Historic Milford LaRosa's Relocates After 50 Years

Owners believe it's time to freshen things up with new central location and modern 140-person dining room

click to enlarge Exterior of LaRosa's at its new Milford Shopping Center - PHOTO: PROVIDED BY ANN M. KEELING
Photo: Provided by Ann M. Keeling
Exterior of LaRosa's at its new Milford Shopping Center

Local pizza chain LaRosa's Family Pizzeria has moved its historic Milford location.

After almost 50 years, the beloved eatery has shifted from its original location at 28 Cemetery Road to the Milford Shopping Center — a central, more easily accessible location, says a press release.

Butch and Rose Stertz have owned the restaurant for 37 years, and they believe it's time to freshen things up. The new space features a modern 140-person dining room as well as new décor and a Buddy Room for events and parties. Guests can expect the full LaRosa's menu including over 40 items ranging from pizzas, hoagies, salads and more.

click to enlarge 140-person modern dining space - PHOTO PROVIDED BY ANN M. KEELING
Photo Provided by Ann M. Keeling
140-person modern dining space

“We’re so incredibly fortunate to have served the Milford community for 37 years, and can’t wait to offer our guests an even better family dining experience,” says Rose Stertz“There have been so many wonderful stories and memories with our guests over the years, and we look forward to creating more special memories in our new restaurant."  

A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place the morning of May 28, which was followed by a grand reopening at 10:30 a.m. The LaRosa family, including President and Chief Culinary Officer Mark LaRosa, Chief Executive Officer Michael LaRosa, LaRosa's founder Buddy LaRosa, were in attendance to christen the new location.

LaRosa’s Family Pizzeria is located at 975 Lila Ave. in the Milford Shopping Center. For more info, visit LaRosas.com.

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