Over the 35 years in business, the restaurant has seen founders, Guy and Toni and their family help out in one way or another. A tradition continues today, as Nick and his wife Sally and their four children, maintain the Andriaccio name, quality, and pride, still providing exceptional cuisine and service that made them so successful. We still use Grandmas old-world recipes for our homemade dough and sauces, stirred with the "age-old" large wooden spoon. We keep up with the ever-changing food trends and offer healthier choices along with gluten-free options as well. We pride ourselves on offering local produce in season, growing our own fresh organic herbs.
Walk into Andriaccio's and what's most apparent, besides the sweet aromas of homemade dough and fresh tomato sauce, is the wealth of family and community memorabilia hanging in the entryway: awards, newspaper clippings, family events, photos, reminders to the heart of Andriaccio's livelihood. And proving that family commitment can indeed endure in the face of progress, Nick and Sally's children - Amanda, Jacob, Justin, and Abigail can be seen helping out on any night, finding their spirit in something unique.