Пиццерия Pizzaoki стала новым проектом Стива Аоки

Чудовищный замес в Хорошая пицца, Отличная пицца, 2021

Привет, народ! На этой неделе в наших пиццериях началось хэллоуинское событие Чудовищный замес, в котором нам предстоит снова отправиться в замок Дракулы, и обслуживать там жутких посетителей

Такое событие уже было в прошлом году, по ссылке выше вы можете с ним ознакомиться, скорее всего многие рецепты будут повторяться.

Как и в прошлый раз, после рабочего дня к нам зайдет Дракула и перенесет нас в свой замок.

На скрине выше главная страница события. Всего нас ждет 14 ночей, каждую ночь мы будем обслуживать по 4 чудовища. То есть событие будет длиться две недели, я уже как-то умудрился пропустить один день, но его можно восполнить за кристаллы.

По сравнению с прошлым годом, в магазине появились новые праздничные украшения. В прошлом году я скупил почти все

Также не забывайте, что в саду свой магазин, в котором тоже много всего интересного!

Заказы Дракулы.

В этой статье я решил собрать заказы чудовищ, под каждым чудовищем будут заказы, которые я от него/нее получал. Также вы можете написать свои заказы в комментариях.

Я на новой диете. Дай мне пиццу с грибами и перцем, но для каждого своя половинка.

Сыр, соус, на одной стороне Грибы, на другой Сладкий перец.

Заказы Клоуна.

Кажется, я потеряла свой юмор! Мне нужна очень глупая пицца. Как на счет… грибной пиццы с оливками и луком?

Сыр, Соус, Оливки и Лук.

Заказы мальчика в хоккейной маске.

Как вы думаете, оливки больше похожи на хоккейные шайбы или на жуткие глазные яблоки?

Соус, Сыр, Оливки.

Заказы Мага.

Я хочу сырную пиццу с невидимыми начинками.

Такой заказ уже был, просто Сырная пицца.

Заказы Зомби.

Люди так любят пепперони, что это похоже на болезнь. Фактически … Я мог бы прямо сейчас съесть 3 пиццы пепперони.

Соус, Сыр, Пепперони — 3 штуки.

Заказы Оборотня.

Ой! Эти сырные пиццы ужасно похожи на полнолуние. Если вы дадите мне одну, я превращусь в кровавого оборотня!

Заказы Скелета.

Я ем все белое, чтобы мои кости сверкали, как жемчуг! По крайней мере, я думаю, это помогает.

Мне подойдет полностью белая пицца!

Заказы Эдгара По.

У меня есть Бочонок Амонтильядо и друг в моем подвале. Мне нужны две пиццы с грибами и оливками.

Соус, Сыр, Грибы и Оливки — 2 штуки.

Заказы Ведьмы.

Заказы Чудовища Франкенштейна.

Заказы Русалки.

По мере прохождения я буду добавлять новые рецепты. С Хеллоуином!

Steve Aoki Has a Secret Pizza Chain Called ‘Pizzaoki,’ Now Open in LA, SD and Oakland

After a successful launch last year, Steve Aoki‘s pizza venture “Pizzaoki” has been expanding to more locations.

Aoki, the fourth-highest-paid DJ in the world, has already announced interest in expanding across the country after his first location began serving customers in Los Angeles back in July, reports Forbes.

A post shared by Pizzaoki (@pizzaoki) on Feb 9, 2019 at 11:10am PST

The restaurant, which started delivering in Oakland last month, also recently opened in San Diego as well. In an Instagram post, Aoki revealed plans of opening in Long Beach, Las Vegas, and Chicago next month.

A post shared by Pizzaoki (@pizzaoki) on Feb 9, 2019 at 9:44am PST

Unlike conventional pizzerias, Pizzaoki uses a delivery-only model, utilizing Los Angeles’s Cloud Kitchens, a platform which provides cooking space for multiple LA restaurants. Customers can get their pies via third-party apps such as Postmates and UberEats.

Pizzaoki currently serves eight types of pizzas that are served on Aoki’s “lit herb infused dough with Mama Aoki’s homemade pizza sauce.” Each pizza is creatively named with references to Aoki and his music career, such as the pepperoni version called “Steveroni” and the supreme version called “mayhem.”

Image via Instagram/ pizzaoki

Family Style Co. founder Lawrence Vavra, who co-founded Pizzaoki with Aoki, told Berkeleyside that they are also planning to open in Berkeley soon.

Family Style, an umbrella company which operates a total of 12 pizza brands, is looking for spaces to operate at other neighborhoods throughout the Bay Area, including Rockridge, San Francisco, and San Jose.

