Pizza lovers rejoice: The fifth-annual Cincinnati Pizza Week returns this fall. From Nov. 9-15, pizza enthusiasts will have the opportunity to visit participating Cincinnati Pizza Week locations to enjoy $9 pizzas (minimum purchase is a 10-inch pie).
It’s a glorious seven days of paying homage to all things ’za, no matter how you slice it.
Cincinnati Pizza Week passports will help guide pizza lovers to participating restaurants. Passports can be picked up at each participating location starting on Nov. 9, or you can download your passport at cincinnatipizzaweek.com. Passports will be stamped by the restaurant for each full pie ordered. Enjoy a Great Lakes beer with your pizza and earn an additional stamp on your passport. Earn four or more stamps and you can enter to win $250 in gift cards and some sweet Great Lakes swag.
Want to grab your passport before the week kicks off? Passports can be collected at the Official Passport Pick Up at The Casual Pint in Oakley on from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 6. Random passports will be filled with $25 gift cards and Great Lakes will also be doing some fun giveaways. Enjoy a Great Lakes Christmas Ale, Hazecraft or Dortmunder while you’re there to get your first stamp.
Participating restaurants include: Bad Tom Smith Brewing, Big Ash Brewing, Bourbon House Pizza, Brixx Wood Fired Pizza, Brown Dog Cafe, Catch-A-Fire Pizza, Clubhouse Sports Grille, Delicio Coal Fired Pizza, Fireside Pizza, Goodfellas Pizzeria, Joe’s Pizza Napoli, MacKenzie River, Mikey’s Late Night Slice, Poseidon’s Pizza Company, Pies & Pints, Skally’s, Sorrento’s Italian Joint, Strong’s Brick Oven Pizzeria, Taft’s Brewpourium, Taglio, The Gruff and Zablong.
Check the passport to see if take-out or delivery is available for each restaurant's Pizza Week deal.
Pizzas range from your standard cheese and pepperoni to more exotic toppings like Goodfellas' Italian Sammie, MacKenzie River Pizza’s Jalapeno Popper Pie and The Gruff’s Brussels Sprout Pizza.
For more info, visit cincinnatipizzaweek.com.