And they have monster slices. From Business: Founded in , Mark's Pizzeria is a chain of more than 40 restaurants that provides a range of pizzas.
- Mark Crane, owner/founder of Mark’s Pizzeria, is honored for community commitment.
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Its restaurants serve Italian sausage, salads, calzones,…. From Business: Established in , Mark's Pizzeria offers pizza, wings, fried dough mozzarella sticks and subs chicken fingers.
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One such recent benevolence is in the form of a new food booth at the Wayne County Fairgrounds, a project that would have been nearly impossible for the Rotary and Lions clubs to finance on their own. Additional fundraising will be forthcoming from the service clubs, but through his foresight and generosity, Mark made it possible, as Clement said, for "many people to continue working to help others. Through the Paul Harris Fellowship, an additional substantial amount of money is given to the Rotary Foundation, which will find even more people to help in Mark Crane's name.
In the Spring of , a new building will be constructed for Mark's Pizzeria that will provide both indoor and outdoor seating, in addition to its take-out service. Shortly thereafter planned for late Summer, , the existing Mark's will also be torn down and replaced with additional parking and a paved connection to Canandaigua National Bank, Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts and Yotini's Frozen Yogurt. LaFountain added that the owner of Mark's Pizzeria - Mark Crane - has taken special steps to maintain uninterrupted service for his customers.
The existing shop will continue until the new building is ready. Then, late Friday, he'll close the old place and open up first thing on Saturday at the new place.