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New style of Dominos arrives in Hall County
Pizzeria changes includes 'pizza theater,' expanded dining area
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Domino’s Pizza in Flowery Branch has expanded its dining room area as well as added a pizza viewing window that encourages customers to watch their pizza being made. The Hog Mountain Road location has been in operation for 15 years prior to the establishment’s recent renovation. - photo by Erin O. Smith

A new style of Domino’s Pizza has arrived in the Hall County area, with fresh looks for the franchise at many Hall County locations.

After formerly catering primarily to take-out orders, the restaurants now include an expanded dining room area as well as a viewing window that encourages customers to watch their pizza being made.

Greg Fox, franchisee of the location on Hog Mountain in Flowery Branch and several others around the Hall County area, referred to the new food preparation set-up as “our pizza theater concept, and all of our stores will soon be transitioning to that look.”

He said all of the new restaurants “will have counter seating where you can watch your pizza being made. It’s something we call ‘the dough show.’”

One of the most recently renovated locations — at 4481 Hog Mountain Road, Flowery Branch — has been in operation for 15 years prior to the establishment’s recent face-lift. The Flowery Branch location reopened three weeks ago.

Fox said that with the expansion comes a host of new menu items and new technology, including a digital readout of all orders placed so that customers can see the progress of their order.

“We’re excited about the new set-up,” Fox said.

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