Wickliffe, OH

Four Italian restaurants to try at Wickliffe

Angela Kervorkian-Wattle

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Wickliffe, OH - If you're craving some Quatro Formaggio pizza, Risotto ai Funghi, Spaghetti Carbonara, Lasagna, or some Italian Sausage, Wickliffe has a wide array of Italian restaurants for you to choose from.

Whether it's for date night, a birthday celebration, or just a simple hangout with friends. Here are four Italian restaurants to try in Wicliffe.

  1. Dino's Restaurant
    Since 1978, Dino's Restaurant & Bar in Willowick has been a notable staple in western Lake County, serving the same original homemade pasta, meatballs, and pasta sauces that have been served since the 1950s. Its specialty foods include chicken piccata, veal parmigiana, and lasagna, among others. One reviewer mentioned that the chicken piccata is "tender and tasty".
  2. Vittorio's Buon Appetito
    This fine dining establishment offers catering for private events such as weddings, birthdays, and numerous others. It has numerous delectable dishes for your special events. Desserts such as cheesecakes, chocolate fudge cake, lemon layer cake, tiramisu, spumoni, and homemade biscotti are available to indulge your sweet tooth.
  3. Giuseppe's Pizza and Subs
    Opened in 1972, Giuseppe’s is famous for its Sicilian-style square-shaped pan pizza (which according to the review are fans' favorite). It has a wide variety of newly developed dishes, such as baked submarine sandwiches, and a wholesale division that produce and distribute pre-baked pizza crusts, sheeted pizza dough, and fresh frozen dough balls to various food service businesses.
  4. Petti's Pizza and Ristorante
    Voted as the number one pizza by Cleveland Magazine, Petti's Pizza and Ristorante offers not just pizza, but also cheese ravioli, chicken breast parmesan, and veal steak. Also, every Friday the establishment offers all-you-can-eat fish fry with only paying $12.50.

There you have it. Are you interested? Just give these restaurants a call and book a place there. Ciao!

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