Win free pizza for a year at Gwinnett restaurant’s grand opening

A Virginia-based pizza chain that makes made-to-order pies is opening in Duluth, the company announced.

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Firenza Pizza will open its first Georgia location on April 11, kicking off a five-day grand opening celebration. Between April 11 and April 15, guests will receive a free two-topping pizza when they donate $2 to the local charity Rainbow Village or Duluth Youth Football and Cheer Association. The first 10 people in line on Friday, April 13 and Saturday, April 14 will receive free pizza for a year, the company said.

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Firenza serves made-to-order pizzas, customizable from the sauce to the toppings. For those who struggle to make up their minds, there’s a menu of 10 “chef-inspired signature pies.” Pizzas come in 10-inch and 14-inch sizes. The menu also includes bread sticks, meatballs, wings, craft beer and wine. 

Firenza will be open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. The new restaurant is located at 2200 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in Duluth.

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