Papa John's signature garlic crust just got a whole lot cheesier. For the first time in 35 years, the pizza chain has unleashed an entirely new crust for fans who want something even more savory: Garlic Parmesan Crust. Like most things at Papa John's, garlic is the key and cheese is a happy addition.
"There’s a lot of fan love for Papa John’s signature Garlic Sauce, so we knew our first-ever innovation of our original crust had to feature it," Paul Fabre, senior vice president of menu strategy and innovation at Papa John’s, said in a press release. "Papa John’s is all about quality, and we don’t put anything on the menu that doesn’t meet our standards. It’s the first time we’re adding flavor to our fresh, never-frozen original dough and we are doing it with high quality ingredients that our guests love."
The new crust takes Papa John's original garlic dusted crust and bakes salty parmesan straight into the dough for a crispy, cheesy, and fragrant pie. And as there's no such thing as too much garlic, the pizza is served up with Papa John's signature, buttery garlic dip.