Pizza Party Article by Hoodline

Photo: Camilla B./Yelp

We were excited to see that Hoodline posted an article about our newest location in Portsmouth NH! This location has only been open a few months but is already gaining a lot of attention with online reviews and regional awards (check out our Best of Seacoast recognitions!).

Here is a brief synopsis of the article:

Craving pizza? You’re in luck: a new business has opened its doors in Portsmouth. Called 900 Degrees, the newcomer is located at 2454 Lafayette Road.

This pizza spot, which also has locations in Manchester and Epping, recently expanded into Portsmouth. It specializes in Neapolitan-style pies cooked in a 900-degree oven, with topping combos like the Tuscan Sun (tomato sauce, grana padano, mozzarella, artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes and fresh basil) and the Saltimbocca (roasted garlic cream sauce topped with fresh mozzarella, fontina, roasted chicken, fresh ripe tomatoes, caramelized onion, shaved prosciutto, and sage).

There’s also a menu of salads and pastas like spaghetti bolognese and macaroni and cheese, the latter of which is also available as a pizza topping. Sweet options include cannoli, molten lava cake and a cinnamon-sugar dessert pizza with white and dark chocolate, macadamia nuts, whipped cream, kiwi and strawberries.

Click here to read the full article.

A Positive Dining Experience

NH Magazine recently featured a profile of Priscilla Lane-Rondeau, owner of 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria. In the article, Priscilla discusses her commitment to creating high-quality food and a positive dining experience for her restaurant communities in Manchester, Epping and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Everyone here at 900 Degrees feels extremely fortunate to have Priscilla as a leader and role model, not only for her dedication to environmental and social responsibility but also for incredible culinary and hospitality successes.

Here is an excerpt from this article:
Owner of 900 Degrees Wood Fired Pizzeria, Priscilla Lane-Rondeau, works to not only create high quality food, but to create a positive dining experience for her restaurant community.  “A strong community makes this area a better place to live, and a better place to grow and share life’s most important aspects, which is why we try to do our part to give back,” says Rondeau. The “Raising Dough” program helps assist local organizations in raising funds by sponsoring events at 900 Degrees. Lane-Rondeau wants her restaurant to be known for not just its responsibility to the environment, but also its social responsibility.

To read the full article, pick up your copy of NH Magazine or click here to see view the profile online.

NH Chronicle’s Pizza Party

900 Degrees was featured on NH ChronicleNH Chronicle visited our Manchester location to tape a segment on the amazing pizza you can find in the Granite State. We were honored to be featured along with our peers and have the opportunity to showcase some of our most popular pizzas, including the Mac & Cheese Pizza, Granny Smith Pizza and Dessert Pizza. Our segment aired on January 17th, 2018. What a great way to start the new year!

Click here to watch the segment on the WMUR website.

American Pie: Best Pizza in the Country

900 Degrees is excited to share we were selected by the Tasting Table for their all-time favorite pizza joints! From deep dish to Neapolitan, Team Tasting Table selected the 26 best pizzas in the US, and our authentic wood-fired pizzas made their list!

Here is an excerpt:
If you’re passing through the Granite State and get a craving for pizza, look no further than this Neapolitan-style joint, which uses its brick oven for toppings like peppers, bacon and sausage, as well as the pizzas themselves. If you’re a traditionalist, opt for the classic Margherita, but don’t shy away from gourmet options like the Bella Cosa, topped with a roasted garlic cream sauce, mozzarella, Grana Padano, baby spinach, caramelized red onions, prosciutto and rosemary ham.

Click here to read the full article.

An invigorated economy

Priscilla Lane-Rondeau quoted in NHBR Article on NH economy

Priscilla Lane Rondeau, owner of the 900 Degrees restaurants in Manchester and Epping. She is opening up another location in Portsmouth in the summer of 2017. PHOTOS BY KAREN BACHELDER

Priscilla Lane-Rondeau was quoted in a recent article about New Hampshire’s economy in New Hampshire Business Review. Below are a few excerpts:

New Hampshire’s economy was doing very nicely before this election came along, thank you very much, and it seems to be doing very well still, Trump bump or no. Despite the cries from both the left and the right of jobs, jobs, jobs, the state seems to be overflowing with them. It is workers that New Hampshire needs, not work.

With an unemployment rate that hasn’t been this low since the dawn of the millennium, and only exceeded in the late 1980s, the state’s on pretty solid economic ground. 

Click here to read the full article.

 

Popular pizza eatery to open Portsmouth location

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The owner of 900 Degrees pizzeria is expanding her business into Portsmouth, which will mark the restaurant company’s third location.

In 2007, Priscilla Lane-Rondeau opened 900 Degrees on Dow Street in Manchester. The restaurant was a hit, and in 2013 she opened a second location at Brickyard Square in Epping. Since then, Lane-Rondeau has been getting requests to open in locations throughout the state, including Concord and Nashua, but she never set out to start a restaurant chain.

“I just wanted to bring a good wood-fired pizza to Manchester,” she said.

Lane-Rondeau decided to open her third restaurant near Water Country on Lafayette Road because she found a spot close to where new affordable apartments are being built. She saw the opportunity to be part of a work/play community.

“The people we’re targeting are more local people,” Lane-Rondeau said.

In addition to being part of a neighborhood, Lane-Rondeau is looking forward to taking on some sustainability initiatives that aren’t currently available to her in Manchester and Epping. Lane-Rondeau said she has always wanted to compost but couldn’t. She set up a Thursday meeting to talk to developers about a green area behind the restaurant.

Lane-Rondeau is also considering gardening to harvest fresh vegetables for the restaurant’s pizza and other dishes. In addition to serving wood-fired pizza, 900 Degrees serves soups, salads, sandwiches and fresh pasta.

To read the original article, please click here to visit the NH Union Leader website.

900 Degrees cranks up the heat on sustainability

Courtesy of NHBR April 1, 2016 Issue

Courtesy of NHBR April 1, 2016 Issue

Article Excerpt:

Priscilla Lane-Rondeau is looking forward to opening a new restaurant while building on the sustainability practices that have become a hallmark of her brand. Lane-Rondeau, owner of 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria, said she hopes to finalize paperwork soon to open a new restaurant in Portsmouth by the end of the year to join her locations in Manchester and Epping. The new location in Portsmouth will likely be located along Lafayette Road, away from the crowded restaurant scene in downtown Portsmouth. Equally important, the new Portsmouth location will have enough space to add composting to her green legacy.

If you missed this April issue of New Hampshire Business Review, click here to read this complete article.

Original URL: http://www.nhbr.com/April-1-2016/900-Degrees-cranks-up-the-heat-on-sustainability/

Phantom Gourmet Commercial

We love the Phantom Gourmet! Check out our latest commercial below and be sure to keep an eye out for it this fall. This short spot celebrates that 900 Degrees is NH’s most authentic Neapolitan restaurant experience. Delicioso!

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Phantom Gourmet


The Phantom Gourmet has featured 900 Degrees and wrote: “It’s just overall a great place because anybody can come here. Families come here, businesspeople come here. You know it’s a great date night place. You can dress up, you can dress down. It’s a great place to have a lot of fun. It’s a staple here in Manchester. 900 Degrees is the place to be!” Read the full story.