Longtime Lipscomb favorite Pizza Perfect Kebob closes

Longtime Lipscomb favorite Pizza Perfect Kebob closes...

Longtime Lipscomb favorite Pizza Perfect Kebob closes

Pizza Perfect Kebob, a favorite pizza shop for many in the Lipscomb community, closed its doors last Saturday after 30 years of business.

In a note to patrons, the restaurant announced that the shop owners will be retiring from Pizza Perfect Kebob.

“Since opening, we have served a lot of Pizza’s and made many friends,” the note read. “Many of our customers and employees have become like family to us and we love you all!!!

“After much consideration and prayers, we are announcing our retirement from Pizza Perfect Kebob.”

Below is the full note distributed to vendors.

Pizza Perfect

Granny White Pike Only!!

When Pizza Perfect opened in April of 1983 we had no idea of the changes that would take place through the years.

Since opening, we have served a lot of Pizza’s and made many friends. Many of our customers and employees have become like family to us and we love you all!!!

After much consideration and prayers, we are announcing our retirement from Pizza Perfect Kebob. Our last day to be open will be December 21, 2013. We appreciate your business for the past 30 years but more importantly, your friendship.

As we move out of the building, we may be closing Pizza Perfect but we take many memories with us of the people we have met and incidents that have happened such as, Raouf throwing a pizza dough on top of the old vent hood when he was trying to toss it really high for a kid. They both laughed and Robert thought that was the greatest thing!! Many memories of love, support and kindness that all have shown to us will be talked between us for years to come. We want to make our last days a memorial time as we “go out with a smile, and a Pizza”. Thank you for coming in and helping us to make it through our final pizza days!!!

We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

May God Bless you through the years to come!! Thanks! :-)

With Brotherly Love and Gratitude,

From all of us at Pizza Perfect,

Raouf and Debra Mattin,

Mario Flores, Amanda Gray, Elizabeth Coker, Lal and Ben Tews 

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  • Dennis Bagwell

    I will always remember picking up my son from Lipscomb Elementary, getting a great pizza to order, then playing air hockey in the game room. And I know he will remember those times with Daddy as well.
    Blessings upon you and yours and thanks for the memories,