Locally owned restaurant offers other Italian specialties alongside New York style pizza.

New, locally owned Napoli’s pizza shop opens in spot vacated by a national chain

The founders of Napoli’s Pizza in Miamisburg have family ties to other local Italian restaurants

Miamisburg has a new, locally owned and independent pizza shop, and it moved into space vacated nearly 18 months ago by a national pizza chain.

Napoli’s Pizza opened Nov. 14, at 718 N. Heincke Road in Miamisburg. A Little Caesars pizza shop abruptly shut down in that space in May 2018 after operating there for six years. 

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Napoli’s Pizza co-founder Mensur Demnika said he saw a need for a pizza place that also offers other Italian specialties in the Miamisburg area. 

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Napoli's Pizza is now open in Miamisburg, in space on Heincke Road vacated last year by Little Caesars.
Photo: Mark Fisher

The restaurant, which is for carryout and delivery only and has no seating, offers its signature New York-style pizza, but its menu also includes calzones, stromboli, sub sandwiches, garlic rolls and baked pasta dishes such as lasagna, manicotti, ravioli, ziti and spaghetti. Desserts such as tiramisu and cannoli  are also available.

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Demnika and co-owner Sefedin Alija have family ties to the original owner of Palermo’s and to Troni’s and Troni Brothers, all located in Kettering.

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Napoli’s Pizza is open for lunch and dinner six days a week, closed on Mondays. For more information, check out the Napoli’s Pizza Facebook page, and to place an order, call (937) 247-5018.

Napoli's Pizza is now open in Miamisburg, in space on Heincke Road vacated last year by Little Caesars.
Photo: Mark Fisher

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