There is something comforting about family-run Italian restaurants. It conjures up images of big mama serving delicious food. So, come to Reale's ... More
Reale's Pizza & Cafe
There is something comforting about family-run Italian restaurants. It conjures up images of big mama serving delicious food. So, come to Reale's Pizza & Cafe for some comfort food at this cafe-style restaurant minus big mama. The favorites are the lasagna and baked ziti, as well as the seafood linguine with mussels and scallops. If you want to immerse yourself in cheese, then order the pizza and eggplant parmesan sub. With great home cooking from Southern Italy at an affordable price, this one's a winner.
A superior Italian restaurant, with a very large menu of entrees, pizzas, and subs and a great children's menu.
This place makes one of the best pizza pies in the area. The pepperoni and sausage is to die for. I've tried a number of meat dishes and on occasion they can be a bit oily (e.g. chicken marsala and sausage and peppers). However, the pasta dishes and the chicken parmigiana are always top notch.
If there was one thing I could improve it would be the very dated decor and crowded feeling atmosphere.
A GENUINE italian famliy run operation with real homemade italian food - very rare these days outside new york.
Best chicken cacciatore in town with a great real home-made sauce with big chunks of roasted peppers. Seafood fettucine is very good.
Homemade house dressing is superb. Good breadsticks.
The Pizza is among the best in town or tied for best depending on the style you like.
Interior is a step above normal local pasta places but a bit of a 1970s cliche - fake grape vines, white roman columns, Sinatra music, etc..
Remains one of our regular stops.
Our family absolutely loves this place. You are warmly greeted, usually quickly seated, and always when we leave we have over-eated. Nice portions of delicious food from family recipes. Try it, you'll like it.
Reale's is normally a good place. I don't recommend going on a Saturday night, however. They are extremely busy and the hostess doesn't know how to tell time (i.e., she said 10-15 minutes when in fact it was 45!). Otherwise, the food is delicious.
Great place to spend a romantic night, or bring the family in for some pies. Being family owned offers the tradition and hospitality that big corporations have taken away. The food quality is outstanding and affordable. I recommend a good Italian beer, some pasta, and a small pie as an appetizer. By far the best Italian restaurant in Austin, and don�t forget to tell Gino Reales �How you doing.�
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