Pizza and Italian Cuisine at Farotto’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria (Half Off)
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In a Nutshell
Nearing its 60th anniversary, this Italian restaurant serves meals built around St. Louis–style pizzas with 20+ toppings to choose from
The Fine Print
Expires May 29th, 2013.
Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid on major holidays, including Valentines Day and Mother's Day. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Cannot combine with any other specials or discounts, including Happy Hour. Not valid on Friday and Saturday after 5:00 pm.
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Choose Between Two Options
$15 for $30 worth of pizza and Italian cuisine
$25 for $50 worth of pizza and Italian cuisine for four or more
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Farotto’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria
When he was 11 years old, Jim Parrott began working as a busboy at a restaurant owned by his sister and brother-in-law, Betty and Lou Farotto. That was in 1960. At the time, Farotto’s was a small operation, a 4-year-old Italian joint that served a few pastas, had limited seating, and offered carhop service. In the early 1980s, Lou stepped down and Jim stepped up to become the restaurant’s sole proprietor.
Since taking the reins more than three decades ago, Jim has helped Farotto’s grow further into its mold as a St. Louis institution. He’s overseen expansions throughout the venue, including the addition of an outdoor patio and larger dining rooms, which can comfortably pack in large crowds and the occasional herd of wild spaghetti noodles. The menu has changed a bit over the years, too, and today features customizable St. Louis–style pizzas as well as authentic pastas and sandwiches.
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