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Welcome, Danelli's!

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Today, Patch features John Daniels, owner of Danelli's Ristorante.

What does your business offer? We offer homemade pizza and southern Italian cuisine.

When was your business established? 1979.

How did you choose your name? Our last name is Daniels and my mother's name was Natalie and they called her Nellie. She was the inspiration for the restaurant. There were 8 of us kids, so we used 8 letters and Danelli's was formed.

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This business profile is by Natalie Stevens, a Patch Local Business Advocate. Stevens teaches local businesses how to use Patch to grow their business. To contact her, email natalie.stevens@patch.com

like2volunteer August 30, 2012 at 03:24 PM
We love going to Danelli's for a change of pace. Sandwiches like the Godfather are delicious, kids like the ravioli or baked mostacolli. Haven't had anything we didn't like.
Missing34 August 30, 2012 at 05:17 PM
"We would like to welcome Danelli's Ristorante to the Patch community! When a local business interacts with Patch by claiming its listing,... " Reading is a skill, just because the Patch has them listed, doesn't mean they have acknowledged that listing, which is the case here. So I'm guessing everytime you don't like something or have a beef about someone or something you jump on them right from the get go? If people gave their opinions on Danelli's during the "contest" for best restaurant, then that's understandable. Basically you are saying "hello, I don't like you". Sometimes you should just say nothing..., but I've read enough to know YOU CAN'T, you enjoy being miserable and like to see others that way. Have a good day.
Logansdad August 30, 2012 at 09:02 PM
"just because the Patch has them listed, doesn't mean they have acknowledged that listing, which is the case here" So in other words Danelli's didn't know anything about the Patch. All that is doing is giving the restaurant a free advertisement and a chance to explain what the business offers. They were already listed as a business and people had a chance to comment on their dining experiences long before this article was posted. "So I'm guessing everytime you don't like something or have a beef about someone or something you jump on them right from the get go?" You act as if Danelli's just opened when it hasn't. What's wrong with an honest critique of my dining experience. I suppose you rather hear everything is rosey and fantatsic when it is not. "If people gave their opinions on Danelli's during the "contest" for best restaurant, then that's understandable." Why is one place better than another? Oh because you said so "Sometimes you should just say nothing..., but I've read enough to know YOU CAN'T," Who is the one that keeps following me? It seems like you can't stay away. And somehow it is my fault. Who appointed you as the one that dictates what can and can't be posted in Patch articles. Maybe you should start your own news paper. Your tag line can be "Good and pleasant news. All day, every day"
Missing34 August 30, 2012 at 09:39 PM
Feel better now? Follow you? Dont flatter yourself. Your negativity is all over the place Not my fault you put your criticism in the wrong place
Judy Siedlecki August 30, 2012 at 09:55 PM
Love Danelli's pizza, one of my favorites & I enjoy their lasagne too. Like the cozy feel of the place & that it is family owned and been around for a lot of years. Try it! You'll like it!

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