John's Incredible Pizza

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John's Incredible Pizza Company
Private
Industry Entertainment/restaurant
Founded 1997 in Victorville, California
Founder John Parlet
Number of locations
10 locations in California and Oregon
Slogan "All You Can Eat Food & Fun!"
Website www.johnspizza.com

John’s Incredible Pizza Company is an American all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant and entertainment business founded by John Parlet in 1997. The company has 10 locations on the United States West Coast. Its corporate office is located in Rancho Santa Margarita, California. In 2008 John's received the Emerging Growth Award, from the Orange County chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth.

Menu[edit]

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John's features a buffet format which includes pizza, pasta, breadsticks, soup, salad, fried chicken, baked, fried (either French Fries or " Mojo" style) or mashed potatoes, corn, steamed vegetables, drinks (soft drinks,tea,icee,coffee, hot chocolate) {note: Beer & Wine is also available but not as a part of the "all you care to eat & drink" buffet format} and desserts.

Themed dining rooms[edit]

Each John’s location is approximately 60,000 square feet and has five or six themed dining rooms depending on location.

  • Cabin Fever is similar to a Lake Tahoe-style environment with pine chairs, log covered walls and a fireplace.
  • Toon Time Theatre plays cartoons on the television (either programming by Cartoon Network's Boomerang or Disney Junior depending on location) and projection screens throughout the room.
  • Hall of Fame is like a sports bar with team memorabilia and games on the big-screen televisions.
  • Vertical Room is an extreme sports room where the customer can watch motocross racing, extreme golf, surfing or snowboarding.
  • Fusion Room, or the retreat room, is a room that plays music videos.
  • The Veranda Room is an adult-centered tropical-themed dining room that presents a resort-like atmosphere with windows and wood furnishings.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Luna, Nancy (July 13, 2009). "Is new pizza parlor biggest in O.C.?". Orange County Register. 

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