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Winter is Coming – Eat More Pizza!

Posted: December 18, 2018

Winter is coming, and so is the excuse to eat more pizza! As these chilly temperatures continue to drop, our bodies need something to keep warm. Why not pizza? Less hours of sunshine, colder weather, and more time spent indoors all have a significant effect on when, how much, and what we want to eat. To top it all off, we have so many food-centered holidays around this time of year that eating is always on our minds. Of course, being healthy is always important. Exercising is great, and physical strength is something to focus on no matter what time of year, but mental health and happiness are also just as important! We’re speaking for ourselves, but we’re sure many people will agree with us… Pizza is good for the soul! We’re all cold, less active, the air is dry, and we’re suffering from winter blues… the best way to turn winter from dry and … Continue reading

Today is National Comfort Food Day! What better comfort food is there than a delicious pizza fresh out of the oven?! There have actually been psychological studies that have proven an individual’s comfort food cravings are typically based off of artifacts from our past. On average, women tend to look for comfort from sweet and sugary foods, while men tend to look for it in more hearty, savory foods like steak, pizza, and soup. Stop into Pizza Tugos today to indulge in your favorite pizza! This National Holiday is a great excuse to splurge and get all the comfort you can out of our doughy, cheesy slices of heaven. And the fact that this holiday falls on a Wednesday must be a special sign… Pizzas on Wednesdays at Pizza Tugos are half-price! Don’t worry, we offer this for both dine-in and carry-out orders, so if you want to enjoy this comfort food in the comfort … Continue reading

Tired of Thanksgiving Turkey?

Posted: November 26, 2018

We hope you had a fun family-filled holiday! Thanksgiving is a time for friends and family, appreciation for all the little things, and stuffing your stomach with as much traditional holiday dishes as you can! While we all love the tastes and smells of cranberries, mashed potatoes and gravy, green bean casserole, and freshly baked turkey, it can get old fast. Some people don’t like leftovers at all, but even those who do can only eat the same thing over and over again so many times. That’s what we’re here for! It’s time to change it up – we have the perfect solutions for meeting your lunch and dinner needs when the turkey just doesn’t do it anymore. Stop into Pizza Tugos for half-price burgers on Tuesdays! It’s also Vinyl Night, so bring your own records for us to play. Along with half-price burgers and unique music, Tuesdays are also Pint Night at Pizza Tugos, so enjoy … Continue reading

Believe it or not, Monday, November 12 is ‘National Pizza With The Works Except Anchovies’ Day. Pick out all of your favorite pizza toppings and add them all together for the most delicious pizza ever! But, leave the anchovies for another day. Anchovies, classified as oily fish, are a family of small, common salt-water forage fish. There are over 140 species found in the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans, but essentially all anchovies are small, green fish with blue reflections and silver stripes. After their lives come to an end in the deep blue sea, anchovies are processed in a salt brine and then packed in oil or sat, giving them a strong flavor that everyone recognizes. If they are packed in vinegar, they often have a milder taste. But that’s enough about anchovies, because this day is all about avoiding them! It’s time to focus on all of your other favorite pizza toppings, like … Continue reading

Fun-Facts About Pizza!

Posted: October 19, 2018

We all claim to be “pizza-lovers,” but just loving the taste of melted cheese and warm, fresh, melt-in-your-mouth crust is not enough! In order to be a true pizza-lover, you have to know some fun-facts about pizza! 93% of Americans that eat pizza, do at least once a month. According to a recent survey by Mintel, it is estimated that 93% of Americans who eat pizza eat it once a month. The most expensive pizza in the world costs a whopping $12,000. Luis XIII in Salerno, Italy serves the world’s most expensive pizza with a price tag of $12,000! The dough is aged perfectly. The best part? The chief arrives at your home to cook the pizza in your very own kitchen! Some ingredients include three types of caviar, lobster from Norway, Cilento, bufala mozzarella cheese and grains of pink Australian sea-salt from the Murray River. It makes sense why it is the most expensive … Continue reading


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