Alesi Pizza House was established in 1957. Mariano "Mike" Alesi along with his wife Bertha brought Lafayette the first Italian Pizza House. After relocating to Lafayette with his four sons, Jerome, Mike, Thomas, and Charles, Mike quickly realized that no one in Lafayette knew about pizza. They decided to open their doors on the old Scott highway, at the intersection of Cameron and Bertrand. In 1962, he moved to the current location, on Johnston Street, bringing the famous neon pizza man sign. At the time, Johnston street was considered the country, which worried Mike a bit. But after many years, now they are located at the heart of Lafayette city limits.
Cheese Pizza- 10 inch pizza dough, homemade tomato sauce, provolone cheese.
Cooking instructions: Cheese-preheat oven to 400 deg. and bake for 12-15.
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|Size||1 (10") pizza|
|Serving per container||No|
|Calories from fat||No|
|Saturated fat per unit||No|
|Cholesterol per unit||No|
|Sodium per unit||No|
|Total carbs per unit||No|
|Dietary fiber per unit||No|
|Ingredients||pizza dough, homemade tomato sauce, provolone cheese|