Let Giammarco’s Cater to You and Your Graduate This Spring
We Specialize in Offsite and In-House Catering.
Dates Are Filling Up Fast, So Book Your Event Today!
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Congratulate Your Graduate and Relax on Their Special Day.
Share Your Favorite Giammarco’s Speciality Entrees With Friends and Family By Letting us Cater Your Event.
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Make Your Easter Sunday Reservations, Today!
Our Full Brunch Menu Will Be Available.
Sunday, April 1st, 2018 – 10:30am-2:00pm
Giammarco’s Is The Place For All Your Special Events!
We Specialize In Professional Onsite and Offsite Catering.
Let Us Do All The Work, So You Can Enjoy Your Special Day!
Make your New Year’s Eve Reservations today!
Our Specials on New Year’s Eve will include your choice of a Prime Rib or an 8oz Filet
We will also be featuring Creme Brulee for dessert.
Giammarco’s will be extending our normal Sunday hours and will be open until 11pm
Celebrate with Friends and Family this Holiday Season.
Our private Room is available on just a few more dates this month:
Tuesday, December 12th
Friday, December 15th
Thursday, December 21st
Tuesday, December 26th
Wednesday, December 27th
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Celebrate Birthdays, Anniversaries
and so much more with Giammarcos!
Contact: Ali Bernardo
For in house events and offsite catering
Monday October 17, 2016 is National Pasta Day and Giammarco’s Italian Restaurant in Westerville Ohio is the best place to celebrate the planets most beloved food.
Pasta is Latin for “dough” and according to the National Pasta Association (2016), there are over 600 different shapes of pasta and the average American consumes over 15 pounds a year. Pasta is healthy, versatile and easy to prepare. At Giammarco’s we have over 18 different pasta selections including our award winning lasagna.
There is strong evidence that pasta was made as early as 400 B.C. in Italy by an ancient Italian civilization known as the Etruscans. So, sorry Marco Polo, pasta was in Italy long before you had it in China. Although Marco Polo did not introduce pasta to Italy the Chinese have records of pasta being eaten as early as 5,000 B.C. (National Pasta Association, 2016).
It is believed that Thomas Jefferson was one of the first Americans to introduce macaroni to North America in 1789 after serving as our ambassador to France. In 1848 America’s first pasta factory opened up in Brooklyn NY and Americans purchase over 1.3 million pounds of pasta per year. That is enough to wrap the earth in spaghetti 9 times! (NPA, 2016)
Giammarco’s is proud of its pasta and even more proud of its rich Italian heritage. Family recipes, quality ingredients and the love of cooking is the secret the popularity of Giammarco’s and the amazing pasta creations. Come celebrate National Pasta Day and mention this blog and get $5 off your favorite pasta dish.