LaRosa’s Pizza Sauce
In 1954 Buddy LaRosa opened his first pizzeria in Cincinnati using his Aunt Dena’s secret sauce recipe. What started as a local, family-run business is now an empire with more than 60 locations spread across Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee. The signature pizza sauce, of course, has remained unchanged.
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In 1954 Donald “Buddy” LaRosa opened his first pizzeria in Cincinnati with $400, three partners and his Aunt Dena’s secret sauce recipe. Called Papa Gino’s, the restaurant gained a loyal following on the city’s west side and, after a few years, Buddy bought out his partners renamed it LaRosa’s.
Today, LaRosa’s commands over a third of the market in the Greater Cincinnati area, selling more than 6 million pies a year from nearly 70 locations, making it the region’s #1 seller of pizza. It’s the exclusive pizza sold at the Kings Island amusement park, the Cincinnati Zoo, Paul Brown Stadium (home of the Cincinnati Bengals) and the Great American Ballpark (home of the Cincinnati Reds).
Aunt Dena’s distinctively thick, sweet sauce is still the restaurant’s calling card to this day. Try this signature condiment on homemade pizzas, pizza bagels, mozzarella sticks, breadsticks or pasta.
*Refrigerate after opening*
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