Giafano's Pizzeria in Clementon

Giofano’s Pizzeria, a gem in Clementon

Giofano’s Pizzeria has its roots deeply embedded in Sicilian heritage. Established in 2009 by Roberto Faltz, the restaurant is located at 1353 Blackwood-Clementon Road in Clementon, Camden County. However, its story begins even earlier, tracing back to Roberto’s mother, who immigrated from Sicily in her early twenties, followed by the rest of the family. Roberto, born and raised in Brooklyn, later moved with his mother to Voorhees in 1982, where she single-handedly raised four children, ensuring they all received a college education.

Faltz’s connection to Sicilian culture runs deep. Growing up in a household steeped in Sicilian traditions, he developed a profound appreciation for Sicilian cuisine and heritage. Fluent in Sicilian, Roberto inherited a treasure trove of family recipes passed down through generations, which he now incorporates into Giofano’s Pizzeria’s menu.

Meatball Parm at Giofano’s Pizzeria (Photo: Nicholas Bouillon)

At Giofano’s Pizzeria, quality is paramount. Roberto Faltz takes pride in sourcing only the finest ingredients for his dishes. From top round veal to chicken breasts and sirloin steak, every ingredient is carefully selected to ensure the highest quality and taste.

Giofano’s Pizzeria boasts a menu brimming with homemade delights. From hand breaded chicken cutlets to meatballs baked according to Roberto’s mother’s recipe, every dish is crafted with love and tradition. Additionally, the restaurant even bakes its own turkey in-house for turkey sandwiches, further enhancing the quality of its offerings.

Giofano’s Pizzeria takes pride in its bread selection, opting for denser bread from Cacia’s Bakery for most items, which imparts a unique texture and flavor. However, for the focaccia sandwiches, the restaurant prepares all focaccia bread in-house, ensuring freshness and quality in every bite.

Fat Nick sandwich at Giofano’s Pizzeria (Photo: Nicholas Bouillon)

While Giofano’s Pizzeria offers a wide array of traditional pizzeria fare, from pizza, stromboli, cheesesteaks, wings, burgers, and hoagies, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Notably, the hand breaded chicken cutlet with vodka sauce has become quite popular not only at the shop, but also a trending food item in South Jersey.

Wings at Giofano’s (Photo: Giofano’s Pizzeria)

But it’s the Southern Italian specialties featured on the menu that set Giofano’s apart from other local pizza shops. All made with love from a family with deep roots originating in Sicily.

Finally, exceptional customer service is a top priority at Giofano’s Pizzeria. Guests are warmly welcomed upon entering, fostering a friendly and familial atmosphere that enhances the experience. Whether it’s your first visit or you’re a regular patron, expect nothing short of top-notch service.

To experience the authentic flavors and warm hospitality of Giofano’s Pizzeria, pay a visit to their location in Clementon. Definitely check out their lunch specials offered daily! Don’t forget to mention South Jersey Food Scene sent you.

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Marilyn Johnson

Marilyn is a freelance writer covering the food and drink scene of South Jersey. You can find more of her writing on Philly Grub and NewsBreak.

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