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Spanish Pizza Chain 100 Pizzitas Closed Austin Location

It was the first stateside location

100 Pizzitas
100 Pizzitas
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

100 Pizzitas, the Spanish pizza chain's first American location, closed down its East 7th spot, as confirmed by the restaurant. The pizzeria boasted of serving 100 different types of personal-sized pies, from serrano ham, tuna, vegetarian, and dessert. After being open for almost a year, it closed sometime this past July.

This was Spanish pizza chain Cien Pizzitas' first venture across the Atlantic Ocean, helmed by Carlos Tremont (who came to Texas from Venezuela) and Antonio Gonzalez. Aside from pizza, it also served salads, pastas, and risotto.

For urgent pizza needs, Via 313 at Violet Crown Social Club is nearby. Now the question is, what business or presumably restaurant will take over Pizzitas’ prime spot on East 7th Street right off 35.

100 pizzitas [CLOSED]

900 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78702