Las Vegas eatery dishes out traditional Italian food like cheese ravioli, chicken cacciatore, meatballs, and veal marsala
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for $40 worth of food for two or three
- $50 for $80 worth of food for four or more
- See the menu.
All dinners include minestrone soup or italian salad, garlic bread, pasta side, and a homemade cappuccino. Free house wine is also included.
The Fine Print
About Battista's Hole In the Wall
When you imagine an old-school Italian restaurant, something similar to Battista's probably comes to mind. Inside this vintage Vegas hideaway, time has stood still since the doors opened in 1970. Baskets hang from the ceiling, pictures of entertainers line the walls, and an Alaskan moose nicknamed "Moooosolini" oversees things from his perch. The restaurant has live music, too: it emanates from a gregarious accordion player who hops from table to table, putting an exclamation mark on a scene that always starts with...
There's nothing over-the-top or glitzy about the menu at Battista's: it's straight to the point and packed with Italian classics, including ravioli, lasagna, and juicy rib eye steaks. Every dinner comes with soup or a salad, a pasta side, and of course, the restaurant's beloved garlic bread. Dinners also come with homemade cappuccino and complimentary carafes of red or white house wine.