Salvatore’s Double Decker Pizza Bus to Debut Saturday

The Madison Mallards, Breese Stevens Field, and Salvatore’s Tomato Pies have come to an agreement to have Salvatore’s operate one of the most unique food venues in the country. Salvatore’s Double Decker Pizza Bus will be present at all 36 Mallards home games and select events at Breese Stevens Field, including the Madison Radical’s home opener on Saturday. This agreement further illustrates a commitment to high quality food both at the Duck Pond and Breese Stevens Field.

ABOUT SALVATORE’S AND THE DOUBLE DECKER PIZZA BUS

Salvatore’s Tomato Pies, owned by chef Patrick DePula will bring a unique “farm to bus” style to the Double Decker Pizza Bus menu. Fans will enjoy the classics with a margherita pizza, pepperoni pizza, and sausage pizza or can enjoy a special pizza that will be a rotating special made with market fresh ingredients. Other items on the bus will be a meatball sub, hand cut fries, tacos, and fresh donut holes.

Salvatore’s will operate the bus, with a limited pizza focused menu, for the first time at this year’s season opener for the Madison Radicals as they embark on their most exciting season yet! The game will take place at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 9, at Breese Stevens Field. The Double Decker Pizza Bus is a custom fabricated bus with a full kitchen on the main level complete with a wood-burning pizza oven and a private party space for 25 on the roof.

“Salvatore’s Tomato Pies is very excited about the opportunity to bring award-winning farm to table food to the ballpark this season!” Said Salvatore’s Owner Patrick Depula.

ABOUT THE MADISON RADICALS

Following an extremely successful season last year in which they came within two points of winning the AUDL (American Ultimate Disc League) Championship in San Jose, the Radicals will defend their 23-game home winning streak against the Minnesota Windchill. The Radicals have made it to the final four in each of the past three years.

Visitors and loyal fans will enjoy an upgraded fan experience that includes a wider food selection at every game, increased beer selections, more fun and games between quarters and at halftime, fresh new merchandise, and expanded seating options.
Interest in Ultimate continues to grow locally, nationally, and worldwide.  Attendance topped 1,000 fans at several Radicals games last year, and the AUDL, now in its fifth year, boasts 26 teams.  Two AUDL players, Brodie Smith and Kurt Gibson, are currently capitalizing on the popularity of the sport as they compete on The Amazing Race.  In addition, the Radicals and Japan’s Buzz Bullets earned a full-page spread in The New York Times following an exhibition game at Breese Stevens Field last August. The Radicals appeared twice on the ESPN top ten last summer, and will have several appearances as the featured game of the week on ESPN3.

 

To purchase tickets for the game on Saturday, and all future Radical’s game go to www.radicalsultimate.com.