Piecasso’s owner, Eduardo Rovetto, learned the pizza business at a young age from his parents, Quinto and Rosa, both originally from Sicily. Ed grew up working at his parents’ and uncles’ shops in upstate New York. The pizza business has always been a family tradition in the Rovetto family. There are 10 Rovetto family pizzerias on the East coast.
Ed decided to bring traditional, hand-tossed, great tasting pizza to Stowe, Vermont in December of 2000. The Piecasso family thrived in its tiny location at the Gale Farm Center in Stowe for over 5 years. Due to his success there, Ed decided to buy the old Grill 108 building across the street and expand Piecasso into a full restaurant, bar, and lounge. The result: Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge, which opened February 8, 2006. Piecasso is a fun place filled with modern style, eclectic music, and great vibes. Come visit and enjoy traditional New York style pizza, authentic Sicilian pastas, fresh seafood, fine wines, fun martinis, and Vermont microbrews.
Try the locals’ favorites: the great assortment of slice pie offerings, fried calamari, garlic knots, the daily fish sandwich special, or the fabulous Treehugger pizza.
Piecasso is famous for its local following, friendly atmosphere, and great music. Come visit us! Piecasso is perfect for people of all ages, both couples and families (we have a great kids menu for coloring). Look for Ed, or Ryan spinning pies behind the counter in the open-kitchen! Relax, drink a local beer, and experience the great tasting food of Piecasso.