Blaze Pizza in Arlington participated in the Peach Tree Carnival. The street team was able to set up a table that allowed the children to spin and win prizes from the Wheel of Fire as well as sampled out s’more pies.
On Tuesday, June 7th Blaze Pizza in Arlington hosted a fundraising event for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Arlington. Blaze donated 20% of the proceeds made from the meals of guests who mentioned the organization during their order.
On Tuesday, May 3rd Blaze Pizza participated in GiveNOLA Day, an event that raised money for over 700 nonprofit organizations.
To celebrate 365 days in Frisco, Blaze is "causing a scene for a good cause" and partnering with St. Jude to donate 20 percent of the day's proceeds to the organization. Funds raised will go toward the Dallas St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer in September.
On May 18th Blaze Pizza hosted an event for Yelp!
On May 14 Blaze Pizza participated in the Arlington Public Library Fundraiser benefitting the Summer Reading Program. The Fundraiser was held at Blaze Pizza in Arlington. Blaze donated 20% of the proceeds from the meals of patrons who showed a library fundraiser flyer.
Blaze is essentially a Neopolitan pizza place married to a Chipotle. The pizzas, developed by chef Bradford Kent of Olio Pizzeria & Café in Los Angeles, are also remarkably consistent: crisp from center-to-edge, with toppings applied sparingly, as they should be.
Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza is celebrating Pi Day on Monday, March 14 by inviting guests to build their own artisanal pizzas for just $3.14 each at any Blaze Pizza location.
Things moved pretty quickly through the line, staffed by energetic servers. If you’ve been to a Pie Five, you know the drill: Choose a sauce, choose toppings. Or choose from a selection of signature pizzas. There are fewer crust choices than at a Pie Five, but there are more (and better) topping choices at Blaze (as Bud Kennedy pointed out in an Eats Beat column this week, however, neither is as good as the homegrown Pizza Snob near TCU).
Austin is heating up with the opening of Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza. The fast-casual artisanal pizza concept known for its chef-driven menu and casually hip restaurants, will officially open its doors in Austin’s Lakeline Commons on Thursday, December 10. To celebrate the grand opening, the restaurant will offer FREE build-your-own artisanal pizzas on Friday, December 11 from 10:30 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. to anyone who follows Blaze Pizza on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.
A modern day “pizza joint,” Blaze is known for its custom-built artisanal pizzas, freshly made salads, blood orange lemonade and s’more pies since opening its first location in 2012. Each restaurant features an interactive open-kitchen format that allows guests to customize one of the menu’s signature pizzas or create their own, choosing from a wide selection of carefully sourced, high-quality ingredients – all for under $8.
Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza, the fast-casual concept known for itschef-driven menu and casually hip restaurants, today announced that it will soon open its first Austin location. The highly anticipated restaurant, which will feature a 2,600 square foot interior with seatingfor 75 inside and an additional 25 seats on an outdoor patio, will open in December in Austin’s Lakeline Commons.
Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza in Frisco is teaming up with four breweries new to the Dallas / Fort Worth market for a beer tap takeover to raise funds for Operation Kindness, the oldest and largest no-kill animal shelter in North Texas.
Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza is cleverly building its social media following with some delicious, cheese-bubbling bribery. The Los Angeles-based fast-casual pizza concept will open its first Dallas-Fort Worth location Friday, and will give away a free pizza to any guest who follows the brand’s main three social media accounts, indicating the increasing importance of those platforms in building brands.
Lines wrapped around the corner in New Orleans for the Blaze Pizza grand opening. Click "Read More" to watch a video of Jazz musicians performing at the event!
Blaze Pizza LLC, a fast-casual restaurant chain touted as the next Chipotle, added 40 new locations last year and saw sales increase more than fivefold.That has co-founder Rick Wetzel setting his sights higher than becoming the Chipotle of Pizza. He wants to be the fast-casual restaurant version of Starbucks.
Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza, the celebrity-backed build-your-own pizza chain that’s among the fastest growing brands in the nation, will open its first Texas location in Frisco in mid-May. The Preston Road and Gaylord Parkway location, in the Centre at Preston Ridge, is owned by a San Diego-based franchisee.
Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza is the fastest growing build-your-own pizza chain in the country and is on track to open its 60th restaurant in December of this year. The plan is to open one store ever six days through the end of the year. As of now Blaze Pizza operates throughout California and the Midwest, with stores soon opening throughout many of the largest cities in the nation.