Celebrate National Pizza Month During October at 900 Degrees

Celebrate National Pizza Month at 900 Degrees

October is National Pizza Month! Are you ready to celebrate at 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria?

In honor of National Pizza Month, 900 Degrees is offering great deals on pizza in Manchester, New Hampshire. To participate in the festivities, Like or Follow 900 Degrees on Facebook. Throughout the month of October, we will post weekly pizza-themed trivia questions to really make you think. Comment on any of these posts for your chance to win a 900 Degrees gift certificate!

As an added bonus, anyone who signs up for the 900 Degrees enewsletter during October will be entered to win FREE PIZZA FOR A YEAR! Some restrictions apply:

  • One entry per person.
  • Contest valid for new, first-time enews subscribers only.
  • Coupons are redeemable for ONE pizza at 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria during the month listed on the coupon.
  • Coupons are not redeemable for cash.
  • Lost or stolen coupons cannot be replaced.
  • Coupons cannot be combined with any other promotions, contests, discounts, etc.

Click here to subscribe to the 900 Degrees Insider enewsletter.

Earn 900 Bonus Birthday Bucks!

Did you know that 900 Degrees enews subscribers who provide their birthday month receive a special birthday present from us?

If you are subscribed and provide your birthday month, you will receive a special birthday coupon on the first day of your birthday month to use on any day during that month. It is our gift to you in appreciation of being a 900 Degrees customer!

But Wait … There’s More!

Starting in August 2021, we are also giving out Bonus Birthday Bucks!

All you have to do to score Bonus Birthday Bucks is post a picture of you using your enews birthday coupon on Facebook or Instagram – Tag 900 Degrees – and use #900BirthdayBucks to receive your *BONUS* BUCKS for a future visit!

Some restrictions apply:

  • Minimum $25.00 purchase
  • One coupon per visit
  • Tax and gratuity not included
  • No cash value
  • Cannot be combined with other discounts, promotions, or coupons

Once you post your #900BirthdayBucks picture, our team will reach out to you via Facebook or Instagram so that we can mail the bonus coupon to you.

We look forward to seeing your birthday smiles!

Haven’t subscribed to our enews yet?

We love showing our appreciation to our loyal customers! Along with this exclusive birthday coupon, we send insider tips, upcoming events, specials and promotions to our subscribers weekly. Would you like to join the 900 Degrees community?

Click here to sign up today! Be sure to provide your birthday month to receive your coupon!

NH Eats Local at 900 Degrees

During the month of August, 900 Degrees is partnering with NH Eats Local to spread the important message of eating and supporting local farmers, restaurants, and food producers in New Hampshire. For 31 days, we will rally around the bounty of our wonderful state.

900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria lives free and eats local because supporting farm, fish, and food in New Hampshire is a part of our values as a Granite Stater. Buying from New Hampshire’s small businesses stimulates the state’s economy and supports friends and neighbors to foster vibrant communities.

Help us celebrate local food all August long during NH Eats Local Month by snapping a picture at our restaurant and tagging 900 Degrees and @nheatslocal.

Check Out 900 Degrees in Forbes

Below is an excerpt from an article originally appearing on Forbes by Wendy Altschuler.

Click here to read the article on the Forbes website.

The Granite State’s ethos is “Live Free or Die” and that tells you something about America’s ninth state. Divided into three distinct regions—the forested White Mountains in the north, the hills and lake region of the central and southern expanses, and the coastal lowlands bordering the Atlantic Ocean—New Hampshire packs a punch for such a petite state in New England. It’s no wonder Seth Myers, Adam Sandler, Mandy Moore, Sarah Silverman, Robert Frost, and J.D. Salinger have all lived here. Keep reading to learn about 5 wonderful things to do here this summer.

Explore the Small Town of Meredith

Situated in the lakes region, Meredith is a cozy resort town nestled on Meredith Bay between Lake Winnipesaukee and Lake Waukewan. Shop and dine at Mill Falls Marketplace (yes, there’s a Ben & Jerrys as well as a cute bookstore), follow the Meredith Sculpture Walk, experience award-winning wines made from locally grown and foraged fruit and raw honey at Hermit Woods Winery, and be sure to carve out a few hours for beer tasting inside of an 1850s barn at Twin Barns Brewing Co. (the Lake Cruiser IPA and Sandbar Blonde are popular choices).

With fewer people, access to nature, and old-fashioned charm, this is a destination that travel-starved vacationers have been pining for. As the kids say these days, “it’s aesthetic”.

Hike at Crawford Notch State Park
Popular scenic trails at Crawford Notch State Park, a 5,775-acre wonderland situated in the White Mountains, include The Saco River Trail, Ripley Falls, Arethusa Falls, and Frankenstein Cliff Trail. You’ll find that the trailheads are easily accessible from the parking areas and the paths are well marked. Wear sturdy and comfortable hiking shoes or boots and consider bringing trekking poles for the rocky, often muddy, and root-y terrain.

