WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - Pizza Mia and Trattoria's co-owners were joined by members of the Wood-Ridge Borough Council to officially celebrate its grand opening Saturday morning with a ribbon cutting ceremony at its Hackensack Street location.
Members of the Wood-Ridge Borough Council, including Councilman Ezio Altamura, Councilman Dominick Azzolini, Councilman Joseph DiMarco, Councilman Edward Marino, and Councilman Philip Romero, joined owners Sal Segreto and Vito Monteleone for the official ribbon cutting. Rosario Baudone was unable to attend the event.
DiMarco welcomed Pizza Mia to Wood-Ridge, and wished them success in their business.
The store held its soft opening on Monday, May 21.
Segreto said they will use the freshest, healthiest ingredients in the authentic Italian cuisine, use the healthiest grains, and make their own mozzarella.
He said the signature dish is Roman pizza (pizza al taglio), a rectangle pizza with mozzarella, tomato and basil, cut with scissors, not a pizza cutter.
Pizza Mia is located at 255 Hackensack Street, across from Wood-Ridge High School.
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