SALVATION PIZZA GETS BIGGER PIECE OF THE PIE WITH SECOND LOCATION AND EXPANDED DELIVERY SERVICES

 

Salvation Pizza, Austin’s authentic New Haven-style pizza restaurant, is excited to announce the first steps into brand expansion with the addition of a new location on Rainey Street and company-wide delivery services. Salvation Pizza’s Rainey Street location is at 51 Rainey Street and is scheduled to open in early December.

 

“We are thrilled to bring a new Salvation Pizza location to the downtown Austin area,” said Michael Dinsmore, owner of Salvation Pizza. “Since opening our doors eight years ago, we have hoped to grow as a company. As we take the first step in that direction, we could not be happier than to move into such a lively neighborhood. We are also pleased that we can now offer delivery to the Capital, Downtown, and East and South Austin. “

 

Salvation Pizza is known for their New Haven-style pizzas, boasting a thin, hand-pounded crust, with a distinctive snap and crunch. The team also prides itself on a carefully crafted menu of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, calzones, and desserts. Dedication to quality food is evident in their methods of preparing dough from scratch each day, using only the freshest ingredients, and following traditional techniques passed down from generations of pizza makers.

 

Salvation Pizza’s newest location is at 51 Rainey Street, Austin, TX 78701. The restaurant will feature an expanded menu, a full bar with a specialty cocktail menu, and an extensive craft beer list. Additionally, the restaurant will feature several TVs, outdoor dining for patrons, and daily food and drink specials. Salvation on Rainey will be open daily for lunch and dinner, takeout, and all-day delivery. For more information and hours of operation, please visit www.salvationpizza.com.  You can also find Salvation Pizza on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SalvationPizza and on Twitter at @salvationpizza.

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