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Discover the art of American Italian cuisine. La Piazza Ristorante offers a wide variety of menu items guarantee to satisfy its customers and their appetites for exquisite dishes. We pride ouselves in providing truly palatable recipes surrounded by an inviting traditional Italian theme to provide everyone with an unforgettable dinning experience .

Lunch Menu Selection

Chicken Classics

Did you know?
While some of the most popular dishes associated with the Italian culture include a tempting slice of pizza and a heaping plate of pasta, there is much more to the world of Italian cooking. Throughout the many regions in Italy, the distinctive cuisine of the Italians shines through in a wide-range of eating habits, styles of cooking, and selection of local ingredients.

Italian American Cuisine Facts.
Italian American cuisine is the cuisine of Italian American immigrants and their descendants, who have modified Italian cuisine under the influence of American culture and immigration patterns of Italians to the United States. As immigrants from different regions of Italy settled in different regions of the United States and became “Italian Americans,” they brought with them diverse traditions of foods and recipes that were particularly identified with their regional origins in Italy and yet infused with the characteristics of their new home locale in America. Italian American food is based heavily (though not exclusively) on the traditional food of southern Italian immigrants, most of whom arrived in the United States from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. During this great wave of immigration into the United States, many of the peoples came particularly from the areas of Naples and Sicily and moved to large American cities, such as New York City, Chicago, St. Louis, Boston and San Francisco. For many Italian Americans, who identify their food with their locale and the home areas of their ancestors, the food is based on staples such as dry pasta, tomato sauce, and olive oil.

Influence of Italian Cuisine
Today many of the historical culinary influences of the Romans and Greeks are still apparent in Italian cooking. Fish is still a large part of the diet, and Italians still focus on serving foods that are in season and grown locally, just like they did in the past. People from all over the world can credit Italy, specifically Naples and Sicily, with creating two of the most well-loved Italian foods, pizza and pasta.

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Lunch Appetizers
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Sampler platter
A tempting assortment of appetizers; breaded mushrooms, onion rings and cheese sticks. Perfect for sharing.
Cheese sticks
Creamy mozzarella rolled in a crunchy breading and deep-fried golden.
Buffalo wings
Meaty wings golden fried with our zesty sauce.
An Italian classic! Garlic bread topped with marinated tomatoes, green onions, fresh basil and parmesan cheese.
Onion rings
Cut thick, batter dipped
and deep-fried.
Jalapeno poppers
Jalapenos stuffed with cheese, lightly battered and deep-fried.
Deep-fried mushrooms
Lightly coated with seasoned breading served with house ranch dressing,
Baked tomato bread
A favorite! Crusty bread layered with olive oil, fresh basil, sliced tomatoes, provolone and parmesan cheese, baked until bubbling.
Garlic Bread
With mozzarella cheese
Stuffed Potato Skins
Crispy skins filled with cheddar cheese and bacon. Served with sour cream.
Rich beef broth with onions and croutons topped with melted Swiss cheese.
Soup of the Day
Served piping hot and delicious.
Baked French Onion Soup
Rich beef broth with onions and croutons topped with melted Swiss cheese.
Italian Bread Dip
Extra virgin olive oil withItalian bread dip

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