Open Hours: 11a-2p Mon-Fri; 4:30p-10p Mon-Thu; 4:30p-11p Fri-Sat
Diners often mention the wonderful service, right along with the traditional Italian cuisine, when talking about this restaurant. It has a long family ... More
Diners often mention the wonderful service, right along with the traditional Italian cuisine, when talking about this restaurant. It has a long family history, descending from Lombardo's, which has been prominent in St. Louis since the 1930s. Handmade pastas and dishes are made fresh daily from recipes that date back three generations. Try the toasted ravioli topped with a rich marinara sauce—it's a local favorite. The flash-fried spinach is flavorful and worth considering. Traditional dishes such as calzone, cannelloni and veal are also available, along with Italian potatoes, sliced thin and fried with onions and garlic.
This restaurant is one of those old time restaurants that you want to tell everyone about and no one about. The food was excellent and the waiters and waitress' excellent. You just don't want this restaurant to become well known so that you can't get a table, yet I can't keep quite. This is a must for anyone who is living in St. Lois or just traveling through!
I had such an outrageously fun time! You are supposed to make reservations, but even on the weekend of the Final Four the staff made sure that they found my guest and I a table within minutes of waiting. The managment there was wonderful in always checking up on how we were doing and the wait-staff was just as personable really getting to know their patrons and joining in on conversations. The atmosphere is jovial and relaxed. I highly recommend the toasted ravioli and don't forget dessert of either their cannoli or tiramisu in a wine glass. I was so impressed with Lomardo's that after dinner I made reservations for the following week.
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