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Pizza Studio opening soon in Burbank

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Photo: FLLewis/Media City G -- Pizza Studio moving into the vacant Quizno's location 3619 West Magnolia Boulevard, Burbank 91505 April 2, 2014

Photo: FLLewis/Media City G — Pizza Studio moving into the vacant Quizno’s location 3619 West Magnolia Boulevard, Burbank 91505 April 2, 2014

The Quizno’s sandwich fast food outlet near the intersection of West Magnolia Boulevard and North Hollywood Way in Burbank is getting new life as a Pizza Studio. This is a high-profile location, right across from the always busy Porto’s Bakery and Cafe. Despite the primo address, the Quizno’s had struggled for some time — you rarely saw more than one or two customers in the place. It shut down shortly after the restaurant chain, which offers toasted submarine sandwiches, filed for bankruptcy  protection last month.

Today construction is underway at the site to turn it into a Pizza Studio, which allows you to build your own tasty pie from various types of dough, sauces, and unlimited toppings for about $8 bucks. Their motto: “Create Your Own Masterpiece.” The Los Angeles based company opened its first build-your-own pizza joint last year near USC and is expanding quickly.

Right now in the Southland, there are Pizza Studios in Los Angeles, Buena Park, and one set to open soon in Mission Viejo.

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2 Responses to Pizza Studio opening soon in Burbank

  1. DixieFlyer Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 2:01 am #

    Miss Fronnie you’ re onto something GOOD!!!!

    As a matter of FACT, so GOOD that Mr. Tim on semichorus’s blog may need to switch his favorite brand on Tuesday Nite’s.

    Your tip was spot on with Romancing the Bean.

    Any tip’s you’d care to share about NEW City Council candidates to fill the two “empty” seats to be “filled” in the next Election?

  2. Fronnie Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 3:56 am #

    Dixie,

    At this point, I will make a comment about the candidate who has announced for the city council race in 2015. I think anyone who wants to see Chris Rizzotti in action should watch him during planning board meetings. Also, during those meetings one might notice a certain chairperson, who has run for city council before, and just might be thinking of running again. Is that one of the reasons Rizzotti announced so early — to discourage that chairperson from jumping into the race for one of the two council seats up in 2015?

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