3 Sons in Maspeth Sold
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Tommaso, owner of 3 Sons Restaurant ins Maspeth, Queens, sells his pizzeria & restaurant after 42 years in business.
Tommaso, owner of 3 Sons Restaurant ins Maspeth, Queens, sells his pizzeria & restaurant after 42 years in business.
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After 42 years in business, owner Tommaso Izzo has sold 3 Sons.

Tommaso asked the Queens Ledger Newspaper to relay a message to the neighborhood that will always hold a special place in his heart:

"Thank you for you supporting 3 Sons for over 42 years. It was a pleasure to feed you and your family, and I am very proud of what we have accomplished as a community. I will always treasure my fond memories of the many students from St. Stan’s, Martin Luther, Holy Cross, etc..., the special families I have come to know, the friendships and support of the hard working residents of Maspeth and surrounding neighborhoods. I want to give my blessing to the new management of 3 Sons. I am confident that they will serve the Maspeth comunnity well. Best, Tommaso & Maria Izzo."

The new owners of 3 Sons told the Queens Ledger that they will be keeping the pizzeria & restaurant, located at 57-29 61st St. in Maspeth, and have plans to update the establishment.

Stay tuned for the full story on the new owners and their plans for the Maspeth staple.

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Alan Boyscout
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April 11, 2018
I walked in today and seen that they were taking the signs off so I walked in and I felt sad there was nobody like tomasso and danny to greet you when you would walk in i as wall as every maspeth resident will truly miss the good old three sons. Thank you for the past 15 years of my life.
Maureen tompkims
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April 06, 2018
Many happy memories and our favorite pizza. Tomasso you are truly one of a kind and it’s been great knowing you for 42 years!!

As you know me

Joey’s mom
Joann Walsh
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April 06, 2018
I was so saddened to learn that Tommaso sold 3 Sons when I visited the pizzeria on Wednesday with my granddaughters. Tommaso has been a member of the Maspeth community for 42 years but, more importantly, he was a member of so many of our families! For years, many of us looked forward to Tommaso serving up delicious meals for our family get-togethers, birthday & anniversary dinners and the kids end-of-sports-season pizza parties. He always made a point of coming into the dining room to say hello and ask about our families. When my sons were growing up, Tommaso regularly let the boys and their friends hang out in the pizzeria on bad-weathered days so they stayed safe and warm. His only request was that they were respectful of his customers. He was watchful of all the neighborhood kids and even employed many of them.

The community of Maspeth has truly lost a treasure. But, we are happy that he will now enjoy a well-earned retirement. May God bless you with many years of good health, love and happiness, Tommaso. We are so grateful for the years you treated us all like family!

Joann, James, Patrick, Adriana and Demi Scaturro