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Little Caesars' New Quattro Pizza Aims to 'Please Everyone' -- Really?


August 19, 2019, 11:45 AM

For the money, Little Caesars pizza is a pretty good deal. But for quality, it falls way short when compared to other local joints like Supino, Buddy's, Loui's and Mootz Pizzeria. 

So excuse us if we're a bit skeptical when the Detroit Free Press writes:

Little Caesars is out with a new pizza that aims to please everyone.

Everyone? 

The Detroit-based pizza giant on Monday began offering a $7 Quattro Pizza,  divided into quarters with a different topping on each of the four sections. A press release says:

One pizza that pleases everyone?

The new Quattro pizza, Little Caesars latest innovation, serves up four different flavor options on one pizza. Little Caesars Quattro pizza is a large Italian-style pizza with a different topping combination for each quarter.

The four topping combinations are: Pepperoni, Italian Sausage & Bruschetta, Italian Sausage & Pepperoni, and Cheese. The bruschetta topping captures classic Italian flavors of fresh Roma tomatoes, garlic, basil, olive oil and balsamic vinegar.  This limited-time offer is available for app and website users starting August 19 for only $7 plus applicable tax at participating U.S. locations.  

“Little Caesars is taking a fresh approach to one of the world’s favorite foods with its new Quattro pizza,” said Jeff Klein, Senior Vice President of Global Marketing at Little Caesars. “A classic pizza is always a good choice. But sometimes you have to spice things up. The Quattro pizza is a fun way to try something new or to be sure there’s something for everyone to enjoy at the next pizza night.”

Pizza lovers who download the Little Caesars app or order online can get early access to the Quattro pizza on Aug, 19. Then, starting Aug. 26, the pizza will be available when customers walk-in from 4-8 P.M., or all day, every day by request at U.S. Little Caesars restaurants for a limited time.

-- Allan Lengel



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