Milano’s Pizza celebrates 30 years serving the Hemet community


The Milano’s Pizza and Italian Restaurant crew, customers, and community are celebrating 30 years since the beloved local eatery opened its doors in February 1991.

To mark the occasion, the restaurant is commemorating the anniversary virtually with festivities for families and friends including deals, a raffle, giveaways, trivia, and nostalgia. “We are deeply grateful to our customers for their business over the last 30 years,” said Frank McGrath, founder and owner of Milano’s. “From the time we opened and now through the pandemic, our neighbors have continued to show their support.

We’re thankful that we can reflect on three decades with the food and friends who have stayed with us.” Customers will have opportunities to share memories and photos, play Milano’s trivia, and enjoy spotlights of employees, patrons, and menu items. “The people in this valley have truly made Milano’s a part of their family,” co-owner Jeff Ender said. “Whether it’s a Friday night football game, lunch with coworkers, or someone’s special day, Milano’s is honored to play a part in so many lives. Every time a customer orders from Milano’s to feed their family, it in turn helps put food on the table for our families.

This anniversary celebration is our opportunity to thank our customers for their friendship and business.” Customers are encouraged to purchase raffle tickets for a grand prize of a $100 gift certificate. Tickets are $5 each and can be added on when patrons order pick up or delivery. The restaurant will also be hosting daily specials and will be giving away a cannoli to the first 30 people who place an order on Wednesday, Feb. 17. Follow along with the fun on Facebook @MilanosPizzaHemet or call 951-929-2599.

Gina Ender • Contributor

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