About this Business
From Our Editors
From the moment Bob and Rose opened Wayne's Pizza in 1964, they've stood by an unwavering commitment to fresh ingredients and from-scratch recipes. "We would never think of serving you mushrooms from a can," the duo declares on their web site. They'd also never consider a jarred spaghetti sauce—the marinara here is made with a recipe that's been in Rose's family for generations. And those chowing down on the lasagna have Rose's Grandma Rose and Aunt Dolly to thank for the recipe. Even the ribs are one-of-a-kind here, dredged in a spice blend unique to Wayne's. Rose and Bob's son Tony took over the family business in 2012, and though his parents have retired to cheesier pastures, their tradition of friendliness and freshness lives on: "A Wayne's Pizza customer," they promise, "is a lifelong, forever friend."