Telephone : (636) 947-7007

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Our Story

This establishment is dedicated to our father, Frank James Dominic Tocco. Born of Italian immigrants, our father was surrounded by the fine art of Italian cooking. Our hundred year old recipes have been handed down from generation to generation, and now we bring them to you. From our family to yours!
-Bon Appetito!

Customer Reviews

Gaia

Grew up eating here and now I mainly just eat here on Black Friday when I visit every year. Service is always quick and friendly...our waitress this last time was OUTSTANDING. The pizza is delicious. Love love love this place.

Ally Marie

By far one of my favorite Italian joints in Saint Charles County! Everyone server we’ve ever had has been friendly and helpful. The food is always delicious and honestly not all that expensive. I also admire the family aspect of it because there’s family photos lining the walls.

David Clark

We have walked by this restaurant many times over the years. Glad we finally went in. Small venue, great food. Loved the chicken marsala. My wife had the chicken picatta. Holy Cow!!! Son had a margherita pizza. He devoured it. Very friendly staff. Will go back again for sure.

Zoe Underwood

One of the Italian restaurants I eat at quite often. I LOVE the pasta choices and the staff is always very friendly and helpful. It's a small restaurant but there's also a downstairs that I always forget about. Good food and a good staff make for a great restaurant.

Jason LiCavoli

This place is awesome. Clamari are on point! I love the atmosphere. It's old school with all the vintage family photos. The food has always been amazing and lunch service has always been very fast and convenient. I'll be back here many more times. And their location has lots of fun shops.

S Chamberlin

Has a nice family atmosphere. There are pictures on the wall of the owners family and several of the staff are family also. The food is excellent. We tried the rice balls and they were very lightly fried and tasted great. I had the tallapia fish and could only eat half of it.