2019 Top 500: Pizza

The Top 250 pizza chains, ranked.
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Top 500

While sales increased more than 3% for pizza concepts (and 2.8% for Top 500 chains), unit count stayed relatively flat, showing that pizza chains have had to focus on increasing check averages and frequency to drive sales, versus relying on more stores.

2019 RankChain Name2018 US Sales ($000,000)2018 US Units
11Pizza Hut$5,5267,482
18Little Caesars$3,820*4,350
27Papa John's$2,7123,199
59Papa Murphy's Pizza$7951,400
73Marco's Pizza$599883
95Round Table Pizza$436*427
101Hungry Howie's Pizza$410548
105MOD Pizza$397404
106Chuck E. Cheese's$383*541
116Jet's Pizza$356*397
125Blaze Pizza$326296
145Pizza Ranch$249207
153Godfather's Pizza$240*548
189Donatos Pizza$176*170
204Mountain Mike's Pizza$163204
224Pizza Pro$142*468
232Rosati's Pizza$138*210
Source: Technomic's Top 500 Chain Restaurant Report; *Technomic estimate

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