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Adriana’s is a small family owned lunch cafe
nestled in St. Louis’ Italian section of town,
known as “The Hill.” The restaurant opened its
doors in December of 1992 and is run by
Adriana Fazio and her daughters.
At Adriana’s it’s all about family.
From the names of the sandwiches down to the recipes, Adri and her girls offer guests a little
taste of their heritage.
Welcome to Favazza’s Restaurant, part of St. Louis’ historic “Hill” Italian neighborhood. Here you have the opportunity to experience this unforgettable dining landmark.
Favazza’s is a 300 seat, a full-service Italian restaurant serving thousands of guests every week. We are proud serve the best old-world Italian meals available without crossing the Atlantic. Feel free to tempt yourself with our online menus. You will find the meals that make Favazza’s famous and the wines to accent any meal.
Favazza’s is a family owned and operated Italian restaurant. Whether it’s date night, family dinner, a wedding reception, or a milestone anniversary; the Favazza family has been serving food to generations of St. Louisans and visitors alike since 1978.
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Experience our authentic Italian cuisine, specializing in signature pastas, hand-cut steaks and fresh seafood as well as excellent chicken dishes, served in an upscale atmosphere. Located downtown by Union Station, Lombardos Trattoria is the perfect place for a romantic dinner before the next concert, or event at the nearby Fox Theater, Peabody Opera House or Scottrade Center. With private banquet rooms for groups from 10 to 100 Lombardos Trattoria is the perfect place for your next corporate function, rehearsal dinner, or family celebration.
The Hill in Saint Louis is known for many things: classy restaurants, close-knit neighborhoods, shotgun-style houses, small mom n pop shops and good people. But perhaps the most striking feature of the community is the pride of their Italian heritage.
From the fire hydrants painted red, white, and green to the Italian restaurants, the influence of "Americas other Little Italy," as praised by Saveur Magazine, is clear to see. The 50 square blocks of the city is one of the most stable, endearing, and welcoming areas of the Saint Louis area. Celebrity chef Mario Batali, of The Food Network, describes The Hill as one of the top "Little Italy" neighborhoods in the country.
One of the staples of The Hill is Mamas on The Hill, perhaps one of the most famous and historic restaurants in Saint Louis. Home of the toasted ravioli, Mamas has become a landmark of The Hill and its Italian neighborhoods.
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In June 1995 Jamie and Steve Komorek opened Trattoria Marcella, a new type of Italian restaurant in St. Louis offering imaginative Italian cuisine and wine with superior hospitality and value that you expect in a top St. Louis Italian restaurant. Serving the “soul food” of Italy, Trattoria Marcella was an instant success amongst St. Louis Italian restaurants.
Throughout the years Trattoria Marcella has enjoyed critical acclaim from food writers and repeat guests from St. Louis and all over the world. Owner/ Chef Steve Komorek has been named Sauce Magazine Chef of the Year and has earned a Masters of Italian Cooking from Slow Food in Jesi, Italy. Trattoria Marcella’s wine program has been recognized by Wine Spectator many times. Consistently Trattoria Marcella ranks in the top of Zagat Guides most popular Saint Louis restaurants and best Italian food categories for St. Louis restaurants. Come in to Trattoria Marcella today.