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LaRosa's Pizza Expanding to Columbus

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    surber17
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    If anyone is from Cincinnati, like myself, I’m sure you’re also excited about this:


    LaRosa’s will expand to Columbus
    8:31 AM, Oct 24, 2012
    Written by The Enquirer

    LaRosa’s Pizzeria announced on Wednesday that it will expand into the Columbus area. LaRosa’s, which currently has 65 locations in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, Southeastern Indiana and Dayton, is looking for franchise partners in Columbus.

    READ MORE: http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20121024/BIZ/310240035?nclick_check=1

    WEB: http://www.larosas.com

    #517105

    Analogue Kid
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    Yay can’t wait! Fingers crossed that they pick a more central location like Upper Arlington and don’t locate only in the boonies.

    #517106

    Whoo hoo! :)

    #517107

    sph1978
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    nice…the furthest north one that I know of is in Centerville (Dayton)

    #517108
    mavrck
    mavrck
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    This is the best news of the year for me. Can’t frigg’n wait.

    #517109

    ricospaz
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    I’ve only had it at Great American Ballpark, hope it’s better than that.

    #517110

    bayrea
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    Sorry, lived in Cincy for 10 years.. Larosa’s is too sweet with a Donato’s type crust. Much better options exist..

    #517111

    surber17
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    bayrea said:
    Sorry, lived in Cincy for 10 years.. Larosa’s is too sweet with a Donato’s type crust. Much better options exist..

    Their sauce is one of my favorite parts of the pizza! Love their calzones too.

    #517112
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
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    bayrea said:
    Sorry, lived in Cincy for 10 years.. Larosa’s is too sweet with a Donato’s type crust.

    Kinda sounds like Plank’s on Parsons… how does it compare?

    #517113

    bayrea
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    I have only been to Plank’s on High and Whittier.. so I can’t compare.

    #517114

    Analogue Kid
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    Yes the pizza sauce is sweet, and some people will not like it.

    #517115

    GCrites80s
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    Man, Deveroe’s, Montgomery Inn, Jeff Wyler and now LaRosas in less than five years. The Cincinnatians are taking over.

    #1010071

    News
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    LaRosa’s Family Pizzeria Expanding from Cincinnati to Dublin
    April 22, 2014 12:49 pm – Walker Evans

    Hot on the heels of yesterday’s Cincinnati-to-Columbus restaurant expansion news, another business has announced plans to enter the Central Ohio market. LaRosa’s Family Pizzeria will be franchising their way into Dublin’s Avery Square shopping center sometime this year.

    READ MORE: http://www.columbusunderground.com/larosas-family-pizzeria-expanding-from-cincinnati-to-dublin

    #1010124

    paranoidandroid
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    More importantly, if I attend a Reds game when Reds pitching records 10+ strikeouts can I get free pizza here the next day?

    Usually I just find a kid seated near me and ask their parents if they live in Cincinnati and would like to use my ticket stub for free pizza since I don’t live in Cincinnati.

    #1010127

    Cbusbill
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    <P>Man, Deveroe’s, Montgomery Inn, Jeff Wyler and now LaRosas in less than five years. The Cincinnatians are taking over. </P>

    Let’s not forget, Columbus routinuely sends our fair share of exports down I-71…Donatos, City BBQ, Piada, Jenni’s, Bravo…I won’t even mention more traditional chains based here. Its definitely a two-way street…

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