Since 1972, the Cunetto family has consistently provided great food at great prices. With a spacious, nice, but casual atmosphere for diners, and a ... More
Cunetto House of Pasta
Since 1972, the Cunetto family has consistently provided great food at great prices. With a spacious, nice, but casual atmosphere for diners, and a prime location right "on the Hill" and with plenty of parking, Cunetto's has become a place for both locals and tourists looking for the quintessential Italian meal!So come in and find out why Cunetto House of Pasta tops the Best Restaurants polls year after year. Anyone visiting St. Louis must try Cunetto's and make it as much of a destination as the Gateway Arch or the Zoo. It may be the highlight of the trip!Vince and Joe Cunetto were always cooking in the back room of their neighborhood pharmacy. The three legged, two burner countertop stove had to be held up with a coffee cup, but it did the job. Whether it was a big pot of soup or an old family pasta recipe, friends, local doctors, and drugs salesmen would gather in the small back office for a delicious meal.In 1972, the Cunetto brothers sold the pharmacy. Determined to stay on "The Hill" in the historic Italian section of St. Louis, they opened Cunetto House of Pasta in October 1974. Cunetto's, as it is most commonly called, still remains in the same location and continues to serve the same delicious traditional Italian cuisine since the very beginning.Over the years, Cunetto's has become a St. Louis tradition. Many families celebrate special occasions at Cunetto's or make Cunetto House of Pasta their regular Friday night restaurant.
It is a must to go to Cunetto's when we are in St. Louis. The cheese garlic bread is the best ever. My husband always gets Cannelloni with red sauce and a house salad and I have to have the Pollo Parmesano Chicken. Unbeatable taste and price!!!! Love it!
Named after Missouri politician Robert E. Hannegan, the restaurant is modeled after the U.S. Senate Dining Room. In other words,
it instantly brings to mind luxury and patriotism. Many of the menu items, dating back over 20 years, are ...
This is a casual, always crowded place where families, sports lovers and anyone looking for satisfying Italian food congregate. Among
menu items, the Cunetto's salad is not to be missed. Favorites among the 20 pastas include spaghetti and broccoli ...
Going to this Italian restaurant is like going to a photo museum of famous St. Louisians. All of the walls
are practically covered by 8"x10" autographed photos of local celebrities. The restaurant lacks an Italian feel, but fits in ...