Slice House to open new location on Peninsula

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(KRON) — San Franciso’s celebrity pizza chef and Bay Area Native Tony Gemignani will open the 11th Slice House location in Mountain View this spring.

“We look forward to our expansion into Silicon Valley given our deep history and success in the Bay Area, from San Francisco and Walnut Creek to local sports venues like Levi’s Stadium and Oracle Park,” said Founder Tony Gemignani.

The new restaurant will be located at 2565 California Street, Suite 501, in the Village at San Antonio Center. The Mountain View Slice House will be franchised and operated by Pritika Rajasanshi.

“I am confident the new Slice House location will quickly become a dining destination in Mountain View and among greater Silicon Valley communities,” Rajasanshi said.

The Mountain View location will be the first Slice House in Silicon Valley, barring Levi’s Stadium. It will seat 34 indoor diners and 15 outdoor diners and bring 30 part- and full-time jobs to Mountain View. It will also offer takeout, online ordering and delivery and will be open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Gemignani was born and raised in Fremont. He is a 13-time world pizza champion. He opened the first Slice House in North Beach, San Francisco, in 2009.

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