The drive from one end of the state park to the other, where you’ll see sugar maples, white oaks, blue spruces, black walnuts and Eastern white pines, is also quite lovely—likely you’ll want to roll down your windows and let that fresh New Hampshire mountain air fill up your nostrils. Pull over at multiple spots along the way to photograph wildflowers—you’ll see purple aster, buttercups, and lady’s slipper.

Where to Sleep: White Mountains

For rugged accommodations in the White Mountains region of New Hampshire, stay at Huttopia White Mountains, where you’ll find a lake for swimming and kayaking, an outdoor pool, an Airstream food truck, fire pits, and activities like volleyball, ping pong, and basketball. Huttopia is like a sleepaway camp for friends, couples, and families.

Nearby activities include hiking at: Mount Washington, Mount Chocorua, Cathedral Ledge, Diana’s Baths, Echo Lake State Park and the White Mountain National Forest.

Another fantastic option, perfect for travelers who desire more upscale accommodations, is the newly renovated The White Mountain Hotel and Resort, located in North Conway. You’ll enjoy the year-round heated hot tub and swimming pool, outdoor fire pit, spa services, on-site dining, golf, and stunning mountain views.

You’ll be near picturesque North Conway Village, where you can nosh on signature pizzas at FIRE by Wicked Fresh and explore the shops of North Conway—the Penguin Gallery and Zeb’s General Store are worth a visit.

Wander Concord
New Hampshire’s capital city, Concord, has recently experienced a $14 million dollar makeover of its historic Main Street. Pop in Gibson’s Bookstore, an independent shop since 1898; Pitchfork Records, open since 1973; Viking House, a European gift shop; and Granite State Candy Shop, established in 1927.

You’ll find much to do, see and eat in the cultural heart of the state, which includes the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, and the flashy New Hampshire State House.

No trip to Concord, or New Hampshire for that matter, is complete without a meal at the Common Man, a local staple for over 50 years. Owner, Alex Ray, has opened more than 15 restaurants, two Common Man inns, a spa, a company store, the Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center, and the Common Man Roadside, with multiple locations. If there was ever a king of New Hampshire, Ray would earn the title hands down.

Paddle the Contoocook River

Beyond Concord’s downtown, just 15 minutes, make your way to Contoocook River Canoe Company for some paddle time on the water. Flanked by forests and beaches, you’ll notice plenty of wildlife like osprey, ducks, blue herons, king fishers, and beavers. If time and weather allow, kayak two easy miles upriver where you’ll reach Daisy Beach, a picture-perfect spot for eating al fresco and swimming.

Discover Manchester

With a population of nearly 113 thousand residents, Manchester, located along the Merrimack River, is the state’s largest city with easy access to Boston, New York City, and Philadelphia. You’ll find that there’s plenty to explore here: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Zimmerman House via the Currier Museum of Art, Millyard Museum and Bedrock Gardens (30 minutes west of the city).

Eat your way through the city where there’s no shortage of fun foodstuffs like maple donuts and spiced cider. Fan favorites include: Thirsty Moose Taphouse; Red Arrow Diner, a hot spot for presidential candidates on the campaign trail and famous stars like Kevin Costner, Adam Sandler, and Martha Stewart; The Hop Knot; The Birch on Elm; North End Bistro; 900 Degrees; and Firefly American Bistro & Bar, a lively eatery featuring house-infused raspberry mules.

Where to Sleep: Manchester

To get the inside scoop on the best local restaurants, attractions, and off-the-beaten-path experiences, book your accommodations at the lovely Ash Street Inn Boutique Bed and Breakfast, a Victorian home built in 1885. With only five guest rooms, you’ll be the top priority for innkeepers, Rob and Margit Wezwick. Expect a full hearty breakfast and round-the-clock snacks and drinks as well as unique rooms with all of the comforts of home.

This beautiful inn will be your home base for adventures beyond. One of the best beaches in the state, Hampton Beach, for example, is just 40 minutes east of the inn.

For another in-town option, stay in a themed Airbnb rental at The Factory, Manchester’s newest mixed-use haven for artists and creatives.

Apply to Work for 900 Degrees!

Do you know someone looking to take the next step in their hospitality career? Share the news that 900 Degrees is hiring!

Check out our open positions on our Facebook page.

Whether you are looking to learn a new skill, get creative with recipes, or have fun in a fast-paced atmosphere – working at 900 Degrees offers the perfect balance of fine cuisine in a comfortable environment.

Some of the perks include employee and family meal discounts, along with paid vacation for Full-Time employees after one year.

If you’re interested in joining our award-winning team, Apply Online Today!

900 Degrees Participating in Love, Tito’s Movement

For every Tito’s handmade vodka featured cocktail sold at 900 Degrees through September 15th, Tito’s will donate $1 to Families in Transition/New Horizon. This is part of the Love, Tito’s movement – a nationwide movement to make the world a better place.

