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New York Flying Pizza

New York Flying Pizza

The DiMartino's have been in the NY food business since 1967, 5 years after newlyweds Rose and Frank arrived from Pompei, Italy. Rose and Frank started out with a bakery in NY and eventually opened a full service NY restaurant with NY Pizza as their primary focus. Today, sons Vincent and Pasquale run the operations, Pappadelles Italian Restaurant, under the watchful eye of their restaurateur parents.

NY Flying Pizza was born from an idea brought to us by our customers at Pappadelles Italian Restaurant.

Our customers would constantly tell us about their relatives who moved away and how they miss New York Style Pizza. They would tell us “you can’t get good New York style pizza anywhere but New York”, being in the NY restaurant business all our lives we knew this to be true. We heard this daily, finally, we decided to do something about it and we started NY Flying Pizza in order to get New York style pizza to all our friends, family and loved ones. Everyone is finally able to order NY Pizza online.

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LaRosa's Pizzeria

LaRosa's Pizzeria

Buddy LaRosa came from a working-class neighborhood on Cincinnati’s West Side. After his hitch in the Navy, he worked a couple of different jobs. But he knew his real passion was to build his own business. But what would that business be?

Growing up, Buddy always loved the pizza that his Aunt Dena made. He thought other people might love her pizza, too. So, he made a couple dozen for his church’s summer festival – San Antonio Roman Catholic church in Cincinnati’s Little Italy. As it turned out, Buddy was right. Lots of people loved Aunt Dena’s pizza.

So in 1954, with $400 and a couple of partners, Buddy opened a small pizzeria to serve his neighborhood. In post-war, white bread America, pizza and Italian food were as exotic as cous cous or tabouleh are today. And did people eat it up.

Buddy’s pizza gained a fast following. But LaRosa’s was different from other pizzerias. Buddy offered a full menu including hearty salads and entrees like spaghetti and meatballs, lasagna, ravioli and other Italian specialties.

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