In 1963, thirteen year-old Aldo Lamberti arrived in the United States with his family from Naples, Italy. His father Giuseppe, opened a pizzeria in Brooklyn, New York where young Aldo started learning the industry. Giuseppe taught Aldo how to make pizza, while Mom taught him how to prepare her traditional Italian specialties in the kitchen.
Between 1969 and 1974, Aldo's family operated two restaurants on Long Island offering guests traditional Southern Italian cuisine. At 27, Aldo returned to Italy to expand his culinary education, learning the preparation techniques of Northern Italian cuisine and the intricacies of the seafood business.
Upon his return to the United States, Aldo opened his first Ristorante Lamberti on Brace Road in Cherry Hill, New Jersey in 1985 (now known as Lamberti’s Tutti Toscani). The restaurant fast became famous with area residents and this was only the beginning. Aldo then opened Caffe Lamberti (today known as Caffe Aldo Lamberti) at the former Garden State Race Track Circle. But he didn't stop there. Partnering with other fine restaurateurs, most of whom were family or childhood friends, Aldo continued to open more restaurants. Thus begins the tradition of delicious Italian food and superior service that guests enjoy in all of Aldo Lamberti's Family of Restaurants today. Aldo’s Philosophy has always been: Excellent cuisine, Excellent atmosphere, Excellent service and Excellent value.
To date, Aldo Lamberti's Family of Restaurants include the flagship, Caffe Aldo Lamberti in Cherry Hill, NJ, as well as, Lamberti's Tutti Toscani in Cherry Hill, NJ, Positano Coast by Aldo Lamberti in Philadelphia, PA, Forno Pizzeria & Grille in Maple Shade, NJ, Lamberti's Cucina in Feasterville, PA, Luna Rossa Biagio Lamberti in Turnersville, NJ and Aldo Lamberti Trattoria in the Philadelphia International Airport.