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4174 North Bailey Avenue
Amherst, NY 14226
(716) 833-1344
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1614 Hopkins Road
East Amherst, NY 14221
(716) 689-2345
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I grew up on Bocce’s pizza, here in Buffalo. My earliest memories are of eating Bocce’s. I moved away 7 years ago; I’ve lived all over the East Coast and in Italy - I can assure you, there is no pizza in the world better than Bocce’s. Whenever I’m in Buffalo, I order a pie. Thanks!
Ari Gerstman
Bocce’s Pizza may be the ONLY thing I still miss about Buffalo, after 35 years on the West Coast.
jeanne (Portland, Oregon)
It’s been at least 10 years since I had a pie from you guys and as I’m munching away on a slice for the first time in forever, I wanted to let you know that you guys still got it! Thanks for keeping up the tradition and for giving us diasporatic Buffalonians something to get homesick about! (Between you and Premiere Liquor, I will always be proud to know I come from a great town!) Cheers to you! Erick Desjardins London, Ontario, Canada Left Buffalo in 1977 :(
Erick
I remember Bocce’s as a kid in the sixties.....it always had "that taste"!! By the time the late seventies rolled around, I think the quality kind of fell. I remember getting a burned pie in the early 80’s and hadn’t ordered one since this past summer when my daughter left an empty Bocce box on the table! She told me how good it was so I got one...Tasted like how I remembered as a kid!
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Bocce Club Pizza Timeline

Bocce Club Pizza Timeline
1922 – May 18th S. Dino Pacciotti was born to Italian immigrants in Buffalo, NY.

1942 – Dino goes off to war

1945 – When he gets back he works part-time for Bocce Club and gets a job at General Mills as an accountant.

1946 – Dino Pacciotti and sister, Melvina Sacco purchase the Bocce Club and starts developing pizza.

1955 – Dino takes a risk and quits job at General Mills to work full-time at Bocce

1958 – Hickory Street closes, Clinton Store opens

1959 - Bailey Ave. store opens.

1966 - Bailey Ave. store existing brick structure built Old wooden structure torn down

1978 - Dino Pacciotti dies October 19th
Pacciotti family continues to run Bailey Store, Sacco family runs Clinton St.

1983 - Bailey store remodels with wood front

1988 - Pacciotti family opens Hopkins Rd. store

1996 - Bocce celebrates 50 years in business!

2009 - Bocce on Bailey Ave. remodels with new stucco front and celebrates 50 years at Bailey Ave. location
 

Bocce Club Pizza is now also offering gluten free pizza, boneless Buffalo wings, and the best subs in town!