Want free pizza for a year? Head to Peter Piper’s Pizza Grand Opening


Hey Greenacres’ Parents, be one of the first 100 families in line at grand opening on Saturday, Nov. 4 at 10 a.m. and win one large free pizza per month for an entire year. 

The celebration kicks off with a DJ, giveaways and a ceremonial “pizza cutting.” The next 50 families in line will receive a “Buy-One-Get-One” card.

Peter Piper’s is an Arizona chain that has an exposed kitchen to reveal much of the hand-crafted preparation, ranging from pizzas to wings and appetizers.

Part of its charm is providing an entertaining atmosphere for children and adults that includes technology, TVs, free Wi-Fi, games and alcoholic drinks.

“We’re excited to bring Peter Piper Pizza to Florida, and are confident that families in Greenacres will love the experience,” said Jason Greenwood, Chief Marketing Officer of the restaurant.

The 10,000 square-foot location will feature a game room, a carryout area for online and pick-up orders and a bar.

>>Related bites: Florida spot named one of the best pizzas in America by Tasting table

>>Local pizza: Readers voted for the best pizza in Palm Beach County

If you go:

Peter Piper Pizza Greenacres

What: Grand Opening Event

When: Saturday, November 4, 10 a.m. to noon

Address: 3961 Jog Road, Greenacres


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