The St. Louis pizza chain turns 5 on Pi Day. Check out the several discounts at the Kirkwood location Thursday, or come try a Schlafly ale brewed especially for the celebration.
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Friday, August 31, 2012
Fitz’s Coffee Cola is made using all natural pure cane sugar and Kaldi’s brewed espresso coffee.
Fitz’s Bottling Company has partnered with two local businesses to create two new Premium soda products: Fitz’s Coffee Cola made exclusively with Kaldi’s Coffee and Fitz’s Ginger Beer made in partnership with Pi Pizzeria. Fitz’s Coffee Cola was developed in close collaboration over the past year, and was introduced to rave reviews at a recent St. Louis Caffeine Crawl. A team from Pi met with Fitz’s over the same period, ‘to nail’ a flavor profile best described as a 'spicy ginger beer.’ Fitz’s is a craft-soda microbrewery and restaurant located in the historic Delmar Loop in University City. In addition to its famous Root Beer, Fitz’s produces and bottles other premium sodas including old-fashioned Cream Soda, Orange Pop, Grape Pop, and …
Friday, June 22, 2012
A group of St. Louis Rams rookie players will make three stops at Kirkwood destinations, including Pi Pizzeria, The Magic House and Tropical Moose at the Kirkwood Farmers' Market.
Kirkwood residents interested in meeting some of this year's St. Louis Rams rookie players will be able to do so Friday at beloved Kirkwood landmarks. The players, who will be divided into four groups, will be leaving from their training center in Earth City at 11:30 a.m. to tour some of the area's most notable attractions. Each group will visit the location in the order listed below. The tour will end at 1:30 p.m. at each group's final destination. Here are the groups and their stops: Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 The Rams began “Rookie Week” in 2009 as a way to introduce the rookies to the St. Louis area by taking part in a variety of activities including hosting a youth football camp, participating in a charitable bowling event and …
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
We got your nominations, Mid-County folks. Now we ask you to vote among the top choices for the pizza champion.
When we asked Patch readers for their favorite pizza joints in Mid-County, we got plenty of suggestions—and we're grateful for your help getting our first Mid-County Food Fight off the ground. We read your comments on Patch, as well as comments posted to our Patch Facebook pages. Here are your choices: To finish off this Food Fight, we need you to vote on your favorite pizza place in our poll below. Leave a comment on why you voted, or share your choice on Facebook and Twitter. You can also leave a review of these restaurants on Patch. You have until Thursday at 5 p.m. to vote, and we’ll announce the winner of the Food Fight on Friday morning. Thanks again, and happy eating.
Monday, August 8, 2011
Lawsuits alleged owners offered plaintiffs a percentage of business.
Pi Pizzeria owners Chris Sommers and Frank Uible recently settled two breach-of-contract suits in St. Louis County and St. Louis City. Former Pi managing partner Ryan Mangialardo settled with Sommers and Uible in April, while former Mirasol owner Vincent Brian Marsden settled with the pair in June. Mangialardo alleged in court documents that he created the concept of Pi, the menu, the style of service, and the blueprint for the daily operation of the restaurant. He also alleges that as a result of his work for and association with Western Addition LLC, he was verbally promised by Sommers and Uible that he would hold 2 percent interest in the LLC. Western Addition is the legal name for the original Pi location in the Delmar Loop. According …