Uncle Maddio's Pizza Opens 1st Of 3 Restaurants In Chattanooga

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Uncle Maddio's Pizza  is opening its first of three restaurants in Chattanooga, on Saturday.

The restaurant is at 1924 Gunbarrel Road, Chattanooga, Tn. 37421, 423 847-4992. In celebration of the grand opening, Uncle Maddio’s will serve free 10-inch one-topping pizzas to the first 1,500 guests on Saturday. On Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., guests will get a free, 10-inch one-topping pizza.

Guests can also receive exclusive offers by signing up for Maddio's Rewards by texting MADDIOS to 313131.

The new Chattanooga franchise owners are Mukesh and Dhara Chaudhary with Shankus Restaurants LLC, who have recently signed on as multi-unit franchisees and plan to open locations throughout Tennessee.

Uncle Maddio’s is a next generation pizza restaurant that lets guests build their own pizza exactly how they want it and cooked in fast-bake ovens and served to their tables in about eight minutes. Guests choose from four pizza sizes, three types of crusts, including a delicious gluten-free option, 42 toppings, seven sauces, 18 vegetables and 14 meats. Everything is fresh and made in-store daily. Create-your-own salads and calzones round out the Italian-inspired menu. Additionally, the restaurant will offer a selection of craft beers and wine.

Uncle Maddio’s is fast-casual style where guests can order and pay up front.  Guests, then, can choose to watch their item being made or get their drinks and sit down. The order is delivered to the table as soon as it is ready. The vibrant digital menu board features a step-by-step guide for the “create-your-own” process, imagery of the handcrafted salads and calzones, and classic deals such as a Maddio Meal or The Combo which are perfect for a quick lunch in eight minutes or less.

“Uncle Maddio's Pizza is on the edge of what we call the ‘Turning Point of Customer Service’ where customer service that is not just the best but legendary,” said Mike Chaudhary, Maddio’s franchisee.  “Not only do we have the highest quality pizza, salads and calzones, our "Served with LOVE" attitude is unprecedented. It's simple, if you don't like it, we'll replace it or refund your money.” 

“We are entering an era where our franchisees are focusing more in the design and appearance of the restaurants with new, lighter colors and Coke Freestyle machines to create an atmosphere where guests can have the best pizza in town in an enjoyable environment,” said Matt Andrew, Uncle Maddio’s CEO. 



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