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February 17, 2013

New owners at Angelo's Pizza and Grill



There is a mixture of booths and tables. The ceiling includes a variety of drop-down lights and ceiling fans.

The goal is provide a nice dining experience for all their customers, Alessandra said.

“We have a plan for this place,” Kosta said, adding that includes the possibility of outdoor seating sometime in the next few years.

His mother’s brothers used to own the restaurant. Kosta and Alessandra were in town to visit when they heard the brothers were thinking about selling.

Angelo’s has about 20 employees, a mix of full- and part-time staff. The Kefalas are trying to foster a team-oriented work environment. 

“We have a good team. They’re really great people,” Kosta said.

They are working on a new website, but daily specials and photos are posted on their Facebook page. Customers can receive a menu by fax, and the full menu is expected to be listed in the Yellow Pages soon.

The Kefalas have received a warm welcome to the community. He said Alessandra in particular has been very good at meeting as many customers as possible.

“We want to thank everyone for their support,” she said. “We really appreciate all of our customers.”

The restaurant can seat about 100 people. Angelo’s takes reservations for large parties.

Alessandra said they enjoy decorating for special occasions, such as Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day. The Valentine’s Day decorations featured a variety of bright red garlands, hearts and flowers. 

Angelo’s is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Take out is available, and payment can be made by cash or credit card.

For more information, call 297-4200.

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