About this Business
From Our Editors
The kitchen may look a bit different than when it opened in 1973, but the family in charge and the recipes are still the same. Though there are three generations now, chefs still hand make their sauces and pizza dough daily, ensuring that each ingredient still has the space to shine brightly when brought to life by the heat of the oven. Italian pastas steam in large pots nearby, and hot and cold sandwiches brim with veal, steak, salami, and meatballs like a screenplay written by somebody who forgot to eat lunch. This dedication to providing good eats recently earned Al's Restaurant a designation as the "2012 Business of the Year" from the Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce.