Italian Restaurant Analysis

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When looking for a tasty, affordable Italian restaurant that has an unique atmosphere, I would recommend going to Rigazzi’s on the Hill. Rigazzi’s is located on the corner of Daggett Ave. and Boardman St., on the Hill in St. Louis,MO. The Italian restaurant open its doors in 1957. Lou Aiazzi and John Rignti opened Rigazzi’s with the envision that Rigazzi’s would be the place where every customers are treated like old friends. They came up with Rigazzi’s, which loosely translates to friends. To this day, the Aiazzi family still runs the oldest family friendly restaurant on the Hill.
During the decision making of the restaurant, Aiazzi and Rignti wanted to combine Northern Italian food and American food. Rigazzi’s is known for their flavorful toasted ravioli, classic St. Louis style pizza, and their Frozen Fishbowls. After John Rignti ended the partnership with Lou Aiazzi, Aiazzi family took full responsibility for the restaurant. The Old School Italian restaurant is just what it seems like. When you go to Rigazzi’s you do not have to dress up. Red checkered long tables, is the style of Rigazzi’s. With old pictures, pictures from the St.Louis Cardinals to the first owners, gives the restaurant a warm
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This is the Americanized vision that Aizaai and Rignti wanted to bring to the Hill. First up, The Famous Parmiciano. The Famous Parmiciano is breaded chopped veal covered in cheese and baked in meat sauce, served on bread. Since Rigazzi’s open in 1957, there has been over 1 million of the The Famous Parmiciano sold. The Italian Beef Hero is another Rigazzi’s favorite. The classic roast beef sandwich with an american twist. Beef in gravy on and garlic bread, with melted pizza cheese on top, now that sounds delicious. All sandwiches and burgers come with a side dish. Some side dishes include fries, steamed garlic butter broccoli, pasta, soup or slaw. Make sure when you come to Rigazzi’s to try one of these American Italian

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