VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Feb. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Ynot Pizza & Italian Cuisine recently announced a name change for 2015. Moving forward, the local restaurant will operate as Ynot Italian. Founders of Ynot Italian have communicated that the name and logo will be the only brand elements to change.
“We wanted to remind our customers that we’re more than just a pizzeria,” said owner and founder Tony DiSilvestro, “We’ve evolved over the past 21 years to become your local Italian restaurant in Hampton Roads. Our customers are our neighbors, friends and family and we take pride in providing each with great food, choice and value.”
Ynot Italian has been an integral part of the Hampton Roads restaurant scene since 1993. The brand continues to expand, with the sixth Ynot Italian restaurant opening soon in Chesapeake, Va. Through active community outreach programs and a certified nonprofit organization, Ynot Educate, the Ynot Italian owners are dedicated to contributing more than Italian food to their community.
“As we continue to grow and expand our business, we saw the need to evolve our name and logo,” said DiSilvestro. “We feel that our new name better captures our environment and offerings. We’re Ynot Italian, the Family Favorite.”
The Ynot Italian menu has an extensive selection of traditional, homemade Italian entrees including pasta creations, stromboli, calzoni, pizza, soups, subs, custom chopped salads, gelato, cannoli, a gluten-free menu, vegan options and more. All menu options can be personalized to order and are available for delivery. Ynot Italian is also known for its draft beer, wine and cocktail selection.
For more information on Ynot Italian please visit www.ynotitalian.com.
About Ynot Italian:
Ynot Italian celebrates over 21 years of business in Hampton Roads, and is a repeat “Best of” Gold winner in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake and Norfolk. The food menu offers traditional Italian recipes including homemade pizza, pasta, stromboli, calzoni, soups, subs, chopped salads and gelato—with both gluten-free and vegan options. The Ynot family has extended to now include roughly 280 employees spread out among 6 locations in Great Neck, Kempsville, Ghent, Old Dominion University, and Chesapeake’s Greenbrier and Great Bridge neighborhoods. For more information go to www.ynotitalian.com.
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