The year was 1985. It was a magical time when hair defied gravity, neon spandex defied explanation, and pizza came in one of two choices: tasty or cheap, but that would soon change.
In September, we swung our door open for the first time and introduced Albertans to our dream of delivering great value on top-notch food. Like Cabbage Patch Kids, our unique melange of palate pleasing pizzas at pocketbook-protecting prices caught on fast. Almost over night – give or take 24 months – 17 new Pizza 73 outlets popped up in Edmonton and Calgary.