"NONNA MARIA KNOWS BEST"
Wishing to start a new life and share her old-country recipes with the world, Mariantonia Arcuri Campisi migrated from Sicily in 1966. With nothing, but a century of passed-down family recipes in her head, she started a family and a new life. Putting compassion and love into every single grown and hand-picked, freshest ingredient was all Mariantonia knew. It was the 'Sicilian Way'! The only way!
As the decades of the world changed, our family's original recipes remained a constant and family continued to be everything. To us, recipes and cooking are a celebration of life and a way to share ones' legacy. As our family grew, Dominic and Josephine Marino maintained the old-country, family style traditions that Mariantonia instilled, and Marino's Pizza & Pasta House opened its doors in 1982.
Being passed down from generation to generation, we continue to Serve the local York County community inside and outside our restaurant – bringing the neighborhood together! As the years go on, so does our relationship with our customers, who we consider our FAMILY.
TO YOUR TABLE
ALL WE DO IS SLAP ON A
How Are We Doing?
SAUCE OR GRAVY?
'Gravy' or 'Sauce' that tastes like my Nonna's or Mama's...
Being born and raised in Brooklyn and my family from the old-country - it is hard to find something to compare. Always enjoyed arguing with Maria whether it's called
'sauce' or 'gravy'
Keep it up &
I'll be watching”
— ROSE C.R.