Red Savoy, a pizza chain based in the Twin Cities and known for its 'Sota style of pizza, is gearing up to open its newest spot on South Broadway in Rochester. The restaurant just announced a pizza giveaway for National Pizza Day and details on when they will open for business.

Learn more about what makes their pizza so special, get all of the details about the new location, and find out how to grab a free slice of delicious pizza below!

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Red Savoy is Famous For Its 'Sota Style Pizza

Since 1965, Red Savoy Pizza has been delighting customers with its Minnesota-style pizza. "Sota Style Pizza" refers to a pizza with a thin crust, abundant toppings, and a generous amount of cheese.

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However, it's not just the ingredients that define this style; the true essence of "Minnesota Style" is in the way the pizza is cut and served – the distinctive method of slicing it into squares.

The Red's Savoy Pizza team coined the term 'Sota Style and soon residents in Rochester will get to enjoy it.

When Does Red Savoy Open In Rochester?

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The upcoming Red Savoy location in Rochester is not your average pizza joint.

It will feature a cozy dining area, a convenient drive-thru, and various delivery options. Ordering is made easy, whether by phone, online, through the Red’s Savoy Pizza App, in person, or via the drive-thru.

The drive-thru is a standout feature, with only one other Red Savoy location offering a similar option.

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Red Savoy will open its doors in Rochester on Valentine's Day.

FREE PIZZA! Yesterday the pizza restaurant announced a Free Pizza Giveaway for the residents of Rochester.

On Friday, February 9th, in celebration of National Pizza Day, the Rochester Red Savoy is hosting Free Slice Day. Head over to the restaurant on South Broadway by DSW between 11 AM and 1 PM, use the drive-thru, and enjoy a complimentary slice while supplies last.

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