The Perfili and Improta families of Vince's have never considered moving out of the southwest Detroit neighborhood where the restaurant was founded as ... More
Vinces Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria
The Perfili and Improta families of Vince's have never considered moving out of the southwest Detroit neighborhood where the restaurant was founded as a four-table pizza parlor in the spring of 1960. There would be no relocation for the restaurant named for Maria's husband, the late Vincenzo. Vince's will be marking its 50th anniversary this year, making it one of Detroit's oldest family run establishments. Vince's is known for its homemade dishes from Veal to the homemade pastas in one of our award winning house sauces meat, cream or tomato and basil sauce and don't forget about the best pizza in the city.
I grew up just around the corner and go to Vince's very often for my fix of Detroit's best pizza, pasta and canollis to be found. A sandwich called the pizza bread beefburger is a must try. Vince's is having 50 year specials starting May 20th and I'll be in the house. Well worth a trip to the finest Italian foods in the D.This old time Italian restaurant with the little old ladies in the back has been a long time favorite of many Detroiters. many stars have eaten here, Frank Sinatra, Muhammad Ali, Tommy Hearns and the crew of the Rosary Murders filmed at Holy Redeemer along with many famous Catholic church deacons.
Vince's Italian, while not in one of the most favorable parts of Detroit, is truly a diamond in the rough. Family owned and operated, Vince's staff take pride in the handmade dishes. Try the garlic pasta...or the sirloin grinder, the tiramisu is to die for. Private rooms, amazing artwork putting you at the home of the owners, reasonable prices. A definite must go.