Little Caesars, big competition? Pizza battle set to heat up with new player

MOVING IN SOON: Liitle Caesars will open at 20 Sale Street.
MOVING IN SOON: Liitle Caesars will open at 20 Sale Street.

The battle for your pizza order in Orange is set to hot up with Little Caesars announcing it will open in the CBD  on July 30.

The company also confirmed it was looking for 15 part-time staff and would also seek a full-time store manager.

Little Caesars will take over the former Liquorland bottle shop building in Sale Street.

And it has upped the stakes in pizza competition in town by offering some of its pizzas in the first week of operation for $3.95 pick-up.

Little Caesars director Ernest Khoury said the Orange store would be the ninth in NSW and the first outside Sydney and Newcastle.

The store will concentrate on pick-up and delivery service with possibly a small area for dining.

“We’re very excited to be expanding Little Caesars to Orange,” he said.

“Little Caesars will be serving the area with the best value pizza pick-up and delivery in town.

“We promise the same quality, low-cost option that has been making meal time fun and simple globally for years.

“Our 12-inch large pizza is over 40 per cent larger than most other 10-inch large pizzas.”

Mr Khoury said the store would be looking for staff including delivery drivers, counter staff and pizza cooks.

You can apply for a job by emailing the company at and attaching a resume.

Little Caesars was founded in the United States in 1959.

It is different to some other fast food chains in that it does not have franchises.

Instead Mr Khoury runs all the stores in Australia.

It also has a range of pizzas that are ready on the spot, meaning people did not need to pre-order on the phone or online.