Featured image via Instagram / pizzaoki

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Mega-DJ Steve Aoki Wants to Be the Next Big Player in the Pizza Delivery Game

Los Angeles-based Pizzaoki is set for national expansion, but the delivery-only model may prove challenging

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With “Papa” John Schnatter going through a months-long meltdown and his eponymous company suffering the consequences, there appears to be an opening for a new player in the celebrity-fronted pizza-delivery market. Enter Pizzaoki, a new business co-founded by famous disc jockey Steve Aoki, who happens to be the fourth-highest-paid DJ on Earth. Pizzaoki launched in Los Angeles, and, according to Forbes, it is poised for major expansion across the country, and, maybe someday, the world. Here are some questions you may have about the burgeoning celebrity-owned pizza delivery operation, plus all the answers.

Who is Steve Aoki, exactly?

As previously mentioned, the 40-year-old is an extremely successful DJ. Aoki’s accolades include Best Set of the Season at the 2007 DJ Awards and Best Mix Album of the Year at the 2008 Billboard Awards. He’s been nominated for one Grammy, which he lost out on to Skrillex in 2013. Aoki has also appeared in several television episodes and movies, typically playing himself, as a famous person often does in such cameos.

Also, his late father, Rocky, founded the ubiquitous Japanese steakhouse chain Benihana, which is so revered it was the setting for the greatest Christmas episode in the history of the American Office. One might not think a DJ has the required skills to run restaurants, but as he tells Forbes, Aoki already counts himself as an investor in five other restaurants, including a partnership with his brother in Bluetree Cafe, which boasts three locations in Hawai’i. He has the business in his genes.

What’s the Pizzaoki business model?

It actually has pretty low overhead. Since coming online July 9, the restaurant has operated out of Los Angeles’s Cloud Kitchens, which provides cooking space for multiple LA restaurants. It’s delivery only, with pies arriving at customers’ doors via third-party apps such as Postmates and UberEats. As a DJ, Aoki is no stranger to late hours, and Pizzaoki is appropriately open late: Sunday through Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. and Thursday through Saturday from 4 p.m. to 4 a.m. Of all Aoki’s restaurant investments, this is his first foray into the delivery-only sector.

Aoki is attempting to forge ahead where others have failed. The delivery-only model for restaurants has been pegged as The Next Big Thing in recent years, partly due to the success of third-party restaurant-delivery startups. However, execution of the idea may be more difficult than conception. In May 2017, New York City-based delivery-only establishment Maple, which counted celebrity chef David Chang as an investor, shut down. Less than a year later, Chang’s own delivery-only spot, Ando, followed suit. Last year in San Francisco, Young Fava’s delivery-only experiment lasted less than two months. This came on the heels of another Fog City delivery-only business, Sprig, going under.

So, Aoki may be facing a tougher path to delivery-only glory than he realizes, but, in his favor, chain pizza has been perceived by Americans as a delivery-only food for decades.

What’s on the menu?

Pizzaoki serves eight pizzas, with names that reference Aoki and his music career, and ingredients that reference weed — the base of each pie is his “lit herb-infused” dough. The sauce is his purportedly his mother’s homemade recipe. The most elaborate pizza is Aoki’s take on the supreme. Officially known at his restaurant as “mayhem” — that’s the name of a Steve Aoki song, by the way — it’s topped with mozzarella cheeses, sliced pepperoni, ground sausage, meatballs, mushrooms, black olives, red onions, sweet onions, red bell peppers, and green bell peppers. Purists will be disappointed to learn there is a pineapple pizza, the “turbulence,” which also comes with mozzarella cheese, sliced pepperoni, and homemade garlic ranch sauce. No doubt, Guy Fieri will be stopping by to proclaim this creation as “totally out of bounds” in the near future.

Does Pizzaoki have any celebrity endorsements?

Of course Pizzaoki has celebrity endorsements. Just take a look at this Instagram video featuring actor and famous weed-smoker Tommy Chong, enjoying a slice with his own personal stash of “oregano.”

Pizzaoki – Steve Aoki’s New Pizza Chain

With “Papa” John Schnatter going through a months-long meltdown and his eponymous company suffering the consequences, there appears to be an opening for a new player in the celebrity-fronted pizza-delivery market. Enter Pizzaoki, a new business co-founded by famous disc jockey Steve Aoki, who happens to be the fourth-highest-paid DJ on Earth. Pizzaoki launched in Los Angeles, and, according to Forbes, it is poised for major expansion across the country, and, maybe someday, the world. Here are some questions you may have about the burgeoning celebrity-owned pizza delivery operation, plus all the answers.

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Who is Steve Aoki, exactly?

As previously mentioned, the 40-year-old is an extremely successful DJ. Aoki’s accolades include Best Set of the Season at the 2007 DJ Awards and Best Mix Album of the Year at the 2008 Billboard Awards. He’s been nominated for one Grammy, which he lost out on to Skrillex in 2013. Aoki has also appeared in several television episodes and movies, typically playing himself, as a famous person often does in such cameos.