The 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria featured cocktail is called “Who’s a Good Boy” and includes Tito’s handmade vodka, cointreau, fresh lemon & lime juices, and simple syrup. It is served on frosty rocks with or without a salted rim.

We are very grateful to Tito’s and their efforts to give back to causes, efforts and organizations that move them. Through Love, Tito’s, their team has supported thousands of causes.

Stop by the restaurant to try this delicious cocktail while supporting an amazing cause!

Watch 900 Degrees on WMUR-TV

We feel so LUCKY to have had the opportunity to appear on Cook’s Corner on WMUR-TV today. As a part of our segment, Teddy shows the public how to make Mussels fra diavolo, a 900 Degrees appetizer favorite.

Mussels fra diavolo is a tasty dish consisting of PEI mussels, quick fired in house tomato sauce with red wine, garlic, crushed red pepper and fresh basil. It is served with crusty Italian bread. Have you had a chance to try this yummy app?

Cook’s Corner aired today at noon on WMUR. Don’t worry if you missed it, as the segment will be reairing  on March 21, 2021 at 6:20 AM and 8:20 AM.

Click here to watch the video right on the WMUR website.

It’s Time to Rally for NH Restaurants!

900 Degrees needs you! We’re part of the statewide effort to increase patronage of local restaurants as the COVID-19 pandemic wears on. The New Hampshire Lodging & Restaurant Association (NHLRA) has organized #RallyForNHRestaurants to motivate people to dine-in, take-out, and purchase restaurant merchandise to keep our community restaurants open in the face of possible closings and staff lay-offs. To do our part, 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria is selling an Eat Pizza, Eat Local shirt on our website or in the restaurant for just $20.00. Proceeds of these shirt sales will go directly to the New Hampshire Hospitality Employee Relief Fund, which supports hospitality workers impacted by COVID-19-related restaurant closures and hour reductions.

In the spirit of creativity encouraged by the Rally for NH Restaurants, 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria is offering a merchandise incentive to our dine-in customers through the end of March. Wear your new 900 Degrees Eat Pizza, Eat Local shirt when you dine-in at the restaurant and receive $5 off your purchase of $25 or more. There is no limit to the number of visits during March to earn this shirt discount!

The shirt discount applies only one time per party and cannot be combined with other discounts or promotions. Additional restrictions may apply.

Make plans now to come see us soon and show off your love of 900 Degrees – and your support of local restaurants – by purchasing a stylish Eat Pizza, Eat Local shirt today!

#RallyforNHRestaurants: A way to help your favorite restaurants through the winter homestretch

Below is an excerpt from an article originally appearing on Manchester Ink Link on 2/27/21 by Carol Robidoux.

Click here to read the full article and to find out about our participation in the #RallyforNHRestaurants campaign and how you can help! You can also click here to read the article as a PDF.

For Priscilla Lane-Rondeau, owner of 900 Degrees Neopolitan Pizzeria, having the NHLRA in her corner helped her keep up with the crush of information that would have otherwise been impossible to navigate – like other restaurateurs, her hands were already full trying to keep employees working, and the restaurant lights on.

“When this first happened nobody knew what to do. All I knew was that we were going to keep the doors open and try to survive on take-out, and just see what happened. Every day we had to shift our sails, but all along the way, the NH Restaurant Association was the guiding factor. They kept us all informed,” Lane-Rondeau says. “Those first three months was like getting a degree in pandemic. I spent my first two to three hours every day just reading the information from Mike (Somers) before heading to the restaurant to figure out what was next.”

It hasn’t been all negative.

Both Laman and Lane-Rondeau said there has been something truly life-affirming about the level of camaraderie within the business. Both women came into the industry from corporate jobs, and say that the sense of support among fellow owners is like nothing they’ve experienced elsewhere.

“People work together in this industry,” says Lane-Rondeau who has had some #rallyfornhrestaurant T-shirts made up and will be selling them to help boost the NH Hospitality Relief Fund, which provides help to hospitality employees who are struggling due to hardship from lost wages.

Click here to read coverage of this article in New Hampshire Business Review. For a print-ready PDF, click here.

Want 900 Degrees in Your Kitchen? Problem Solved!

Are you craving the unique flavors of 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria, but prefer to dine at home? We have the solution!

We’re now offering two fantastic options for fans of our pizzas: Take-and-Make pizza kits and pizza dough balls. For just $13.95 per kit, the Take-and-Make kits come in Margherita or Pepperoni and include our signature dough, sauce, cheese, and basil.

If you’d rather add your own sauce and toppings but would love our famous dough as the base – there’s none better! – pizza dough balls are available in small ($5 each) and large ($7 each).

Need a fresh take on pizza prep? Check out our latest video featuring Chef Dan’s demonstration of a fast, fun, and easy way to grill our pizza dough!

Call ahead at (603) 641-0900 to place an order pick-up for Take-and-Make kits or dough, or just drop in at 50 Dow Street in Manchester. We look forward to seeing you!

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