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"Fabbricanti di Salsiccia"
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Title"Fabbricanti di Salsiccia"
AbstractArticle profiling Mendolia's Italian Sausage, a family-owned business in the Historic Northeast's Pendleton Heights neighborhood for the last 60 years. Vito Mendolia first opened Mendolia's Market in 1947 at 400 Brooklyn Avenue. The company is currently operated by Vito's two sons, Anthony and Pete Mendolia, who plan to move it to larger facility at 2501 Guinotte Avenue in the East Bottoms district.
AuthorDale Castle
PhotographerDale Castle
DateMay 16, 2007
SourceNortheast News
LocationMicrofilm
Volume76
Number20
Page1, 7
See Also"Former Sausage Co. and Home," building profile by Michael Bushnell. Northeast News, March 12, 2008, v.77, no.11, p. 19. Also featured in Northeast News, June 25, 2008, Vol. 77, No. 26, p.19, "Featurehome" column.
SubjectSausages
Local SubjectMendolia's Italian Sausage Company
Mendolia, Vito
Pendleton Heights Neighborhood
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeNewsletter Article
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Item ID217203
CONTENTdm number36691
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