Also, his late father, Rocky, founded the ubiquitous Japanese steakhouse chain Benihana, which is so revered it was the setting for the greatest Christmas episode in the history of the American Office. One might not think a DJ has the required skills to run restaurants, but as he tells Forbes, Aoki already counts himself as an investor in five other restaurants, including a partnership with his brother in Bluetree Cafe, which boasts three locations in Hawai’i. He has the business in his genes.

What’s the Pizzaoki business model?

It actually has pretty low overhead. Since coming online July 9, the restaurant has operated out of Los Angeles’s Cloud Kitchens, which provides cooking space for multiple LA restaurants. It’s delivery only, with pies arriving at customers’ doors via third-party apps such as Postmates and UberEats. As a DJ, Aoki is no stranger to late hours, and Pizzaoki is appropriately open late: Sunday through Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. and Thursday through Saturday from 4 p.m. to 4 a.m. Of all Aoki’s restaurant investments, this is his first foray into the delivery-only sector.

Aoki is attempting to forge ahead where others have failed. The delivery-only model for restaurants has been pegged as The Next Big Thing in recent years, partly due to the success of third-party restaurant-delivery startups. However, execution of the idea may be more difficult than conception. In May 2017, New York City-based delivery-only establishment Maple, which counted celebrity chef David Chang as an investor, shut down. Less than a year later, Chang’s own delivery-only spot, Ando, followed suit. Last year in San Francisco, Young Fava’s delivery-only experiment lasted less than two months. This came on the heels of another Fog City delivery-only business, Sprig, going under.

So, Aoki may be facing a tougher path to delivery-only glory than he realizes, but, in his favor, chain pizza has been perceived by Americans as a delivery-only food for decades.

Pizzaoki serves eight pizzas, with names that reference Aoki and his music career, and ingredients that reference weed.

What’s on the menu?

Pizzaoki serves eight pizzas, with names that reference Aoki and his music career, and ingredients that reference weed — the base of each pie is his “lit herb-infused” dough. The sauce is his purportedly his mother’s homemade recipe. The most elaborate pizza is Aoki’s take on the supreme. Officially known at his restaurant as “mayhem” — that’s the name of a Steve Aoki song, by the way — it’s topped with mozzarella cheeses, sliced pepperoni, ground sausage, meatballs, mushrooms, black olives, red onions, sweet onions, red bell peppers, and green bell peppers. Purists will be disappointed to learn there is a pineapple pizza, the “turbulence,” which also comes with mozzarella cheese, sliced pepperoni, and homemade garlic ranch sauce. No doubt, Guy Fieri will be stopping by to proclaim this creation as “totally out of bounds” in the near future.

Does Pizzaoki have any celebrity endorsements?

Endorsements include the infamous Tommy Chong!

What do the customers think of Pizzaoki?

So far, the business is receiving generally positive reviews. “I love the music, but the pizza is AMAZING!” one satisfied customer writes on Facebook, where Pizzaoki has garnered 4.3 out of five stars. Yelpers have been a little more critical, doling out a 3.5-star rating. “It was good the next day when I ate a cold slice, like a heathen, after coming home through LA traffic,” opines one diner. “It was even a decent price. But, in the end, this was pizza.”

Are there haters?

Of course there are haters. Nobody wants to believe in a DJ-turned-pizza entrepreneur. “I love Steve Aoki but even he would be disappointed in what his pizza chefs are sending out to people,” says a less-than-enthused Yelper. Nevertheless, Aoki is undeterred.

“We faced the skepticism issue from the start, and it was one of the first conversations that we had,” he tells Forbes. “I already faced skepticism as an artist coming out of the gate. Of course, I still have the haters out there that want to bring me down on just the music side. I remember when I got my first Grammy nomination with my first album, and some of the music community were skeptical of a DJ coming into that space. The only way to battle it is by turning out quality content, quality service.”

What is Pizzaoki’s expansion plan?

Aoki and his business partner, Lawrence Vavra, are looking to ride the momentum that has come from their buzzy introduction in Los Angeles. The two reportedly want to open as many as seven more locations around LA and Southern California before the end of this year. Next year, they’ll add a San Diego establishment; head north to set up shop in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley; and look beyond the Golden State to markets in Boston, Chicago, Miami, and New York City, totaling 15 to 20 locations around the country, by Vavra’s estimates.

What’s more, Aoki is already thinking about expanding across the Atlantic Ocean.

“Well, it’s kind of funny because I’ve been touring all summer and Pizzaoki is doing incredible, incredible numbers and getting an incredible response in LA, and all the interviews that I have been doing here in Europe and every single journalist wants to know when we’re bringing Pizzaoki to their country,” he tells Forbes. “When LV and I first sat down, we decided to conquer LA first then California and then the United States, that was the plan, but now the world is asking for it too. It’s so exciting to think I could bring Pizzaoki to Germany, Spain, France, and Italy, I mean, that’s the home of Pizza so who knows where we’ll end up going.”

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