Iron Born Pizza

Iron Born Pizza is a Detroit style pizza company that is looking to refinance and open up their first full-service restaurant in Pittsburgh with bar seating, local beers, and cocktails. 

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Iron Born Pizza was forged out of a desire to bring a new style of pizza to the Pittsburgh area. Chef Pete tried Detroit-Style pizza for the first time on a trip to Colorado, ironically, and knew that he had to share this with Pittsburgh. Characterized by a 48-hour fermented dough and highly flavorful and unique toppings, Iron Born Pizza has been changing the way that Pittsburghers think of pizza entirely. 

We currently are renovating a corner restaurant in the heart of the Strip District, just down the street from our original location! We will have a full bar with cocktails, fine wines, and local beers. Our newest addition to the menu will be fresh made pasta in house, with four different sauces that you will be able to mix and match. 

With that, we have to install all new plumbing, venting, and a dish machine to ensure food safety. We need an electrical upgrade for a walk-in cooler, and we need to purchase a top of the line Pizzamaster Pizza Oven. We'll also be installing garage doors for people to walk up to the standing bar and see the action inside the kitchen. Check out how you can support our campaign below!

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