Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Six Ways to Celebrate National Pizza Day



Happy National Pizza Day! Here are some fun ways to celebrate the best day of the year!


National Pizza Day falls on February 9. Yes, you can celebrate by simply having a slice of pizza, but here are six suggestions to make the most of this special day:


1) Have a Pizza Party

Since National Pizza Day falls on a Thursday, chances are you may be stuck at the office. Whether that’s the case or not, get all of your friends or coworkers together and order a variety of pies for everyone to try. 

2) Go On a Pizza Crawl

Ever heard of a pizza crawl? It’s exactly what you’re thinking: a bar crawl but for pizzas. Sign up for an organized tour in your nearest city or simply plan a route of pizzerias in the area. Grab a friend, and see who can eat the most pizza!

3) Wear Pizza Clothing

Can’t get your hands on pizza on this special day? No problem. You can still celebrate by dressing the part. There are pizza onesies, shirts, socks, hats, and virtually any piece of clothing that is pizza-themed. Check out these on Etsy.


4) Make a Homemade Pizza

Sometimes nothing is more comforting than a homemade meal. To make a pizza, you can purchase the dough pre-made or make it from scratch. Gather your favorite ingredients and toppings, throw it all together and put it in the oven. Here’s a recipe on how to make a simple yet delicious pizza at home.

5) Surprise a Friend with a Pie

Random acts of kindness? More like random acts of pizza. People love surprises no matter what shape or form it comes in. Whether you order a pizza to your significant other’s office or to your grandmother’s nursing home, it is guaranteed to put a smile on their face.

6) Come Up with a Pizza Bucket List

Have you been dying to check out the new pizzeria that opened in town? Or try out a gluten-free or vegan pizza? Whether it’s wanting to consume different styles of pizza or traveling all over the world for the best slice, grab a piece of paper and start writing down your pizza to-do list.