Founders, Tomaso and Addolorata Di Camillo
In 1920, with the help of their eleven children, Tomaso and Addolorata Di Camillo opened their first bakery in Niagara Falls, New York. From basement ovens in this store, the Di Camillo family began baking bread and delivering it to their neighbors in horse-drawn wagons.
Today second, third, and fourth generation members of the Di Camillo family continue this uninterrupted tradition of making wholesome hearth-baked bread and classic Italian cookies and confections for our friends and neighbors. Although our menu of breads and biscotti has greatly expanded, and our neighbors can be found all over the world, our standards, our traditions, and the pride in the products that we make remain the same.
Welcome to a place at our table.
The Di Camillo Family
Di Camillo Storefront 14th Street - 1925
Suzie at the Oven - Circa 1922
Di Camillo Family At Home - 1934
Tom & Betty Di Camillo - 1935
Home Delivery - 1929
Joe Babe & Bread Wagon - 1929
The Fleet - 1938
2nd Generation: Theresa Di Camillo-Hargrave, Angelica, Frank & Nick Di Camillo
The Di Camillo Brothers & Father - 1998
From left to right: Tom, Michael, David, Skip Center: Frank
Tom and Brian removing breads from oven - 1998
Our Master Baker Tom Di Camillo - 3rd Generation