BOONTON — Roma Pizzeria in downtown Boonton celebrated 50 years of business on Sunday, December 16. Hundreds of guests from Boonton and beyond came to congratulate the Dattolo family for their years of success and contributions to downtown Boonton.
Elected Officials in attendance included Senator Tony Bucco, Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, Sheriff James Gannon, Mayor Matt DiLauri, Alderman Michael Cardillo and Alderman Bob Tullock.
Senator Bucco presented the Dattlos with a Resolution from the New Jersey Legislature thanking them for their years of service. Assemblyman Bucco shared his memories of eating at Roma’s as a child growing up in Boonton.
Morris County Sheriff James Gannon discussed how he enjoyed eating at Roma’s when he began his law enforcement career as a Boonton Police Officer.
In December of 1968, Paul and Domenica Dattolo opened Roma Pizzeria & Restaurant for business in Boonton just across the street from the current location on Main Street. In 1980, they moved the business to the current location at 709 Main Street and have continued to serve the local community the finest Pizza and Italian Cuisine in the area. Enza Dattolo Isgett is very proud to continue her family business. Regarding the event, Enza said ” I just want to say thank you for all the friends and family that came out to celebrate with us. We could not have reached this 50 year mark without your support.”
Reflecting on years of service to the Boonton community, Paul and Domenica Dattolo said When we started this in 1968 we couldn’t even imagine that this day would come. Thank you all for the wonderful memories.
Roma Pizzeria has a full selection of Italian cuisine is open seven days a week at its location at 709 Main Street, Boonton. Roma Pizzeria also hosts private parties and serves the Boonton area with its catering services. For more information click here.