Wausau Pilot & Review

Angelo’s Pizza, the iconic Italian Restaurant that shuttered in June after decades in business in Wausau, released a list of businesses on Thursday that will carry their goods.

Owners Angelo and Janet Volpe semi-retired in 2014 when their son, Peter Volpe, took over day-to-day operations. In May, the Volpe family announced that they would close the restaurant and shift to producing wholesale frozen pizzas.

The list of locations is as follows:

In addition to their traditional pizza selections, pizza fries will soon be available, according to the family.

Read about the restaurant’s history below.


The end of an era: Angelo’s Pizza to close in Wausau

By Shereen Siewert It’s the end of an era for an iconic Italian restaurant in Wausau, as Angelo’s Pizza Villa prepares to close following more than 50 years in business. For many, Angelo’s was a place to gather after Little League games, after high school dances and football games, for birthday parties and engagement celebrations.…