<p>Have a Berry Merry Holiday!</p>

California Pizza Kitchen

Have a Berry Merry Holiday!

Now through January 1, 2019

Delicious Berry Blends – Perfect for the Season

  • Join us this Holiday season and sample our delicious seasonal items!
  • Sugarplum Sangria: A blend of red wine, Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, St. Germain Elderflower, cranberry and lemonade with hints of stone fruit topped with a little bubbly.
  • Blackberry Bourbon Sangria: Apothic Red wine and Maker’s Mark Bourbon together with blackberry purée, orange & pineapple juice.
  • Blackberry Fizz: Blackberries muddled with CPK lemonade, cranberry juice and Monin Blackberry, topped with sparkling water.
Some Berry Blends are seasonal. See restaurant for details.
The California Pizza Kitchen Real Ingredient Promise is our commitment to using only the best, hand-selected ingredients, inspired from across the globe. We use 100% Real Cheese, while never using any artificial flavors. And, we serve it all on a Preservative-Free Crust. We’re constantly discovering delicious, new recipes to bring unique culinary experiences to your home.
We opened our first restaurant In Beverly Hills in 1985. Former federal prosecutors Rick Rosenfield and Larry Flax combined their passion for food with fresh high-quality ingredients to create innovative, hearth-baked pizzas such as The Original BBQ Chicken, Thai Chicken, and Jamaican Jerk Chicken, cooked in an open kitchen. The restaurant gave California a place in the pizza pantheon alongside Chicago and New York. Our California twist on global flavors resonated with guests, and almost immediately, CPK became a bustling spot for business and family gatherings.
Almost immediately after the first location opened, we expanded from California to more than 250 locations in more than 30 states and 11 countries. But it doesn’t stop there; you’ll also find us bringing smiles to the pizza aisle in your grocer’s freezer, taking the edge off travel fatigue in major airports all over the world, feeding eager fans at sports stadiums and students on college campuses.