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Johnny's New York Style Pizzeria


7011 Manchester Blvd G

Alexandria, VA 22310

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$4.95 Delivery

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Georgia (20)

Newnan1899 Newnan Crossing BlvdNewnan, GA 30265View menu
Bonaire778 Ga Highway 96Bonaire, GA 31005View menu
Cumming3490 Keith Bridge RdCumming, GA 30041View menu
Macon6255 Zebulon RdMacon, GA 31210View menu
Powder Springs1050 Richard D Sailors PkwyPowder Springs, GA 30127View menu
Cumming2115 Market Pl BlvdCumming, GA 30041View menu
Loganville4132 Atlanta HwyLoganville, GA 30052View menu
Covington10176 Carlin DrCovington, GA 30014View menu
Fayetteville230 Glynn St NFayetteville, GA 30214View menu
Hiram66 Hiram Douglasville HwyHiram, GA 30141View menu
Acworth3451 Cobb Pkwy NWAcworth, GA 30101View menu
Marietta3718 Dallas HwyMarietta, GA 30064View menu
Jasper744 Noah DrJasper, GA 30143View menu
Sandy Springs7887 Roswell RdSandy Springs, GA 30350View menu
Buford4108 Hamilton Mill RdBuford, GA 30519View menu
Canton559 Riverstone PkwyCanton, GA 30114View menu
Roswell550 W Crossville RdRoswell, GA 30075View menu
Grayson2023 Grayson HwyGrayson, GA 30017View menu
Lawrenceville3157 Sugarloaf PkwyLawrenceville, GA 30045View menu
Rockmart1735 Nathan Dean BypassRockmart, GA 30153View menu

Virginia (1)

At 16 years old, Bruce Jackson was flipping pizza at the original Johnny’s Pizza in Manlius, New York. He loved the business: serving piping hot pizza — always made with fresh, authentic ingredients — to happy customers, sitting down with the locals on a Friday night for a slice, or feeding the high school football team after a win. He saw opportunity. And he wanted to build his own. Most of our franchise operators are familiar with the feeling.

In three short years, Bruce opened a Johnny’s Pizza just off the Syracuse University campus with Johnny’s younger brother Rosario. After six years of success there, Bruce and a new business partner, Scott Allen, were ready for a move to warmer weather! Atlanta, Georgia is where they landed. In 1977, Bruce and Scott wrote “Now Open” on a pizza box, stuck it in the front window of their storefront in Atlanta, and started selling pizza. One year later, they opened a second store. As entrepreneurs, they saw bigger potential in the brand and the business model they’d so carefully fine-tuned. In 1994, they officially began to franchise.

You could be eating pizza in less than an hour!

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