Big Mario’s Pizza “In the winter of 1964, Mario Vellotti emigrated from Naples, Italy to live and work on Mulberry Street in New York City. Mario made his early living tossing pizza and cooking in some of New York’s most notorious kitchens—Angelo’s, Casa Bella on Mulberry Street and Nanni Al Valletto on 59th Street. Later Mario joined his brother and uncle in the family business, opening their world famous pizzerias in all five Burroughs, including Sal’s on Broome Street, Bensonhurst’s J & V and the original Patricia’s in the Bronx. Big Mario is in Seattle now. Enjoy!” – See more at: http://bigmariosnewyorkpizza.com

Big Mario’s Pizza signs and neon stand out with their red and green color scheme, sticks to their casual image and represents their long history. We are happy to be a part of their business journey!
Big Mario’s NY Style Pizza “In the winter of 1964, Mario Vellotti emigrated from Naples, Italy to live and work on Mulberry Street in New York City. Mario made his early living tossing pizza and cooking in some of New York’s most notorious kitchens—Angelo’s, Casa Bella on Mulberry Street and Nanni Al Valletto on 59th Street. Later Mario joined his brother and uncle in the family business, opening their world famous pizzerias in all five Burroughs, including Sal’s on Broome Street, Bensonhurst’s J & V and the original Patricia’s in the Bronx. Big Mario is in Seattle now. Enjoy!” – See more at: http://bigmariosnewyorkpizza.com

Big Mario’s Pizza signs and neon stand out with their red and green color scheme, sticks to their casual image and represents their long history. We are happy to be a part of their business journey!
Big Mario’s NY Style Pizza “In the winter of 1964, Mario Vellotti emigrated from Naples, Italy to live and work on Mulberry Street in New York City. Mario made his early living tossing pizza and cooking in some of New York’s most notorious kitchens—Angelo’s, Casa Bella on Mulberry Street and Nanni Al Valletto on 59th Street. Later Mario joined his brother and uncle in the family business, opening their world famous pizzerias in all five Burroughs, including Sal’s on Broome Street, Bensonhurst’s J & V and the original Patricia’s in the Bronx. Big Mario is in Seattle now. Enjoy!” – See more at: http://bigmariosnewyorkpizza.com

Big Mario’s Pizza signs and neon stand out with their red and green color scheme, sticks to their casual image and represents their long history. We are happy to be a part of their business journey!

 

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