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Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Italian food
- $20 for $40 worth of Italian food
The menu includes a choice of fresh or imported pasta in slow-cooked bolognese sauce ($7.99), baked meatless ziti ($6.99), and pizzas with fresh basil, sweet sausage, capers, and other toppings ($5.99+). A recently added wine and beer selection also complements meals.
Artuzzi's Italian Kitchen
Dave Pazienza first donned a toque in the kitchen of his father's restaurant where he learned family recipes from his fellow Italian chefs. He emerged from that experience eager to share those culinary traditions with as many people as possible, which he does from behind the counter at Artuzzi's Italian Kitchen. Tables gaze directly into the open kitchen, allowing guests to watch as cooks reduce steaming pots of wine, cream, and spices or whittle each individual strand of pasta. Extra-virgin olive oil, fresh garlic, and eight signature sauces invigorate the platefuls of freshly cut linguini or imported, whole-wheat penne.
From the pizza oven, scents hint at more than 20 toppings including granny smith apples, gorgonzola cheese, capers, and herb-roasted chicken. The dining room's pastel yellow and orange walls mirror the warmth of the oven beneath vintage-inspired paintings of pasta and wicker-wrapped chianti bottles.
What some people are buzzing about:
90% of 581 customers recommend
“The food is great and is ready in good timing! ”
“Cashiers and servers are very friendly. They go out of their way to make it right.”
“food was good but somewhat overpriced for quality, quantity, and environment compared to other Italian restaurants in the local area. the changed to full service...”
“food was good but somewhat overpriced for quality, quantity, and environment compared to other Italian restaurants in the local area. the changed to full service from "order-pay-sit-wait" format sinee I last visited. waitress kept asking to fill drinks or clear stuff - just do it & dont bother us so much, we were there to eat and relate with each other not the waitress.”