History of Serrianni's Authentic Italian Pizza
7 Decades of Passion for Pizza
In 1953, an Italian immigrant, and friend of Sam Serrianni, taught Sam a secret thin crust Pizza recipe. Sam started making Cheese Pizza and Pepperoni Pizza in his bar/restaurant that year and continued crafting authentic Italian pizza until Christmas 1996 when a tragic fire forced the bar/restaurant to close.
Recovering from Tragedy
For 43 years the restaurant was known as having an authentic Italian Pizza second to none. Over the years, the restaurant gained many loyal pizza-loving customers in its Clune, PA. home town and surrounding areas from Indiana PA. to Pittsburgh PA. . In 2001, the local community and townsfolk missed the Pizza so much they convinced Valerie, Sam’s daughter to re-open the Pizzeria portion of the business.
Authentic Italian Pizza from Our Family to Yours
Today artisan Pizza and Calzones are handmade to exacting order and in many varieties on Thursday and Saturday nights only by Valerie and her daughter Sheena and with the occasional help from other children Nick, Tiffany, and Bradley. Sierra, Valerie’s granddaughter, will hopefully continue the family tradition with her help in the business. (Meet Our Team!) The business is as unique and special as the food created and shared with our neighbors like you.
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