Even pineapple-on-pizza haters are crying over this news.
After four great years of customizing pizza, US-based chain Project Pie is closing all but one of its branches in the Philippines. Nooo!
The announcement was made across all of the company’s social media accounts on Wednesday, September 6.
“Towards this end, we sincerely thank you for your patronage in making our project a success as a game-changer in the pizza industry. It has been an awesome four years of being the only artisan pizza in the Philippines,” the food company posted.
As part of their ‘last hoorah,’ the Block 28 Alabang location will continue serving Filipinos who want to build their artisan pizza.
Loyal Project Pie lovers flooded the announcement post with comments of gratitude for memorable years of pizza experience.
“Thank you too for an awesome experience tasting different unpredictable combination of self inventing pizza, kudos,” a netizen commented.
Meanwhile, others expressed sadness over the branch closures.
” I am speechless. My number 1 favorite pizza in town left me,” another commented.
The first local Project Pie branch was put up in the Philippines back in 2013, following its success in Las Vegas and San Diego in the US. It has since expanded its operations to a total of 8 locations, allowing more customers to build their own pizza from its sauce to meat, veggie and/or cheese toppings.
James Markham is the brainchild behind Project Pie, the same person said to have pioneered the assembly line style of ordering pizza in the US.
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Photo from Project Pie
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