How would you like to dive into one of these dishes?—
Spicey, tasty pizza—hot out of the oven arid done to a turn. . . .
Real Italian spaghetti and meatballs, covered with tangy sauce. . . .
Or a thick, sizzling T-bone steak, cooked just the way you want it.
Now that you’re mouth is watering, we’ll tell you where you can get one or all of these dishes.
The name of the place is the Cafe Venice, Inc., located at 1084- 1088 Washington Street, Norwood, a favorite eating and drinking establishment since it opened in 1932. Owned by Antonio Lazzaro and managed by genial ‘Tony’ Guido, the Cafe Venice also serves other Italian foods, chops, plus ales, wines and liquors.
Others on the staff are Charles Marathas, chief cook and a World War II veteran, and George Michaels, assistant cook. The Cafe Venice is open 7 days a week1, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30. Manager Tony Guido issues a cordial invitation to you to visit the place if you’ve never done so —and if you’re an old customer, he wants you to know he appreciates your patronage and will continue to give good service and quality food and drinks.
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