New Nuneaton Snappy store serving up slices

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 22 December 2020

AMERICAN pizza chain Snappy Tomato Pizza have opened the doors to their newly-launched branch in Nuneaton town centre.

(Supplied: Snappy’s famous square style pizza) (Snappy Tomato Pizza)

The store opened sometime last week, after being renovated since late October.

It was initially set to open in ‘early November’, however the opening was pushed back a whole month following delays with kitchen equipment being installed inside.

The Snappy franchise is a first for the franchisee behind it, local Nuneaton entrepreneur and businessman, Saeed Mirza.

Snappy are famous in their existing locations for their ‘Chicago Style’ Square Pan Pizzas – as well as the traditional ‘New York’ style thin base pizzas, and their ‘Beast’ pizzas, which are the equivalent to three large pizzas.

The Snappy menu also offers an extended range of sides, desserts, drinks, burgers, and even a British favourite – kebabs – all of which are available for delivery or collection.

The American pizza takeaway has taken over the unit from the previous occupant of independent chicken shop Mojo’s Piri Piri Chicken.

The new Nuneaton store comes as a part of the brand’s ever-growing list of stores as they further their expansion into new high streets.

Newly-set up stores include across the United Kingdom over the last two months include Leicester, Wolverhampton, East Kilbride, and Crowthorne.

Before Snappy had a presence in Nuneaton, the closest location was in Bedworth town centre on Mill Street, as well as two Coventry branches – one in Spon End and Hipswell Highway.

John Wilson, Managing Director for Snappy Tomato Pizzas in the United Kingdom, said: “We have been working hard over the past few years to complete the consolidation of the Snappy Tomato Pizza brand along with the development of our new mobile friendly website, app and integrated EPOS systems.
“We are now embarking on an ambitious programme to expand our network of stores to our target of 100 stores over the next three years.”

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