Azzip Pizza Introduces New Pan-Style Pizza to its Menu

Azzip Pizza has introduced a new item to its menu: the 'Square Zip.'

Posted: May 19, 2021 11:10 AM

Azzip Pizza is introducing its customers to a new menu item.

The new menu item, called the "Square Zip," is the restaurant's latest creation. It's a personal-sized, pan-style pizza that's baked in just two and a half minutes.

Azzip says the new pizza's crust is a departure from what its traditional pizzas are known for, geared toward thick-crust lovers.

Founder Brad Niemeier says the Azzip team has worked hard for months to get the new item right.

The new pie can be ordered in several different styles including "Sweet Bee", "Buff Chick", "CBR", or "The Classics", or customers can come up with their own topping combinations.

Azzip Pizza has locations in Evansville, Newburgh, and Owensboro.

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