Pizzeria Landmark For Sale!
Former Famous Pizzeria Has A New Name And Is Looking For A New Owner
December 15, 2007
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Family owned for decades, this landmark, located at 1406 N. Henry Street, now boasts a new name, Gulino's Pizzeria and is in search of a new proprietor
By: MyBayCity Staff
Antonino and Giuseppa ("Josephine") Gulino are ready to retire and move to Italy to spend more time with their grandchildren and less time in the kitchen.
Patron's enjoy the original specialties that have highlighted the menu for years in this Bay City landmark
This hard working couple have spent their lives bringing delicious Italian cuisine to the table for their Bay City "family". Mrs. Gulino states "Italy is where we are headed, but our family, our customers in Bay City, will never ever be forgotten".
Sister to Antonino, Maria Lupo hands longtime customer, Michelle Grusecki a "pizza to go"
For three generations Michelle Grusecki's family has counted on the presence of this landmark and states "We will surely miss them when they leave us. My family has know the Gulino family for over 30 years. Their wonderful food has been a staple in my life since I was a little girl".
Antonino and Giuseppa Gulino hope that the pizzeria will sell quickly and have priced it accordingly so that they can transition into the next chapter in their lives, spending more quality time with family
Gulino's Pizzeria is actively on the market with a sales tag of $89.900.00. The Gulino's are anxiously awaiting an offer on the property so that they can travel to South Carolina and Italy to be with family and enjoy what life has to offer outside of the kitchen.
Bob Kloha of Bay City enjoys his meal at his favorite "Saturday night stomping ground"
Gulino's will be open through December 23rd and then closed for the holiday, reopening on January 04 2008.
For additional information on the sale of this property, contact Jim Szilagyi of Bay Area Real Estate directly at (989) 450-5504
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