Calogero’s 6162 restaurant has a proud history.
Arriving by boat from Sicily in the early 1960s, Calogero’s founders Carmela and Antonio Noto were married in 1969.
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Their first business venture was the Hampton Fruit Market in Fremantle, and a few years later the family moved to 320 South Terrace, South Fremantle to set up Calogero’s.
Over the next five decades Antonio and Carmela and their four sons have built a thriving family business, which is still going strong today.
Named in honour of their first-born son, Calogero’s 6162 offers a range of delicious home cooked food, fresh produce, groceries, coffee, cake and paninos.
It is also the perfect place to find gourmet ingredients for that special home cooked meal - or to enjoy Nonna’s delicious pasta or lasagne.
Antonio and Carmela retired in 2015 and their sons now continue the tradition of the family business.
Proud sponsors of the FiPP, the Calogero family have been good corporate citizens and Fremantle identities for the best part of 50 years.
FiPP urges all photographers to support our wonderful sponsors like Calogero’s 6162 - and the business also encourages all of its present and past customers to enter the 2017 FiPP competition.
All proceeds from the competition go to the Arthritis and Osteoporosis Foundation of WA.
Be quick though, and get your entries in by August 11, 2017.
Click HERE for details.