Spinato’s Pizzeria has served its rich crafted Italian taste with artisan ingredients for over 40 years. From pasta and pizza to fresh salads and decadence deserts, they also offer classic Chicago-style dishes and unique Arizona creations.
How did Spinato’s Pizzeria become large over the years?
One has to trace the root history of Spinato’s Pizzeria to find the answer. In 1974, Ken and Elaine Spinato opened their first pizzeria after moving from Chicago to phoenix with their infant daughter Nicole. Eventually, within a year, their son, Anthony, was born, and over the next 40 years, Spinato’s grew through word-of-mouth thanks to their authentic Italian flavors and family atmosphere. Every guest was treated like a family member, focusing on them to provide the food and ambiance that inspired a family legacy.
What recipe does Spinato’s Pizzeria use?
The family has been cooking together, experimenting, innovating, and challenging each other’s dishes since 1974. Their last generation’s secrets have not just been passed down like that; each generation improves upon them in their family kitchen. They love sharing their family favorites and invite customers to do the same. Keeping everyone in mind, the family has been working with recipes to create something that everyone at the table could enjoy. Spinato’s pizza makers follow the mission of providing exceptional food and service for the community to build memories and connect with their customers.
The Spinato family kitchen is also known as the scratch kitchen. It is the place where all the magic happens. Desserts, sauce, and dough they make there and then deliver to all six locations help them ensure the same great taste and quality at all locations. The locations are –
- North Phoenix
- Central Phoenix
- The Block in Scottsdale
- North Scottsdale
The family thinks their kitchen to be more than a job. They treat every team member like family and call them their family members. By working in Spinato’s kitchen, one can become part of a fantastic team that lifts each other up to provide a warm, welcoming experience for everyone who walks through their doors. Many management members also work part-time as servers, cooks, or hosts.