It has frequently been said that the American example of overcoming adversity depends on designing and presenting an item for which people, in general, have been pausing. The achievement of the stuffed pizza is the tale of Nancy and Rocco Palese. They had lived the greater part of their grown-up lives making pizza in Turin, Italy, before moving to Potenza and afterward emigrating in 1969 with their three kids to the United States.
The time, spot, and item were at long last right when Rocco opened his new pizza eatery in Harwood Heights, Illinois. The new area was named Nancy's after Rocco's better half, Annunziata, and was devoted to the arrangement and serving of stuffed pizza. Nancy's had a seating limit of just 35 individuals when it opened. Inside a half year, Rocco needed to start the first of a progression of developments, which in the long run expanded the café's ability to 140 individuals. This was particularly vital after the 1975 rating of Nancy's by Chicago Magazine as, "The Best Pizza in Chicago."
Mr. Howey bought Nancy's name from the Paleses. The skill picked up during his years working the Oak Lawn Nancy's café was instrumental in his improvement of a bound together idea including Nancy's pizza items. In 1991, with the opening of the main "model" Nancy's Pizza Express in Tinley Park, Illinois, Nancy's became a pizza café, yet in addition an established business framework. With a bound together framework and idea, a proper establishment offering was concluded that is currently showcased on a nearby just as national level.