Morristown Original DiCarlo’s Pizza Shop Offer Variety of Tasty Menu Choices
Morristown — Whether it’s their traditional crispy square cut pizza, fresh baked pepperoni rolls or delicious calzones, the Original DiCarlo’s Pizza shops in Morristown and downtown St. Clairsville offer their customers a variety of delicious menu choices, according to Nate King, owner of both locations.
King said he saw a need for the pizza shops at both locations, as the Morristown location is a prime spot next to the Union Local High School and the St. Clairsville location sees customers on a daily basis from the nearby courthouse and many businesses in the downtown district.
In addition to their traditional square, sliced pizza that is made fresh daily, DiCarlo’s offers cheese stuffed Italian, steak, buffalo or veggie calzones and fresh baked 12-inch sandwiches on their menu. Other popular items on their menu include baked and breaded wings and fresh made salads. Some of the “extras” on the menu include their famous pepperoni roll, cheesy bread, breadsticks and veggie rolls. Both locations offer daily lunch specials until 4 p.m.
King said he emphasizes a strong work ethic among his employees, as growing up in an athletic family has carried over into the success of his business. In addition, he said strong community involvement has been an extremely important element to that success. He said his pizza shops have been involved with numerous fundraising events for schools, clubs, sporting events and other organizations.
Both locations offer catering for special occasions like birthday parties. To place an order at the Morristown location which is located along Belmont Morristown Road next to the high school call 740-782-0079. Located at 117 W. Main St., St Clairsville next to the courthouse, the St. Clairsville location offers daily delivery. For carryout or delivery at the St. Clairsville location call 740-449-2195. The hours of operation at both locations are: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2-9 p.m. Sunday.