Biz Spotlight: Bellacino’s Pizza & Grinders

Friday, January 18 at 08:15 AM
Category: Business Banking

Family owned and operated since November 2004, Bellacino's Pizza & Grinders is a restaurant serving the local communities of South Tulsa and Jenks for nearly eight years. Chris and Cheri Robinette, along with their youngest daughter Courtney (now general manager), strive to make Bellacino’s a place for great food, a friendly atmosphere, and familiar faces. 

Bellacino’s* is best known for their authentic grinder sandwiches which are traced back to the East Coast during WWII where Italian immigrants set up sandwich shops near the shipyards to feed the hard-working men whose job was to “grind” rivets off metal warships.

These sandwiches start with daily made-from-scratch bread, the highest quality meats and Bellacino’s own blend of cheese. Baked at 500 degrees then topped with fresh lettuce and tomatoes, these are great sandwiches! With over 20 different options to choose from, you’re sure to find one that’s right for you. They also serve great pizza, pasta, appetizers, and salads and offer a full kids menu.

“We love people and enjoy serving the community through our restaurant,” said Chris Robinette, owner of Bellacino’s Pizza & Grinders. “The people are what make the difference, and we are blessed to be a part of this incredible community. Our commitment to provide the highest quality food and prompt service with a consistent experience every day is what keeps our regulars coming back year in, year out.”

Bellacino’s accepts ORU Eagle Bucks* which is a way for local college students to use their school’s meal card to pay for food. Bellacino’s is also partnering with a delivery service company called You Buy We Fly* making the great food even easier to enjoy by delivering it right to your doorstep.

When asked why they choose to bank with Arvest, Bellacino’s, a long-time and loyal Arvest Bank customer, said it is consistent service, nearby locations, and friendly staff who know them by name that keep their relationship going. 

For more information, please visit Bellacino’s website*, like them on Facebook*, or follow them on Twitter*.

Links marked with * go to a third-party site not operated or endorsed by Arvest Bank, an FDIC-insured institution.

Tags: Arvest Biz, Business Banking, Oklahoma, Tulsa
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