About Us



When choosing the location for Focacceria in 2005, we instantly fell in love with the charm and history that the building offered. Walking up the front steps you hear the creak of the original floor boards, and as you enter through the large Colonial doors you may find yourself twisting the old fashioned hand crank doorbell. Every detail of the building is historical, and every picture hanging on the wall gives you a glimpse of what life was like in the 1800’s.

Focacceria 1800’s
Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church 1800’s



After being settled in 1722, Liberty Corner was a popular summer vacation spot, where vacationers would stay at local homesteads and milk farms. In the summer we attempt to mimic this experience with our outdoor patio. Offering comfortable outside seating, homemade meals and ice cold, handmade gelato, we bring Liberty Corner back to the popular vacation spot it once was.


Along with our passion for keeping history alive, we also have an even greater passion for food. All of our pastas, breads, and desserts are homemade from scratch each morning. We only use the finest and freshest seasonal ingredients when crafting our dishes. Not only are we preserving the history of Liberty Corner, we are becoming part of the history too.

See you Soon!

fire truck
Liberty Corner Fire Company – “Old Number One”