Get ready for pizza heaven. One of the most popular create-your-own pizza joints in the U.S. is now coming to Canada, starting with an expansion in B.C. According to Retail Insider, MOD Pizza is opening on Vancouver Island. The awesome part is we don’t have to wait long, as it’s set to open by the end of this year. 2020 is already looking up!

MOD Pizza is a popular American pizza joint with over 400 locations. This Seattle-based company has locations all over the states, including the U.K. 

Now, they have announced that they will be expanding into Canada with a location going up on Vancouver Island this year. With only two more months of 2019, this pizza empire will be opening very soon. 

This pizza is seriously delicious and if you haven't had it before, you won't have to wait long to indulge. Their individual Artisan-style pizzas are made in house. With over 30 toppings to choose from, it’s like the Subway of pizza.

According to Retail Insider, MOD will be opening its doors in late November or early December of this year. The Vancouver Island location is coming to Langford in the newly developed Belmont Market Shopping Centre. 

But it's not just one location that is opening up. Over the next several years, five MOD locations will be coming to the island. 

It seems as though Canadians are on board with this addition as the co-founder of Hudsons Canada’s Pub is acting as an investor. 

As of today, MOD has 464 locations between 28 states and the U.K. The chain plans on opening another 20 additional stores by the end of this year.

According to the MOD website, some of the new stores opening soon will include sites in Washington, Texas, California, and Arizona. 

Needless to say, this pizza place is taking the world by storm and we are so glad it’s headed our way. 

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