In 1962, Giuseppe Giaimo left his hometown in Sicily to begin his journey to America. Only 16 years old, Giuseppe boarded a commercial freight liner which brought him to Canada where he spent one year working in an Italian restaurant. In 1963 he found his way to New York where he became a construction worker. Six years later, he was joined by his brother Salvatore; who also became a construction worker. After their years in construction Giuseppe and Salvatore left New York for Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It was there that they were presented with an opportunity to open a local pizzeria. At that moment Giuseppe’s was born.
The first Giuseppe’s Pizza & Family Restaurant opened in Warminster Pennsylvania in 1973.
The original menu offered nothing more than pizza, pasta, steaks and hoagies. In 1978, the brothers opened the Richboro location. At this point Giuseppe and Salvatore were joined by their younger brother Antonio. Then in 1995, the three brothers added the New Hope location. All three locations have been overseen by the three brothers in order to maintain the family run atmosphere.
Over the years Giuseppe’s Pizza has welcomed thousands of customers, over and over again. It is our customers to whom Giuseppe’s owes its success and reputation. With a menu that includes something for everyone and a family friendly atmosphere, Giuseppe’s Pizza does its very best to serve its customers and keep them coming through its doors over and over again. Giuseppe’s Pizza values the continued patronage and support of its customers and maintains strong ties with the Northampton Township and Bucks County communities. Giuseppe’s sponsors: local townships sports teams, schools and a number of activities; just to name a few. In February of 2005 Giuseppe’s started the Giuseppe Giaimo Memorial Scholarship Fund in honor of the late Giuseppe Giaimo, co-founder of the restaurant and devoted community supporter. This scholarship is given to students throughout the area. These are just a few examples of how Giuseppe’s gives back to its local communities.