Dion's Plans Farmington Restaurant

Dion’s will open near E. Main Street & 30th/Gila in early 2022. The interior design will feature a new, modern look, though several classic Dion’s elements like a viewing stand for kids to watch pizza being made and a pick-up window for call-ahead, online, and app orders will be present.

From Dion's

Monday, October 5, 2021

Dion’s Pizza has announced Farmington as the location of their 27th restaurant. Featuring handcrafted pizza, salads and subs, and fast, friendly customer service, Dion’s will open near E. Main Street & 30th/Gila in early 2022.


The restaurant is world-famous for its homemade Ranch dressing and pepperoni and green chile pizza, known as the 505. Recognitions include Most Admired Company in New Mexico’s Private 100 list, Restaurant Neighbor of the Year, and dozens of “Best of the City” awards.
“We have a lot of passionate fans in Farmington. It is our number one requested location. We appreciate that the community is active in everything from high school sports to arts to outdoor activities, making it a natural fit for us.” said CEO Mark Herman. “We look forward to bringing the Four Corners a comfortable place to enjoy great food.”


The interior design will feature a new, modern look, though several classic Dion’s elements like a viewing stand for kids to watch pizza being made and a pick-up window for call-ahead, online, and app orders will be present.


The store will create about 70 job opportunities. With a focus on youth development, Dion’s will also foster community support with local schools and businesses.


About Dion’s Dion’s Pizza was founded in 1978 by Jon Patten and Bill Scott in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Over 43 years, the company has grown to 26 stores, employs over 2,000 and has added locations in Colorado and Texas. Dion’s provides great food and a place for people to relax and connect with family and friends. We offer ease, simplicity and connection amidst the hustle and bustle of busy lives. We hold ourselves to an expectation of authenticity and excellence. Our employees, customers, and community members are partners in success.

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