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Vincitorio's Restaurant
Italian Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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1835 E Elliot Rd Suite C109 Tempe, AZ 85284
1835 East Elliot Road Suite C109USArizonaTempe85284
$$Italian Restaurant, Wine BarToday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 8:00 pm
Vincitorios Restaurant brings a taste of Italy to your neighborhood offering daily specials and handmade pastas VinciTorio's brings Italy to you.
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Neighborhood Italian eatery & wine bar turning out handmade pastas in a comfy, stonewalled space.- Google
"Love the cream of mushroom soup here."
"This restaurant serves very authentic Italian food."
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Vicki Grier
4 months ago
Friendly people nice atmosphere and very very good food. the owners are always there, working hard and having fun. They are generous with the wine pours and if they are tasting a new winery they like to share! I must go back this week!
James Oberlin
6 months ago
We've been to Vincitorios about 10 times now. It's our favorite restaurant in the Valley. The Dueling pianos is a total blast and the food and servcie is wonderful.
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Emily Garcia
9 months ago
Vincitorio's has a weird chain-restaurant feel with a gift shop and branded items for sale. At the same time, the decor tries to be low-lit, comfy and high end. Its super confusing how these two worlds co-exist. The menu is very standard italian so I went for my favorite dish, butternut squash with a cream sauce. My friend, who is vegetarian, requested the pesto gnocchi sans the chicken. My meal was pretty decent but we found a lot of small bits of chicken in his plate, which effectively hinted at us that either the meal was pre-made or they made a mistake and didn't remake the dish for him. They apologized and brought us a dessert which I thought was super awesome. Their tiramisu was very tasty. All in all I thought it was a decent experience, was just not particularly amazed by the food or authentic feeling that they try to sell you.
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Kenny Huang
a year ago
I came here for lunch with a very large group of friends (Around 15 people) They have a lunch time buffet and a regular menu. I tried the lunch time buffet since they had a ravioli carbonara and wasn't too willing to wait for food to come from the oven. It was a good idea that I had gone with the buffet, since the rest of my friends who had ordered off the menu waited at least 20 minutes for their food. I guess during lunch time they are less able to handle the volume of a large group. The food my friends got looked fairly decent. I am not sure I can recommend this place unless you just come here for the buffet and don't mind the limited selection. The buffet only had around 3 pasta dishes, salad and some fruit...not very extensive but it wasn't too bad. The cost for the buffet is around $10.
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Desimus Maximus
a month ago
Food was average Itallian. But the resturant was very packed for lunch and it was very hard to move around.
Brian Engh
9 months ago
I had driven by this restaurant several times and finally gave it a try last night. I hate to say it, but we were very disappointed. We started with a fried ravioli appetizer. Tasted like they were filled with cheese whiz and diced jalapeños. My son had the kids spaghetti and meatballs. The sauce tasted like generic crushed tomatoes. No flavor at all. My wife had a tortellini dish which was not bad, but also lacking in flavor. I had a Stromboli, or at least they call it a Stromboli. By definition it was a calzone. The side of sauce they gave me for dipping was the same boring sauce from the kids spaghetti. Better than olive garden, but not much.
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Tom Emerson
a year ago
Dinner was wonderful, felt like home, cozy, not to noisy, great food. Recommended! Authentic Italian.
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Jessica Bosak
a year ago
Great food and amazing entertainment. Augie (the accordion player) is the best!!


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