LaRosa’s Household Pizzeria has opened a restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky, in response to a press launch.
The primary 200 company acquired LaRosa’s swag baggage, with the primary 50 receiving free pizza for a 12 months.
“The joy round bringing LaRosa’s to Louisville has been overwhelming; we have heard from so many individuals how they’ve skilled LaRosa’s in Lexington or Cincinnati, or at Reds sport or Kings Island, and the way a lot they wished their very own LaRosa’s proper right here in Louisville,” Michael LaRosa, CEO of LaRosa’s and son of Founder Buddy LaRosa, stated within the press launch. “Our well-known household recipes transcend geographic borders — that is clear. We won’t wait to be part of making recollections in Louisville.”
The three,773-square-foot restaurant is a full-service pizzeria and contains dine-in, drive-up/pick-up and supply. The restaurant seats 96 and has a coated patio which serves 44 company.
The model donated $2,000 to Louisville’s Dare to Care Meals Financial institution as a part of its pre-opening family and friends occasion.
LaRosa’s operates 66 pizzerias in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.