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Siino's Pizza, Pasta & Grill to Open in Lincoln May 27


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Lincoln CA, - Annalisa Siino, announces her own Siino's Pizza, Pasta & Grill to open on May 27 at 815 Twelve Bridge Drive in Lincoln CA. The location, currently Original Pete's, is set to make the switch to her unique Siino's Pizza, Pasta & Grill concept as a new and improved dining experience with the young franchisee officially becoming an individual proprietor.

Three years ago, at  21 Siino opened the doors of an Original Pete's and in less then three weeks this spot will be the beginning of a uniquely improved Italian restaurant, with all the familiar faces and superior customer service. Continuing to provide high quality food and delivery service, this new branding is not meant to erase the old, but rather enhance the individuality of Siino as the owner to tell her story.

Prowess.com states that around 30% of all US businesses are majority female owned and the number of women-owned businesses continues to grow at twice the rate of all US firms, and they are increasing in economic clout. Opening the doors of Siino's Pizza, Pasta & Grill is the next business move of this young entrepreneur toward a future for Siino as a renowned restaurateur.

Siino's concept is to utilize local business owners as new partners and feature fresh, locally grown products within the new menu. A few of the additional items will include; baked goods from Divine Desserts in Loomis along with hand-crafted brews from Loomis Basin Brewing Company & Roseville Brewing Company.

"Our region is full of skilled business owners creating delicious and fresh products and I  look forward to showcasing our combined efforts. By partnering with locals, my goal is to create Siino's as a preeminent and uniquely different dining experience, where local foods and beverages are featured daily in a family friendly environment. " Stated Siino.

Utilizing local products will help accomplish the ultimate goal of being known as 'a dining destination' worth traveling for.






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