Mundaring’s Little Caesars Pizzeria to close

A cookies and cream dessert pizza, just one of the many creations Little Caesars Pizzeria was known for. Picture: Little Caesars Pizzeria/Facebook
A cookies and cream dessert pizza, just one of the many creations Little Caesars Pizzeria was known for. Picture: Little Caesars Pizzeria/Facebook

PIZZA lovers are mourning the the closure of Mundaring’s Little Caesars Pizzeria.

Formerly owned by multi-award winning pizza chef Theo Kalogeracos, the announcement was made on the pizzeria’s Facebook page this afternoon, with hundreds already expressing their sadness.

“It is with a heavy heart we bring you this news: We are closing down,” the Little Caesars Mundaring Crew post read.

“Our final night of trade will be Thursday the 22nd February.

“We are so grateful to all our loyal and friendly customers who have been with us for this journey.

“There is a fantastic community in the Hills and we have loved every minute of sharing our passion for delicious pizza over the past 22 years.

“We are sorry it could not have been longer.

“Working here has been such a joy for all of us.

“It has shaped our lives and provided many great friendships that we are so thankful for.

“We will truly miss this place.”

Having operated since 1996, the pizzeria developed a cult following due to Kalogeracos’ eclectic style of pizzas which included dessert pizzas coveted by locals and tourists who made it a must-visit foodie destination.

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