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May 15, 2012

“Culinary Institute of America grad Anthony Marino is behind Marino’s of Mullica Hill, targeted for an early May opening in Mullica Hill Commons Shopping Center, 157 Bridgeton Pike in Mullica Hill. He’ll do breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days. Fare will include pizzas, salads, sandwiches, soups, and panini.”

“Marino grew up making pizzas and stromboli at his father Joe Marino’s Pizza in Runnemede. After the CIA, he externed at Le Bernardin and, with a classmate, later ran a fast-casual operation in Philly called Gia Pronto. He’s big on local products. On opening day, Marino’s featured pizza will be a bianco topped with Mullica Hill raised asparagus, smoked Scamorza cheese, fresh parsley, garlic, and extra virgin olive oil. Featured sandwiches will be a beef cheek Bollito with salsa verde and chili sauce; and Speck ham from Alto Adige with Taleggio cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, and extra virgin olive oil on ciabatta.”

Originally Posted on “The Insider” Philly dot com written by Michael Klein Michael Klein covers the restaurant scene in his Thursday Inquirer Food column, “Table Talk.”