In a world in which 79% of smartphone users admit to keeping their phones within arms-reach 22 out of 24 hours a day, the opportunity to spend quality time with loved ones has become an increasingly rare commodity. Creating a connection (and we're not talking about on Facebook) is a difficult task in thie modern world, even among those we're closest to. So when it's time to make meaningful memories, an oustanding meal is just what the doctor ordered. For years, Bucks County residents have been turning to Carlucci's.
There's a reason why Carlucci's family of restaurants continues to grow – from their first Villa Rosa location in Yardley in 1986 to six popular restaurants today, including Mamma Mia Trattoria in Langhorne, Carlucci's & Carlucci's Express, West Windsor Grill, and Carlucci's on the Waterfront.
But building a family legacy was never the original intention of the Capuano brothers when they arrived in the United States from their beautiful hometown of Monte Di Procida, just south of Naples, Italy. The four brothers- Vincenzo, Aniello, Giulliano, & Floriano – along with their father, Carlo, were guided by Mama Rosaria who advised them “to put your whole heart into everything you do, always in pursuit of health and happiness.”
The Capuano family authentically embodies that spirit – a love for their family & their craft that simply cannot be faked. It is that rare quality – a refreshing dedication to time spent with loved ones over a delicious meal – that keeps diners coming back time and time again. It's all about sharing home-cooked Italian food with those you love the most. When Carlucci's famous bread arrives at the table, always fresh-baked and topped with a generous helping of marinara sauce, you know that you are embarking on time well spent together. It is that authenticity which continues to fuel the Capuano's family's legacy within our community.
And we are all lucky enough to be invited to the table. Mangia!