UPDATE – May 7, 2013 – The grand opening for Pirate Cove Pizza has been rescheduled for Thursday, May 9 and will run for two weeks. Pirate Cove Pizza will offer a full menu including flat bread pizza, deep dish pizza, garlic knots with cheese fondue dipping sauce, desserts and more. Kids specials start at $4.49 which includes free game tokens; various pizza and entrée specials will run throughout the two-week grand opening. Pirate Cove will be open for lunch and dinner, Monday-Saturday. Curing the grand opening, guests can enter to win pizza for a year with no purchase necessary. Telephone Pirate Cove Pizza: 435-652-1111.
ST. GEORGE – Pirates once again invade St. George with the opening of Pirate Cove Pizza at 1091 North Bluff, Suite 801, in the same location as the former Pirate Island Pizza which closed in 2011. After the building sat empty for two years, a new ownership group, Black Beard Foods LLC, saw the potential and the opportunity to bring the operation back to Southern Utah with many enhancements.
Under new ownership, Pirate Cove Pizza hopes to bring a missing element to the Southern Utah entertainment landscape.
“Our owners are local and care about this community,” said Lisa Boulet, manager of Pirate Cove Pizza. “They realized that St. George needs an establishment like this where families can come and experience something truly out of the ordinary and enter a new world of Pirates, ships, hidden treasures and mystery.”
Pirate Cove Pizza will be an important part of the community already adding more than 75 employees with more being added prior to opening.
Pirate Cove Pizza offers an experience unlike anything else in the region. The restaurant is one of the largest in the state at just over 17,000 square feet and features a life-size pirate ship, dark caves, palm trees, forts, tiki settings and a serene enchanted forest. Each one of the features comes alive with full audio and animatronics similar to that of a theme park including talking skeletons, monkeys, birds and a pirate fight scene complete with firing cannons.
“In addition to the experience, one of the things we set out to do was to provide incredible food services so while children are playing the arcade, parents can enjoy an incredible meal,” said Janny Caldwell, also a manager of Pirate Cove Pizza. “We have really focused on the quality of the food and will be introducing items new to Southern Utah such as flat bread pizza, true deep dish pizza and meatball sliders.”
The menu will feature delicious pizza offerings including deep dish, flat bread and traditional pizzas. Other menu items include sandwiches, pastas, salads, rolls, soups and desserts.
Pirate Cove Pizza can accommodate parties of up to 200 individuals in its upstairs dining room and can seat over 380 guests. A grand opening is scheduled beginning May 7 and will run for 2 weeks during which guests can enter to win pizza for a year with no purchase necessary.
For additional information visit the company’s website.
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