Observe National Pizza Month

Among the many hundreds of celebratory days in the U.S. calendar of national holidays, it turns out that October is National Pizza Month. The craving for pizza began after World War II when the American soldiers who were returning from Italy brought their hunger for pizza home with them. The desire for pizza soared and has not diminished over all of the decades since then. North Americans love their pizzas so much that October has officially become National Pizza Month. October was chosen as National Pizza Month by a man named Gerry Durnell, who founded Pizza Today magazine.

Nowadays, National Pizza Month is observed every October throughout the United States as well as in Canada.  While we may celebrate pizza for one month, it turns out that more than 90 percent of Americans eat pizza at least once a month. The artisan pizza in Andover, MA, at Town Market Andover, is consumed on a daily basis as one of the restaurants most popular foods.

National Pizza Day

National Pizza Day comes around every year on February 9.  That is the day to observe thin crust, Chicago-style, deep dish, or any kind of pizza as one of America’s most favorite foods. That’s also the perfect day to try the delicious artisan pizza in Andover, MA, at Town Market. You can grab a slice or two or order a whole pie for your friends and family. You don’t really need a special excuse to eat pizza. Any day is a good time to throw a pizza party but be sure to plan a special celebration on February 9, 2019.

Pizzerias are nearly 20 percent of all of the restaurants in the United States. Pizzas are sold well into the billions throughout the USA, and that includes both fresh and frozen pizza pies.

Pizza Is Always Popular

We don’t really need a day or month to celebrate pizza. Pizza is renowned for being craved and enjoyed by most of us. In addition to its deliciousness pizza in Andover, MA, is easy to eat, inexpensive, and comes in a variety of specialty choices. Pizza is the “universal comfort food” that is also a great way to get together with friends or family and share a quick and well-loved meal.