P's Pizza House, Dakota Dunes

A rendering of the recently announced P's Pizza House in the Golden Circle Development in Dakota Dunes. Groundbreaking is set to begin next month for the sports bar and grill, with the opening anticipated for next summer.

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DAKOTA DUNES | P’s Pizza House is set to open a location in Dakota Dunes next year. The sports bar and grill currently has restaurants in Le Mars, Iowa, and Orange City, Iowa. 

P's Pizza will join Central Bank, RBC Wealth Management, NAI United, United Real Estate Solutions and Stone Bru in the Gold Circle Development. 

The new 8,000 square-foot building will include a 60-seat event room, mezzanine seating and event space, golf simulator lounge and audiovisual technology for sports fans. Also, there will be a pizza bar with a coal-fired oven.

Groundbreaking is set for next month, with completion anticipated for next summer. 

“Dakota Dunes has been yearning for years for a top-notch sports bar (and) grill option and I know they will be pleased with P’s Pizza House.  I have personally visited P’s in Le Mars and experienced the quality of the food and service," NAI United President Chris Bogenrief, the project's developer, said in a news release.

The release said P’s showcases a progressive American eatery by serving modern American fare, innovative and freshly made cocktail selections, and will have a craft beer selection. P’s menu has award-winning pizza and wings, scratch pasta dishes, gourmet burgers, fresh seasonal salads, and gluten-friendly options.

“With local business people and residents asking for an option in Dakota Dunes that offered great food and a fun atmosphere, we welcomed the opportunity to expand into a third location and meet the area’s needs.” P’s Pizza House owner Joe Sitzmann said in the release.

“We are excited to have a quality sports bar & grill as part of the Gold Circle campus,” stated

Bart Connelly, president of Connelly Development and developer of the Gold Circle campus, said the restaurant will be the third of four buildings planned for Gold Circle.

"We believe this amenity will help us fill the upper two floors of the Central Bank building as well," Connelly said in the news release.

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