Eatery that evokes the feeling of a New York Italian restaurant in the ’40s and ’50s serves up classic Italian dishes
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What You'll Get
- $19 for $30 worth of Italian cuisine
- See the menu here.
The Fine Print
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About Rubino's Ristorante
Co-owners Christopher J. Rubino and Henry Carrillo Jr.—the original owners of Roseville’s Bella Italia Bistro and Wine Bar—now train their eyes on Rocklin. Local publications and TV news programs have heaped multiple awards upon the eatery, which is designed to evoke the feel and taste of New York’s Italian restaurants of the 40s and 50s.
Executive Chef Jesus Mendoza’s plates present classic Italian dishes, such as spaghetti and meatballs, veal piccata, and chicken parmesan, and he pairs them with a wine list that spotlights California libations. Curtains and leather booths come together as an inviting dining room where guests savor their Continental lunches, Sunday brunches, and dinners. A banquet room accommodates larger groups, such as birthday parties and revolutionary movements. Mendoza and his team also cater.
Rubino’s is guided not only by an old-fashioned sense of service and cuisine, but by a commitment to its community. In addition to belonging to the Rocklin and Roseville Chambers of Commerce, the establishment donates to local organizations, hosts benefits, and sponsors the Rocklin High School football team, whose cheerleaders wave pom-poms made of donated linguine.