Jerk chicken pizza is back on the menu at California Pizza Kitchen


The California Pizza Kitchen restaurant chain has bowed to customer demands and brought back the much-loved Jamaican Jerk Chicken pizza. This signature pizza features a spicy and sweet Caribbean sauce, authentic Jamaican spices, red onions, bell peppers, green onions and Nueske’s applewood smoked bacon. These ingredients are served on the restaurant’s excellent thin pizza crust. The new expanded menu represents California Pizza Kitchen’s commitment to listening to what their customers want and delivering on their promise to provide them with unique flavors.

According to restaurant CEO Jim Hyatt, California Pizza Kitchen regularly surveys its customers to ask what menu items they’d like to see coming back, and Jamaican Jerk Chicken Pizza is consistently one of the top two items. desired. The Santa Fe Chicken Pizza is the other.

Now fans of California Pizza Kitchen are also applauding his decision to bring back the Santa Fe Chicken Pizza, which was first introduced to diners in 1987 but hasn’t been available for over two decades. Pizza includes lime and herb marinated chicken breast, red onion, Monterey Jack cheese, fresh cilantro, sour cream, mashed avocado and house roasted tomato salsa . The California Pizza Kitchen is also expanding its “Take and Bake” options to include a thin crust.

The California Pizza Kitchen revolutionized the pizza industry in 1985 when it began creating and serving pizzas that featured premium, traditional and non-traditional toppings combinations that had never been available before, served on its thin crust by hand. The casual dining chain was founded in Beverly Hills, Calif., By two attorneys, Rick Rosenfield and Larry Flax, who raised $ 550,000 through bank loans, savings and investments from friends to rent space on Beverly Hills Drive. They ran the channel from 1985 to 1996.

Since its launch in 1985, it has expanded its sites to more than 250 locations in 32 states and ten nations. It now also includes non-traditional franchise opportunities specifically designed for airports, universities and stadiums.

Source: California Pizza Kitchen


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