Domino’s Pizza to open in Terrace

It's going to be located in the Gobind Mall on Lakelse Ave.

Terrace’s fifth pizza parlour is opening up this summer.

Domino’s Pizza will be located in the Lakelse Ave. Gobind Mall across from the Pita Pit and in between what used to be a Filipino restaurant and a video rental outlet.

Vice President Mohinder Singh Takhar of Gobind Enterprises, the company which owns the mall and that will be leasing the space to the Domino’s outlet owners, said that it will be a couple months or so before the space is renovated and the ovens fire up for the first time.

“At first it was going to be two to three months but it took some time for the permit from the city,” said Mohinder Singh Takhar, in reference to a zoning variance permit needed to install a Domino’s sign at the mall.

The variance was needed for a second sign desired by Domino’s in addition to the current group sign shared by the other businesses in the mall, and the setback needed to be changed to allow space for it.

The variance permit was granted April 29 by city council at its regular meeting.

Domino’s Pizza will join Canadian 2 For 1 Pizza, Checkers Pizza, Pizza Hut and Boston Pizza in the list of Terrace pizza options.





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