The new Eat Street model is the first of its kind open in Brisbane and implements features such as indoor and outdoor dining areas.
The Albert St store is also one of the first stores to feature 100 per cent electric pushbike deliveries.
Don Meij, CEO and MD of Domino’s, said the company expects to open a total of 96 stores throughout its six markets for the first half of the financial year.
“It’s important for us to demonstrate our commitment to reducing carbon footprint and this will continue to be a big move for us in 2015 with more of our stores set to convert 100 per cent to electronic push bikes.
“We are meeting our customers’ demands for more stores. The excitement around the Domino’s product is continuing to grow and the expansion is shared among our six markets worldwide.
“Each market is providing something different and tailored to their customers and cultures, but as a brand we are definitely leveraging off each other,” Meij said.
A strong focus on product development and online initiatives has been a key driver for Domino’s growth.
“We have ground breaking and unparalleled technological products that streamline the ordering process for customers. We are aware that even the ordering process makes a difference to a customer when deciding what to have for dinner.
“We strive to make it as simple as possible for our customers by investing in technology and making it part of our DNA,” he said.
Domino’s employs more than 20,000 staff and makes more than 90 million pizzas each year.
“We know our growth and development starts in our communities and local neighbourhoods and that is why we are committed to changes that will ensure customers want more and we are happy to keep delivering,” Meij said.
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises (DPE) owns the master franchise rights to six markets globally including Australia, New Zealand, France, Belgium, The Netherlands and Japan.