste. 100. The pizzeria offers both classic and build-your-own Neapolitan and Roman-style pizzas in addition to pasta, wings, salad and appetizers. 281-466-2581. www.1000degreespizza.com


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Spring, Texas – A new pizzeria is coming to town!

1000 Degrees Pizza will be opening its newest eatery in the Birnham Woods Marketplace at the beginning of the year. Guests can create their own Neapolitan pizza by choosing from over 30 fresh and delicious toppings.

Pizza’s are cooked in an oven at 1000 degrees and are ready to eat in about two minutes.

The new pizza joint will open at 4057 Riley Fuzzel Road #100 in Spring.

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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.

Brian Petruzzi

At 1000 Degrees Neapolitan Pizza, we hold our customers’ dining experience to a very high standard. That’s why we’re so proud to have recently been featured in CNBC’s article, “How millennials are building the next iconic pizza chain.”

woman-eating-pizza-620920541Pizza culture is evolving, according to CNBC, and the changes can be attributed in part to what millennials – meaning people born between 1980 and 2000 – want out of restaurants. “This younger generation not only look for healthier options but also consider the experience as significant as the food itself,” the article explains.

For 1000 Degrees founder and CEO Brian Petruzzi, providing the right experience is all about giving guests control and transparency. “Customers want a lot more input into what they’re getting,” he said. “They want to see that the ingredients are fresh, and they want to be able to customize and make stuff their own.” Petruzzi explains that the fresh-casual atmosphere at 1000 Degrees is kicking pizza culture up another notch by combining fast-casual with fresh ingredients. The result is a fine-casual setting our customers love.

In fact, a memorable experience combined with top-notch ingredients is what 1000 Degrees is all about. The proof is in the pizza, and it starts with amazing hand-tossed dough. Our authentic Neapolitan recipe dates back more than 100 years in Naples, Italy. Made with imported flour, the dough is mixed using an authentic fork-style mixer. The result is an unforgettably crispy and airy crust.

After that, what goes on our pizza crust is entirely up to our guests. Customers can choose from more than 50 fresh, high-quality toppings that range “… from the traditional tomatoes, mozzarella, pepperoni and garlic to thinly sliced rib eye, grilled chicken, pineapple, jalapeno, banana peppers, bleu cheese, a smoky bourbon barbeque sauce and more.” Our artisan-made cheeses and imported meats are a throwback to the Italian authenticity we’re so proud of.

Since the initial 1000 Degrees launch in 2014, we already have 25 franchises running “… in New Jersey, Michigan, Arizona, Texas, North Dakota, Florida and Connecticut — along with two locations in Malaysia.” By the end of this year, customers can expect to see at least another 30 locations open in the United States. “As far as signed agreements, we have well over 100. In Florida alone, we have 45,” he told CNBC.

Our 1,000-degree Neapolitan oven may have our pizzas ready in two minutes, but we don’t want our customers to leave. “We’re fast to get you your food, but we bring the food to your seat so you can sit back and relax,” Petruzzi said. “We focus on the dine-in experience.” Our self-serve beer and wine is just another reason to hang around and enjoy.

As the pizza market continues to grow and evolve, we at 1000 Degrees will continue to bring big flavor and a memorable experience to our customers.