Claim A Space at An­gelo’s Place

The Advance of Bucks County - - BRISTOL AREA -

“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.

Gio­vanni Gi­gante

Daniella with her dad, Gio­vanni Gi­gante

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