The first ever Hudson Valley Pizza Fest

"Attention Hudson Valley pizza lovers: Save your appetite and save the date for the Hudson Valley Pizza Fest 2013 on Sunday, April 28, in Hopewell Junction at the Arbor Ridge Catering & Banquet Hall!" according to the Chronogram. "Angelo Notaro's family has been in the restaurant business for over 50 years. He has many contacts in the pizza industry, and many people begged him to do this after his success with the Hudson Valley Wing Bowl. "My dad, Angelo senior, and mom, Josephine, are real sticklers for taking care of the customer in front of you and their families, but I'm strictly a promoter of great eating and fun events for now," says Notaro, who is shooting for 10 plus vendors for the first Hudson Valley Pizza Festival."

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