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YOKOHAMA JAPANESE STEAKHOUSE, HIBACHI, & SUSHI

300 Quaker Lane, Warwick, RI 02886 | (401) 826-8200

Open Today: 11am – 11pm

Venue Description

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    Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana was founded in 1925 by Frank Pepe (b. April 15, 1893 d. September 6, 1969). Born in the town of Maiori, on the Amalfi coast, southwest of Naples, Frank Pepe was the quintessential Italian immigrant. Poor and illiterate, he immigrated to the United States in 1909 at age 16 with little more than his health and a strong work ethic. His first job was at a New Haven, CT factory until he returned to fight for his native Italy in World War 1 a few years later. He married Filomena Volpi, also from Maiori, in 1919. As newly-weds they returned to New Haven, CT in 1920 to begin building their new lives together. Frank Pepe took a job at a local Wooster Street macaroni manufacturer, Genneroso Muro (the current location of Libby’s Italian Pastry). He then worked for Tony Apicella at his bread bakery, also on Wooster Street. He made his first entrepreneurial move by establishing his own bakery at 163 Wooster Street — in business today as Frank Pepe’s the Spot — baking his bread and delivering to the local community with a cart. Since he had difficulty documenting, because of his illiteracy, to whom he delivered and to the quantity, he soon abandoned his efforts of delivery service. Instead, he made the fortuitous decision to start a business where his customers would come to him.

Hours

Sunday: 1pm – 10pm

Monday: 11am – 10pm

Tuesday: 11am – 10pm

Wednesday: 11am – 10pm

Thursday: 11am – 10pm

Friday: 11am – 11pm

Saturday: 11am – 11pm

About

Scenes: Martini Bar, Sushi Japanese, After Work, Restaurant

Cuisines: Asian, Fusion, Steakhouse, Sushi

Music: 80's, Classic Rock, Jazz

Crowd: Casual Crowd, Locals, Families

Best Food: Steaks, Sushi

Best Drinks: Martinis

Details

Crowd Type: Family Friendly

Dress Code: Casual

Gift Cards: Available

Parking: Plenty

VIP: Great VIP program

Signature Drinks: Many unique drinks

Takeout: All Day, Every Day

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