MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza Company, an authentic Neapolitan restaurant with a mission to bring friends together, will be creating more than 50 jobs in King of Prussia with its first restaurant opening in Pennsylvania. They are currently accepting applications for a variety of roles, including: Fornaio, Stretcher, Pizzaiolo, Salad Chef, Concierge, Barista, Quality Assurance, Kitchen, and Dining Room. MidiCi is thrilled to be uniting residents and visitors of King of Prussia over high quality, authentic Neapolitan pizza, as well as helping to grow the local economy.
MidiCi serves traditional Neapolitan cuisine with natural, fresh, non-GMO ingredients. Guests and friends can select from traditional and signature menu options or create personalized Neapolitan pizzas in an open kitchen fashion, also known as “the heart,” all baked to perfection. Acclaimed Los Angeles-based restaurateur and executive chef Peppe Miele along with chef Mario Vollera, both Italian natives and world renowned Neapolitan pizza chefs, created the menu with authentic Neapolitan offerings to ensure a real Neapolitan pizza experience – from artisan burratas and traditional Neapolitan pizzas to fresh salads and house-made meatballs. MidiCi provides pizza aficionados with an upscale dining ambiance, designed by the acclaimed Los Angeles hotel and restaurant designer and architect Sam Marshall, while maintaining the affordability of casual dining. The space beckons guests to visit and celebrate memories over an exquisite meal next to a signature indoor live tree.
“We’re proud of the fact that when we open a new MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza location, we’re not just offering genuine Italian fare, but we’re also creating a number of jobs that can help impact the local economy,” said Amit Kleinberger, CEO and co-founder of MidiCi. “We feel confident that we will find some motivated and passionate candidates to help MidiCi make its mark on King of Prussia.”
“We’re in search of motivated, enthusiastic individuals who will bring an exceptional experience to all of our guests,” said local King of Prussia franchisee, Philip Fisher. “We look forward to building a team of friends that can help not only serve the most delicious and authentic Neapolitan cuisine, but also create a genuine relationship with the local King of Prussia community.”
Named “Pennsylvania’s hottest zip code” by PennLive.com, King of Prussia has grown to become the Philadelphia region’s largest suburb, and has gained national recognition as a top suburban market in North America. With 17 projects totaling $1 billion under development in 2016, King of Prussia shows no signs of slowing down. According to the King of Prussia District’s 2017 Report to the Community, King of Prussia boats more than 6.9 million square feet of restaurant and retail space, 31 new-to-market restaurants, nearly 7.7 million square feet of commercial office space, and more than 2,000 new residential units, making it a highly desirable destination for retailers, businesses and residents from across the nation.
“King of Prussia enjoys an international reputation for being the Philadelphia region’s best location for retail and dining. In the past two years alone, over 100 restaurants and retailers, including many first-to-market, have opened their doors in King of Prussia,” said Eric Goldstein, Executive Director, King of Prussia District. “We are pleased to now welcome MidiCi to our ever-growing list of high quality dining options for employees, residents and visitors.”
MidiCi is growing all across the country, with over 400 locations slated to open across the country within the next 6 years. The goal is to scale the success of MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza flagship location, a 4,300 square foot space in Los Angeles, CA, which has amassed over 1,000 rave reviews and a 4.5 out of 5-star rating on Yelp since its opening in June 2015.
MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza Company King of Prussia is located in King of Prussia Town Center at 201 Main St. #100 King of Prussia, PA 19406 and is scheduled to open in May, 2017.
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