COLUMBUS - 

State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) presented a commendation from the Ohio House of Representatives to members of the Quagliata family with Mayor Brenda Bodnar. The family has operated restaurants in the area for over 50 years, including 42 in the Village of Mayfield. In July of 1975 the family opened The Spaghetti Company, which then became Alfredo’s at the Inn after a move in 1996.


“I am proud to commend the Quagliata family on their commitment to their restaurants and passion for their family and community,” said Rep. Anielski. “They are wonderful ambassadors of the spirit of the village and I wish them the best of luck in the years to come.”


The Qualiata family has also been continuous supporters of the Mayfield School District, the Mayfield athletic programs and the After-Prom Program. In addition, their charitable giving and participation in community programs has benefited Mayfield Village.


“This year marks our family’s 50th anniversary in the restaurant business and we couldn’t be more excited! We are so proud to be a part of Cleveland’s history and have enjoyed sharing so many meals and occasions with our guests,” said Fritz Quagliata, owner of Alfredo’s at the Inn. “It is an honor to be recognized and be presented with this plaque by Rep. Anielski.”


Alfredo’s at the Inn is located at 780 Beta Drive in the Village of Mayfield.


 


Pictured L-R: Mayor Brenda Bodnar, Rep. Anielski, Fritz Quagliata and his son-in-law John Kupinski.

 
 
 
  
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