This is what we found out about Merced Pizza Villa closing

The closure of Pizza Villa has been confirmed.

After the past 58-years, Andy Cuttone served the best pizza in Merced County.

A sign at the front door of the business was posted for customers.

A note posted in the front door for customers

Andy let’s customers know they are now closed for retirement.

The note posted also said, “If you are interested in starting your own restaurant, our equipment will be available to purchase for a limited time”.

Any inquiries should be made to bcuttone@cuttonelaw.com.

A note posted for employees regarding their closure.

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3 thoughts on “This is what we found out about Merced Pizza Villa closing

  1. So so so gonna miss this awsome place all our generation family has met here for many years. So sad there will never be another pizza like pizza villa.

  2. I was originally stationed at Castle Air Force Base. And after being discharged I came back to Merced in 1982 to go to college there… And I worked at Pizza Villa for that year and a half or so before heading home to Massachusetts. Andy was a great boss, it was a great place to work… And of course the best pizza in town! In the year 2000 I had a chance to return to California and made it a point to visit the old stomping grounds and pop in and visit Andy, who not surprisingly remembered me! Best wishes to him and his family! Thanks for being part of one of the best times in my life…

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