Mangia, Mangia Restaurant on Endicott Street, across from Saint Mary’s Chapel has been serving breakfast and lunch for 29 years as of December 19, 1986.
The eatery has been a popular spot to dine all these years and they continue to serve many local and other customers.
Owner John Pagliuca in addition to running a solid business finds the time to get fully involved in neighborhood events and activities.
Pagliuca also makes donations to local non-profit agencies and is a member of Ausonia Council #1513, Knights of Columbus and other community groups.
“It’s always a pleasure to serve my customers and working with the neighborhood,” Pagliuca said.
Mangia, Mangia is one of many businesses that make it their business to be a good neighbor by cleaning in front of the restaurant and curbside helping to keep the North End debris free.
To top it off, the food is great!
3 Replies to “Mangia, Mangia to Celebrate 29th Anniversary”
Way to go Johnny-Mangia! Hoping to see you on Endicott St. for 29 more…
The best ham, egg, cheese and english in the neighborhood.
Wow!!! Congratulations Johnny Mangia!
My favorite Mangia Burger and I can never forget having Tripe on a Saturdays with my mother and my Aunt!
Hope you have 29 more years!!!!!
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