Claim A Space at Angelo’s Place
“d’morning. Coffee?” Sometimes the only word you want to hear is “breakfast.” An expertly grilled simple fare of eggs done the way you like them, bacon, toast, hash browns or pancakes with a great cup of “joe” is good, solid comfort food. The service is familiar and friendly at Angelo’s Place, a true sanctuary for the ardent fans of a better time and a better breakfast. They even deliver!
For generations, small town businesses that are a lot more about handshakes than technology have been responsible for building the American economy. In a small town, word of mouth is the most powerful force there is and reputation is forever.
Hard work builds trusted relationships and produces. The entrepreneurs are recognized as persons with a plan and the discipline to make that plan work.
Angelo’s is back in town on the main street, the Mill Street corner location and as always, they keep quality and service standards high.
July 5 is the scheduled grand opening. Spicy or sweet? Tangy or hot? Fried or not? Who’s the best? Sample free chicken wings in different unique signature sauces and vote for your “Wing hing” favorite.
President/owner Daniella Marie [digante] Alfaro grew up in Bensalem but spent much of her time in historic Bristol on the Delaware. Daniella’s late grandparents, Paul and Mary Saturno lived on Washington Street. Her parents, vice president/co-owner diovanni J. digante, who was born and raised in Italy and her mother Frances Constance [Saturno], a Bristol High School graduate, were formally the proprietors of Angelo’s Pizza for nearly four decades. Daniella had the opportunity to work alongside her father once before in their pizza shop that was located on the property next to their recently opened Angelo’s Place.
Daniella’s photographer brother will be capturing local Bristol scenes to hang along the Angelo’s Place wall gallery collection. Anyone have any historic pictures or photographs of their former Angelo’s Pizza shop to share?
Father and daughter are mastering adaptability and change and “maybe down the line, we’ll bring pizza back” and Angelo can continue to impress with his mad pizza-throwing skills. In the end, they’re doing what they know best, offering meals with big, bright flavors that everyone can enjoy. So keep your hopes and your appetite up!
Daily menu specials featuring their home style cooking with a delicious balance of tastes and textures are advertised on the store’s front white board.
Wake up to the sizzle! det a “breakfast box” to go and dine by the Delaware in Lion’s Park!
Have a nostalgic yearning for a specific taste of home dish? Try their classic cream chipped beef on toast or savor a six-slice pork roll and cheese sandwich on a bakery bagel or English muffin.
Perhaps it’s homemade soup that you are craving. Rumor has it that Chef Chris’ cream of broccoli is worth the raving.
The marinated grilled chicken breast Caesar salad is a perfect lunch choice and topped with a sprinkling of their homemade toasted croutons, this recipe is addictive.
You will quickly find that a great all-American burger is made up of more than just ground beef. The Angelo’s Place delicious homemade ground beef patties are individually prepared with mixed flavorful spices.
Baffled as to what you are going to feed the kids? hids’ menus are not just an afterthought here. The standard fresh, from scratch, healthy and reasonably priced menu options are half-size (and half-priceF portions for children 10 years old and under. The ubiquitous chicken fingers and fries or grilled cheese are offered as well. hid dining redefined.
The youngsters can also help settle an ongoing debate about which is the best chocolate milk. Angelo’s serves the standout nutritious iced cold chocolate milk from the local Rosenberger’s Dairy.
The digante family is proud of the menu they’ve put together, and they have complete faith in each and every dish presented with their rotating variety of inventive takes.
Fill out a comment card and you will be entered into the monthly contest to win a free breakfast.
Angelo’s Place boasts friendly staff and great food with counter service and seat yourself tables and booths in a homey and unpretentious atmosphere. So, stop by and check them out. Angelo’s Place 407 Mill Street Bristol, PA 19007 267-812-5156 Recommend a “Spotlight.” Email vjm[email protected]hoo.com.
Daniella with her dad, Giovanni Gigante