BMPP differentiates itself from competitors with its family style Dine-in approach featuring a full menu of unique, value-driven offerings. Locations feature Dine-in, Carryout, Delivery & Catering of all of their menu items and features their own delivery personnel to keep costs low for the consumer.


In 1992, brothers Aro & Allen Agakhanyan opened their first pizzeria in Los Angeles while they were both attending high school. They toiled for several years to prove their pizza restaurant concept was unique and different from the national pizza brands. Not only did they recreate the traditional pizzeria with a “cool” Southern California feel, but they also expanded the size of their pizzas to fit the demands of their guests. Their initial pizza size was a 28” pizza that you could order with your choice of toppings. But it soon became apparent that in order to feed the really big appetites of their customers, the Big Papa (36” in diameter) was born.

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The Pizza market is a large & booming $44 Billion food industry business opportunity around the World. Pizza annually outranks all other food categories as Americans favorite food choice.

Surveys indicate 90% of the population enjoys pizza. Why? Because pizza is fresh, convenient, reasonably priced, and simply put, it tastes good.

Food industry research supports the vitality of the pizza industry. According to an Economic study, 83% of consumers eat pizza at least once per month. According to PMQ’s Industry Census, over 60% of respondents reported an increase in sales. Internationally, pizzerias are thriving, with a 5 year forecasted growth rate of over 10%.

In 2020, The pizza industry sales are expected to increase by more than 7% to over $47 Billion in the upcoming years.


As detailed in the Pizza Power Report, 4 themes kept appearing again & again: Quality, Ingredients, Technology and Youth Culture.

Consumers are increasingly insisting on the freshest, healthiest ingredients, a trend driven largely by younger segments of consumers, who also demand the highest technology available to facilitate ease of ordering & delivery.

Regional pizza varieties are on the rise, due in part to social media. The younger generation wants to know what’s in their food, affording a great opportunity for pizzeria restaurants to dominate their market, because they can.

Although dinner still dominates the pizza industry, other day parts, such as lunch and breakfast, have gained traction. According to an Economic Research consumer survey, breakfast is the fastest-growing day part in the restaurant industry. Egg and ham pizzas for breakfast are gaining popularity, with 17% of frequent pizza consumers reporting they have eaten pizza for breakfast.