Quick-service US pizza franchise Stoner’s Pizza Joint has unveiled plans to open three new franchised stores in Florida.

The launch next month will see new locations in Tampa, Fort Lauderdale and St Augustine.

All will offer dine-in, take-out and full delivery.

Since its establishment in 2013, Stoner’s Pizza Joint has been a delivery and takeout-focused concept.

The brand’s offerings include speciality pizzas, calzones, strombolis, sandwiches, hickory-smoked chicken wings, salads and desserts.

All food is prepared using proprietary recipes for the pizza dough, sauce and cheese blend.

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Stoner’s Pizza Joint is actively seeking new multi-unit operators across the US as it plans to open 100 units by the end of 2025.

Stoner’s Pizza Joint president Scott Mobley said: “We continue to see tremendous feedback in the Florida market overall. Due to such positive demand, we’re going to continue to aggressively grow throughout the rest of Florida.”

In March 2024, Stoner’s Pizza Joint unveiled plans to open two new corporate-owned stores in Fayetteville, North Carolina; and Travelers Rest, South Carolina.

The openings were part of the brand’s broader growth strategy, with six new locations expected to launch across four states in the first half of this year.