Brenda enjoying lunch with her granddaughters Eve and Ruth and friends.  (L-R: Riley and Jack (sons of Jean Thomas from Trader's Coffee House), Holly O'Brien (one of our favorite past employees), Ruth, Brenda, and Eve.

Brenda enjoying lunch with her granddaughters Eve and Ruth and friends.  (L-R: Riley and Jack (sons of Jean Thomas from Trader's Coffee House), Holly O'Brien (one of our favorite past employees), Ruth, Brenda, and Eve.

If you know anything about us, you that pizza is a family business here at Brenda's.  For years our staff has predominantly been made up of family, family friends, friends of friends, kids of friends, and kids of previous staff working together to create and serve up great pizza and a great experience.  Trust me.  We know how absolutely lucky we are to have such a great group and such an amazing team.  For years we have had the pleasure of watching them "grow up" at the pizzeria, first as kids visiting the pizzeria with their parents and then years later working summer jobs with us--many coming back to work summer after summer through college.  

Each year during the holidays we bring our staff's and previous staffs' kids together and let them show off their pizza making skills at our annual Kid's Pizza Party.  Or, as we jokingly call it, their "job interview."  In celebration of this long standing tradition, we pay homage to our next generation of pizza makers, servers, and hosts--our staffs' kids and grandkids!

The first rule:  There are no rules!

The first rule:  There are no rules!

Stretching dough is serious business...

Stretching dough is serious business...

Of course, we saved room for dessert! 

Of course, we saved room for dessert! 

You can top it any way you want...Pepperoni....cheese...icing.... :)

You can top it any way you want...Pepperoni....cheese...icing.... :)

Be on the lookout for these smiling faces next time you visit us at Brenda's!!   They may not be working with us yet, but one day.... 

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