Humble Pie Celebrates 5th Anniversary Jan. 15 with Half-Off Pizza at All Phoenix Area Locations

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Humble Pie is turning 5 (aww) and to celebrate they're giving a gift to you.

On Tuesday, January 15, the locally owned pizzeria with currently 5 metro Phoenix locations (the sixth Humble Pie at Stetson Village is set to open sometime during the week of the restaurant's anniversary) will be offering all of its wood-fired pizzas at half price. This offer is one-day-only at all Humble Pie locations and only for dine in customers.

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This isn't the first time the guys at Humble Pie have offered their special anniversary deal, in fact they do it every year as a thank you to their growing customer base; says co-owner Rich Sullivan, "we are grateful for the loyal guests that continue to support and enjoy our fresh and simple approach to pizza."

Despite (or maybe because of) the restaurant's discounted pizza deals (Date Night Thursdays, Kids Eat Free Sundays) and their relative adolescence in the Phoenix food scene, Humble Pie is set to open 2 additional spots at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport this spring, bringing them to a total of 8 metro Phoenix locations.

Looks like Phoenix locals will soon have more to amore.

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