Youngstown’s Pizza Tradition

Youngstown’s pizza roots stretch back to the turn of the last century, when Italian immigrants began to arrive in the city and settle mostly in the Brier Hill neighborhood. In fact, Brier Hill even lends its name to Youngstown’s own unique pizza – a pie with red sauce, green peppers, and romano cheese!

Since then, great pizza has become inscribed into the culinary consciousness of Youngstown, Ohio and America. When locals who have moved away are asked what they miss about Youngstown, the typical first response is, “the pizza!” Why such a response, you ask? Because, the Youngstown area is fortunate to have some of the finest pizza places in the country!

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This Summer’s Live Music Schedule at The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre

After a year-long hiatus, live music has returned to downtown Youngstown, and The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheatre is proud to announce its upcoming events for the summer of 2021.

The venue, which is located near the Covelli Centre, has the capacity to host 4800 guests. The Amp, as it’s often referred to, draws crowds not just from Austintown, Canfield, Boardman, and the Youngstown area but also music lovers from Pittsburgh and Cleveland. Here’s the rundown on 2021’s upcoming events, specifically featuring musical entertainment.

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