How many time's can anyone say that this has happened to them. I was in St.Louis for the ICRS convention when one of my clients asked to take our staff to dinner. Since I am original from St. Louis they asked if I could make the reservations or recommend someplace since all of the places they called were closed on Sunday's. Called Sanfilippo's because they showed they were open on Sunday's when Major C's were in town. Took it to mean conventions, when I called I actually spoke with Joe the owner who thought that the convention didn't open until Monday. Let him know that most people would be coming in on Saturday and Sunday. He took my cell number, talked to his staff called me back to say he would OPEN FOR US. The service was Great, the food even Better. Way to go Joe, you have now become a new favorite on my list. My family lives here so I will be back. Great service desires to be rewarded. If you are in the downtown area for a Cards or Rams game make this a necessay stop. I can't say Thank You enough!!! for making the evening wonderful for us.
10012 Manchester RdSaint Louis, MO 63122
From Business: We are best known for our fresh baked homemade sweet bread and our family recipe for a perfect red sauce continues to delight our clientele. Offering items ranging …
Some friends told us about this place about 3 years ago. It's one of those places that people in the neighborhood know about, but few others. The three things I like about it are: 1) Their house salad dressing is amazing. I'm not a big salad person, but crave salad once in a while...and my favorite dressing by far is the house dressing at Ami's. We always ask for extra dressing and they bring it at no charge. 2) The place is rarely crowded except on Friday/Saturday nights around 6-7pm. The get a regular crowd on some nights, but we can usually walk in and sit down without much of a wait. So if we are in a hurry but don't want fast food, this is where we go. 3) We usually have pizza which is very good, regardless of whether you get deep, thick or thin. You can tell the ingredients are fresh...and it is a little like Chicago pizza. The other food is very good too, though I've only tried a couple of the pastas. Don't tell too many people...I don't want to have to start waiting 30 minutes for a table!!
Hey, i'm not a profesional food critic, so i won't try to tell you how anything "should be" I have been going there for years for lunch & I bring my family for dinner. I think they have great food! For lunch I get the Herb Chicken with pasta & a vegetable for $8.50 tax included. When i go with my family, I always get the Hill pizza, ( i'ts not the usual pizza you get everywhere you go.. it has a crispy crust and they use provolone instyead of mozzarella.) My wife always gets the Chicken Parmesan. the kids like that they get an ice cream bar.. lol. I think what I like most is that they don't pretend to be something that they are not.. they just serve great food and i have become freinds with many of the staff. It's always fun to go there.. don't expect a fake "Hello, How do You do Sir"...instead ecpect to experience a working italian restaurant thru & thru... Like i said, i don't prtend to be some expert.. i just tell it like it is!