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Enjoy the Taste of Italy at Vesuvio’s Pizzeria

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In an area where restaurants come and go, Vesuvio's Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria has been a Santa Clara County landmark for half a century.  A pizza and Italian cuisine pioneer, Vesuvio’s is one of the most popular pizza parlors in the area, known for both its pizza and pasta dishes. 

At its founding, Vesuvio’s adopted the Neapolitan pizza-making process, and today Vesuvio’s pizza is a combination of their original Italian Neapolitan recipe and the popular New York style, providing a selection for every preference. 

Their pastas are also very popular, which is why Vesuvio’s offers pasta trays to go.  If you’re throwing a get-together, Vesuvio’s pasta is an inexpensive yet delicious option for your party.  They can provide the food for up to 200 guests! You can order the family and party trays with all the extras the day before or in some cases the same day as your gathering, and Vesuvio’s can deliver it to you.  Catering services for parties of 50 or more are also available. 

For the past 50 years, Vesuvio’s Restaurant and Pizzeria has been an ideal gathering spot for the family and sports teams alike.  Their Italian dishes draw in customers from all walks of life, including grandparents who remember frequenting Vesuvio’s when they were children.  So make sure you stop by 3044 El Camino Real in Santa Clara and enjoy a delicious, authentic Italian meal.  To learn more about Vesuvio’s, visit their website at www.VesuvioPizzeria.com or call at (408) 296-1052.

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