1998 Homestead Road #101
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Corner of Homestead and Scott.
'Your Party Place Since 1962"
We will set your party up in it's own section with room enough for parties large or small.
In 1962, Bill Breuer opened the first Capn's Galley Pizza and Pipes at the corner of Homestead road and Lawrence Expressway. The store had a nautical theme and a 1920's era Wurlitzer Theater Pipe Organ to entertain patrons while they dined. Bill opened similar restaurants in Campbell, Redwood City, Daly City, Fresno, Sacramento, Seattle, Tacoma and Bellevue.
Bob Paterson bought the four Bay Area stores from Bill in November 1979. He remodeled the Santa Clara restaurant and dropped the "Capn's Galley". The pipe organ in Santa Clara was sold in 1987 and replaced with a Yamaha electronic organ. Bill Langford played the Yamaha for 10 years until he retired in 1997. The organ was eventually replaced by big screen TVs.
Randy and Lidia Blair purchased the Santa Clara and Redwood City restaurants in December 1999. Randy was the first manager hired by Bob Paterson, in 1980. In December 2001 we sold the Redwood City restaurant and pipe organ. In Nov. 2006 we changed the name of our Santa Clara restaurant to Pizza Party. 2012 marked our 50th anniversary.
When our lease expired in February 2014, we moved to our current location on the corner of Homestead and Scott. We are proud to offer a wonderful place for families and friends to gather while enjoying the best pizza in town! Recent menu additions include Triple Stacked Grilled Cheese sandwiches, Burgers, Quesadillas, Garlic Fries and Coffee.
In addition to our Double Belly Buster party package we are the home of the Belly Buster pizza eating challenge and the Build-Your-Own pizza party package. We also offer the following...
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