Famous New York Baking Water Corp. Helps a South Florida Restaurant do Record Business During Slow Season
Famous New York Baking Corp. catapults South Florida restaurant business to new heights. Mamma Mias Trattoria reports they are doing record business in the slow season, which owner attributes to a special new water filtration system he installed recently.
"Business is hot," says Joey Lograsso, owner of Mamma Mia's Trattoria in Lake Worth, Fla. "I'm selling an additional 150 pizza pies each week. I can only imagine what I will do when the season hits."
When asked what he is doing differently than other restaurant owners who are struggling this time of year, Lograsso states emphatically, "I can only attribute the sudden spike in sales to this new water system I installed."
But this is not just any water system. This water system recreates New York water but in a healthier form. "I know it sounds crazy, and I was skeptical, too, when I first heard about it. However, I'm the type who's always striving to be the best. I listened to what this water company had to offer. I challenged them and put their water to the test. By the time I was through testing it in my pizza, soups and drinks, I knew that this company really was onto something special and I had to have it," says Lograsso.
"The crust of my pizza came out crispy and thin, with a great texture and without all the heaviness of the typical Florida pizza. My soups taste better and my coffee and fountain drinks are also more flavorful due to the pure water. So far things are going great! I've received nothing but positive feedback from my customers. It also feels good knowing I'm serving my customers the healthiest glass of water around....I feel good about that."
Famous New York Baking Water Corp., based out of Boynton Beach, Fla., promotes its water as not only the perfect water for getting those distinctive New York baking results in pizza and other baked goods, it also boasts that it brings out the sensitive flavors of the food.
"It is also some of the healthiest and purest water you can drink," says company president Angela Bean. "It's like New York water was over 150-200 years ago, before there were any toxins or impurities to contaminate it."
"I'm thrilled Joey's business is doing so well," says Bean, "But I'm not surprised. New York is world renowned for its distinctive water and baking capabilities."
"The quest is to capture that same wonderful, authentic flavor that people so fondly remember tasting back in New York," says Bean. "So, the concept behind Famous New York Baking Water Corp. is that if we can tap into and replicate that unique, desirable 'New York flavor' anywhere in the world, then we will provide something truly exciting to those who crave that 'New York Experience.' So, whether it's pizza, bread, great soups, desserts, and yes even bagels, our water system is a great investment for any restaurant."
Lograsso feels his strategic investment is really paying off. "I've seen a big difference in the flow of business in the last month as compared to last year at this time," he said. "I feel that putting the water system in my restaurant was the best decision and investment I've made in a long time. I can see first hand everyday the difference the water makes in the food. More importantly, my customers see the difference and taste it, too, and they love it."
Moe and Brenda Sperber, originally from New York, frequent Mamma Mia's regularly, and even celebrated a recent birthday at the restaurant.
"The food is wonderful, we come here all the time," says Brenda Sperber. "We've noticed the food is better than ever."
The Sperbers are thrilled that the restaurant has healthy water, and say it fits in perfectly with their healthy lifestyle.
Tony and Jane Cimaglia of Boynton Beach are frequent visitors of the restaurant.
"They make the best pizza around," said Tony Cimaglia. "We tell everyone we know how good the food is."
Visit Mamma Mia's Trattoria at 8855 Hypoluxo Rd. Lake Worth, Fla.
For more information about the Famous New York Baking Water Corp. visit www.NewYorkBakingWater.com