Mancino's Pizza & Grinders

Mancino's Pizza And Grinders

Looking for a GREAT place to eat? Make it MANCINO'S!!

Mancino's is a wonderful, Italian-style restaurant with so much more! We offer delicious hand-tossed pizzas, many different flavors of Grinders, penne rigate pasta, numerous types of salads...even wings, wraps, and wet burritos!!

For desert, you HAVE to try one of our decadent chocolate brownies!!


Click HERE to access our full menu.

Or place your order online now for our Big Rapids Location!

Need to feed a whole group? Click HERE for our catering menu.



How do I find a Mancinos near me?

We have many locations throughout West-Central Michigan with most locations offering home delivery. This means you can enjoy a great meal without slaving over a stove and without even leaving your driveway. If you decide to go out to eat, you'll enjoy our clean, comfortable atmosphere and friendly staff. We also offer convenient carry-out service if you want to grab something on your way home after a hard day's work.

Click HERE for a complete listing of our stores including phone/fax numbers and a map to each location.



What's a Grinder???

A Grinder is Mancino's unique, oven-roasted, sub-style sandwich served hot and topped with lettuce and tomato. With over 20 kinds to choose from with a variety of meats and cheeses, your taste buds will never be bored! Our bread is baked fresh daily to guarantee a great tasting sandwich!

Choose either a 9 inch (half) or tackle the MAMMOTH 18 inch (whole)!

History of the Grinder

The term “Grinder” can be traced back to the East Coast where, during WWI, Italian immigrants set up sandwich shops close to the shipyards. Their freshly baked Italian rolls were filled with generous amounts of meats and cheeses and were then baked and garnished with lettuce and tomato. These super-sized sandwiches were a favorite of the hard working men who ground rivets off the metal warships. The friendly shop owners referred to the men as grinders, and the ever popular sandwiches also came to be known as “Grinders.”