Rapid Fired Pizza has entered into agreements with developers that could lead to as many as 200 or more new locations in Kentucky, Indiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and California.
MORE: Your guide to the best pizza in Dayton
Rapid Fired Pizza will open its 22nd location Sunday in Xenia. FILE
The chain utilizes a quick-service concept, featuring a serving line in which customers pick out the toppings for their 11-inch thin-crust or 9-inch pan pizza. Customers can choose from eight sauces, eight cheeses, more than 30 toppings, and 14 dipping sauces to build their pizza, or try one of the 10 craft pizzas on the menu. Salads, breadsticks, and desserts are also available, as are craft beer and wine at most locations.
RELATED: Pizza wars poised to re-ignite with ‘fast-casual’ chains eyeing SW Ohio
The first Rapid Fired Pizza opened in September 2015 on Ohio 725 east of the Dayton Mall.
RELATED: Kettering-based Rapid Fired Pizza to expand with 175 new locations (April 27, 2017)
RELATED: Rapid Fired Pizza to open 44 new locations in Texas (July 2017)
RELATED: Dayton-area company to open 60 restaurants in California (July 2017)