Sir Pizza adds new locations in South Florida

By Lee Stephens….
The Sir Pizza restaurant chain is planning to open 20 new locations in South Florida in the next 18 months.

The Miami-based company, which already has locations in Key Biscayne, Coral Gables, Pinecrest and Sunset, recently opened the first restaurant in the expansion plan, a West Kendall eatery at 12562 SW 120th St. operated under franchise agreement by Ernesto Fernandez and Marcelo Chopa. Later this month, Sir Pizza will open its first Broward County outlet with a restaurant in Coral Springs at the Walk Shopping Center on University Drive.

Veteran restaurateur Rene Prats, the Sir Pizza South Florida CEO and franchisor, said the new restaurants mark the first phase of an expansion program that will see the company open 20 restaurants in Miami-Dade and Broward by the end of 2011. He said future Sir Pizza locations are planned for Aventura, Davie, Doral, downtown and midtown Miami, Flagler Street, Hialeah, Homestead, Miramar, North Miami Beach, Palmetto Bay, Pembroke Pines, South Beach, West Dade and Weston.

“Sir Pizza has long been known as a destination for family fun that offers ‘good to the very edge’ pizza, subs, salads, pastas, chicken wings and desserts,” said Prats. “We look forward to serving our guests a great dining experience.”

Agustin and Betty Duarte opened a Sir Pizza restaurant in Coral Gables after being culinary fans of the original Sir Pizza on Key Biscayne. The Coral Gables restaurant was an immediate success and locations in Pinecrest and on Sunset Drive quickly followed.

Sir Pizza is known for its signature square-cut slices topped with high-quality, fresh ingredients. Other items such as chicken wings, hamburgers and lasagna are also available, along with beer and wine. Takeout and delivery are also offered.

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6 Comments on "Sir Pizza adds new locations in South Florida"

  1. I went to the new location in Coral Springs tonight. I have to say it was the worst pizza I've had in years, worse than Dominos. The sauce could not have been more bland. My daughter's 'hot' vege sub was stone cold. The knives and forks are plastic and you use styroform plates. I want my pizza cooked in a pizza oven not a Little Ceasar's conveyor belt.

    My son eats pizza 7 days a week. After 2 slices he said 'Dad I don't want anymore'. I know someone invested a lot of money to open this but at what point did you really think people would like it?

    Stick with Pepperoni Grill or Pasquale's.

    If you like this you know nothing about pizza.

  2. can i get a date of how long ago this article was written ,,i just want to know when is sir pizza coming to orlando ?

  3. Homer Whetstone | July 7, 2011 at 3:04 pm | Reply

    When will you open a Sir Pizza in SWFL-LeHigh Acres or Fort eyers? I am jonesing for a couple of BBQ/Sausage Pepperonni pizzas from you, but I live LleHigh Acres. Is your store in Coral Springs/Sunrise still open? I will be down there on 7/12/2011….

  4. Great pedagogy. Bookmarked, hymn.

  5. When is the sir pizza opening in north miami beach. The place has had a sign saying coming soon. That’s been months ago?

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