While Domino’s ’80s breakfast meal deal sounds like it was fantastic, Adam Richman explained that it was too challenging for the chain to pull off over the long term. “The issue was, pizza people order around the clock, but breakfast pizza was ordered during a finite window,” he said. “They stopped selling it at 10:30 and they couldn’t make it work, so they had to cancel it.”
If you’re looking for pizza in the morning these days, you can try 7-Eleven’s breakfast pizza, which is topped with white gravy, cheese, and sausage — coffee and newspaper sold separately.
Fortunately for pizza lovers and ’80s aficionados everywhere, another pizza that Richman tried for the show is still available: the California club from California Pizza Kitchen. This pizza is topped with bacon, chicken, and mozzarella, and then garnished after it’s baked with fresh avocado, sliced tomato, basil, and mayo-dressed lettuce. We know the concept of mayo on pizza might be frightening to some of you, but Richman swore that this pie deserved to be more popular.
New items will be dropping every day at the Hormel Pepperoni Pizza Pop-Up Shop from September 13 to 19.