Frequently Asked Questions
A: Place your order with one of our smiling cashiers, you will receive a number. Sit at any table inside or out. Place the number in the stand on your table & one of our employees will bring your food right out!
A: All of the above. Our restaurant has pasta, pizza, salads & sandwiches. Our deli features imported salumi, cheeses & antipasti dishes. Our bakery has a large selection of authentic Italian cookies, cakes & pastries. Our grocery has a fantastic array of imported goods as well as an extensive wine selection. Come in & browse. You'll find competitive prices plus delicious imports that you might not see at your corner grocery store.
A: At this time, we do not take reservations. Occasionally an exception is made for a large party. If you have special accommodations to be met, please call our catering department at 512.600.3555.
A: Family is extremely important to us and the younger members of the family are certainly no exception. We have child sized tables along side the adult sized, for your kids to enjoy a dining experience all their own. Our kid's menu features pizza, pasta & chicken fingers. We have baby changing tables in both women's & men's restrooms. Free Gelato with dinner for kids.
A: Yes. We have a wide selection of t-shirt sizes with fun slogans. Our hats are sold in four different colors. We even have baby onesies!
A: We're Italian, so naturally our family is large and very deeply connected to the food industry. Branches of our family tree extend to a large portion of Houston's and more recently, Austin's restaurant scene.
A: Yes. Although it is not on our menu, we are happy to serve a whole wheat and a gluten free pasta by request.
A: Mamma didn't serve ranch dressing, so neither do we. Try the garlic fries with our creamy garlic parmesan dressing. You could also try our marinara or pesto mayo. You certainly won't be missing the ranch.
A: Sorry, you're thinking of a different Margarita. Our Margherita is our most popular pizza. It's named after Queen Margherita, wife of Italy's King Umberto I. The marinara, mozzarella cheese and basil represent the colors of the Italian flag.
A: Yes. Come in, enjoy a cappuccino & read your favorite Italian food blog. If you feel inspired, the Market has exactly what you need to make a fabulous meal at home.
A: No. Actually, that's our Bellini swirling behind the cashiers. Bellini is a mixture of Prosecco (Italian Sparkling Wine) and peach puree. Yummy and refreshing!
A: Gelato is generally denser, richer & more flavorful than American ice cream. In addition, the cream to whole milk ratio in American ice cream is higher than in gelato, making gelato lower in fat.