Valentine's Day just got a whole lot cheesier at Chanello's Pizza. Join us for a slice of romance! 💕
Short description needed We even stay open until 1 AM (sometimes until 3 AM) so we can satisfy those late-night munchies.
11525 Midlothian Turnpike
|Monday||11am - 1am|
|Tuesday||11am - 1am|
|Wednesday||11am - 1am|
|Thursday||11am - 1am|
|Friday||11am - 3am|
|Saturday||11am - 3am|
|Sunday||11am - 1am|
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We began our journey as Chanellos Pizza Franchises in late 1999. After 14 years as a district manager for one of the large chains, the opportunity to partner with Chanellos Pizza was the break I/we had been praying for. Our early years were a blur of working nearly open to close every day as we learned how to be business owners. In 2004, after seeing some positive results in our Williamsburg location, we had the opportunity to take over the Greater Richmond market as a master franchisee. This started a new whirlwind of activity as we helped grow several additional stores in the market. In addition to the Richmond market, we are involved in our original Williamsburg location as well as a couple of stores in Newport News.By 2008, Mama C (my wife, Courtney) was having health issues and was struggling with her day-‐to-‐day responsibilities. We attempted to sell some of our stores to some of our best managers to lighten her workload. Unfortunately, every one of those deals gradually failed. By 2011, we were in full rebuild mode from that season of setbacks. Mama C was not any better. We were struggling to figure out our next move and our purpose.
At this time, my nephew was completing a rehab session for teens at an inner city church formerly known as the Roc. My sister asked us to help keep him in church and that started a whole new chapter of our lives. We became involved with the teen ministry and this gave us a purpose. (Due to the illnesses Mama C deals with, we had never had our own children). We quickly found ourselves volunteering and connecting with youth from many of the toughest housing projects in our city.In May 2012, we took on the role of God-parents to a 16 year old who was struggling with depression and anxiety. Being mom and dad quickly became our new favorite jobs. Before long we had fourteen kids as a part of our “God-family”. This created a drive and a ”why” we had been missing. When this journey began, the kids were between the ages of 14 and 18. The youngest is now 20.