Editor's note: The following is a press release from the village of Montgomery.
Rosati’s of Montgomery celebrated the opening of its dine-in expansion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 9.
Rosati’s, located at 2083 Orchard Road, expanded into the available unit to the north with a bar, tables and booths for a full-service restaurant. Customers used to the walk-up counter can now dine inside on the restaurant’s pizza, sandwiches or pasta.
Arturo Carlos, owner of the Montgomery Rosati’s, said he wanted the expansion to provide a casual atmosphere where patrons could sit and enjoy their meals instead of just picking them up.
“We want to serve our great customers great food in a great atmosphere,” Carlos said. “We want to wow them!”
Guests enjoyed pizza and drinks at the ribbon-cutting and got a first look at the sports-themed decor in the expanded area of the restaurant.
“I want to thank Arturo for staying in Montgomery and contributing to our community,” Montgomery Village President Marilyn Michelini said before the ribbon was cut.
Michelini was one of several Montgomery elected officials and Village staff members present. Other attendees included Carlos’ wife, Sandra, and son, Noah, as well as members of the Greater Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce.
“We are so pleased to have Rosati’s expand to allow sit-down dining,” said Acting Village Administrator Jeff Zoephel at the event. “It really diversifies meal options in the Village.”