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Cinzetti's
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Today 11:15AM–2PM, 5–9PM
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Join us for Penne Pollo Gorgonzola, and Tuscan Chicken Pizza with marinara, mozzarella, Tuscan spiced chicken, green bell peppers, sauteed mushrooms, diced tomatoes, and Parmesan cheese.
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This week, Overland Park is serving a Quattro Formaggio Pizza, and Spicy Sausage Cavatappi pasta in a creamy red pepper marinara with Italian sausage, green peas, and fresh basil.
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Overland Park is featuring Carne Amore Pizza with Italian sausage, smoky bacon, and sliced pepperoni. Our pasta feature is Rigatoni Asiago tossed in a white wine Alfredo with chicken, Asiago, smoky bacon, and green onions.
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Join us in Overland Park for Penne Tomato Basilico in pesto marinara, and Pizza Diavlo with arrabiata sauce, mozzarella, cheddar, crumbled bacon, and diced pepperoncinis.
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We are serving Creamy Artichoke & Pepperoni Pizza, and Spicy Pollo & Vegetali Rigatoni with garlic, olive oil, chicken, carrots, zucchini, squash, tomatoes, onions, & fresh basil.
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7201 W 91st St Overland Park, KS 66212
7201 West 91st StreetUSKansasOverland Park66212
(913) 642-0101cinzettis.com
$$Italian Restaurant, Brunch RestaurantToday 11:15AM–2PM, 5–9PM
Thursday 11:15AM–2PM, 5–9PMFriday 11:15AM–2PM, 5–9PMSaturday 11AM–9PMSunday 10AM–8:30PMMonday 11:15AM–2PM, 5–9PMTuesday 11:15AM–2PM, 5–9PMWednesday 11:15AM–2PM, 5–9PM
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At Cinzetti's, you will find yourself roaming through an Italian piazza where trained chefs are preparing fresh food at 14 exhibition cooking stations. We welcome you to explore the various regions of Italy and experience the flavors of as many items as you choose, as often as you like.
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Rustic Tuscan-style setting with multiple stations preparing myriad Italian dishes plus a full bar.- Google
"2 stars for great food in a non-family-friendly and overpriced place."
"Love the kids eat free nights!"
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Mindy LePooh
a month ago
Weekend brunch buffet is like a feeding frenzy at the cattle trough; at least there's plenty of food to go around so you'll never feel like you need to resort to hand-to-hand combat for your meal. But what passes as "Italian food" at Cinzetti's would make a real Italian weep. So if you like to stuff your face, this is your place. If you have a more discriminating palate, avoid this place like the plague.
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Bryan Kluth
3 weeks ago
-The overall experience was ok. It is a buffet, but I expected better considering the ratings. Food was tasteless. Good if you have a bunch of kids. I only went for a big meal after lifting heavy. Sadly, I think I'd go to Golden Corral instead :-/
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Jessica Self
a month ago
First time eating here, not at all impressed with the food or the service. The food is bland and the flavors are anything but what I'm use to for Italian food. The quality of food is better at Coyote Cannon and the price for the quality and taste is too high.
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Andy Nelson
a month ago
Italian buffet. Good is good not great. My favorite food is the Fried rice balls. They also have good desserts.
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Willie Young
a month ago
A fantastic place to eat where the food is always fresh and delicious. We spend lots of Mondays and Tuesdays here, because those are the kids eat free nights. Try it, and you won't be disappointed.
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Andrea Seput
2 months ago
This is my favorite restaurant in the whole entire word. Best buffet I have ever been to all my friends know I rave about this place. I love coming here they have GREAT pasta, pizzas, and desserts. Everything is great there I do not know who would hate it. I LOVE YOU CINZETTIS!!!!!!!!!!!!
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SJ Crandall
4 months ago
The whole menu and buffet lines are always very tasty. The fried fish alone is what always gets mentioned excitedly when someone says they are going to Cinzetti's. I've never had a single thing here I didn't like, and after dinner coffee is an every time pleasure. Thanks, guys.
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Endaeias Morgan
7 months ago
Cinzetti's is one of those places that you go when you've not eaten all day. Why? Because you're going to eat a lot of different things there, and I mean... a lot. It's an all-you-can-eat Italian buffet that is chock-full of delicious dishes. There are simply way too many offerings at Cinzetti's to try them all in one setting; even if you were only to take an average-sized portion of each, you'll find that you've eaten too much and aren't able to eat any dessert. Because of this, you're *almost* forced to go back at least once or twice more to try the things that you've missed. To make things even more cumbersome, they have a delicious brunch on the weekends as well! Environment: Five Stars (*****) Cinzetti's has a very friendly, relaxing, and inviting environment. It's quite spacious and you're more than able to bring a few friends (or the family) with you to experience this place. The multiple times I have been in here have left me to believe that they make sure that they clean up any spills, drops, or flops (it happens) as soon as possible. The restrooms are quite clean, the eating environment is meticulously clean, as well as the buffet area. Of course, as there are quite a few people who travel through the buffet - there will be periods where it isn't flawless, but they do try to keep it as clean as possible. Food: Four Stars (****) There are some dishes that aren't fully authentic to the Italian class of cuisine; which, despite this, Cinzetti's does prove (time and time again) that they can make it work. My only critical statement for the adventurous diner is to mind the pasta. Pasta, when left on heat too long, can easily become rubbery or rough (compared to what it was originally cooked at). The staff at Cinzetti's do *attempt* to make sure that the food is swapped out before this happens; but, pasta is the easiest one to lose track of its temperature/time. With any restaurant, they cannot throw away menu items that are simply a few minutes (10-15 minutes) overdue when they're in the process of making some that'll be ready in another 15 minutes. There are tons of desserts (including a crepe station!), plenty of dishes to try (including pizza for the "weary" member of your family/party), and you'll not be left disappointed (at least not easily!). Customer Service: Four Stars (****) The staff here are ridiculous... in the good kind of way. Of course, they won't go out of their way to do something in an obvious manner (this is the 'skill' behind customer service). When you go to get your dessert plate/bowl, you'll find that your drink will be refilled. Or that your last plate will be taken away (without stealing your utensils). These are small things that add up quickly. On top of how the kitchen staff puts out fresh food as frequently as they can without taking a significant cost to profit, the cleanliness of the place, and the environment... this place is pretty spectacular. Price: Five Stars (*****) There's no way you're going to beat this size of a buffet for the price; not around here, at least. At most, you'll be paying $15 for the buffet ($14.89) and a dollar or two for a drink. This is it; nothing extra, no fancy gimmicks. Overall: Five Stars (*****) At the end of the day, Cinzetti's is a really delicious buffet. They're a bit more true to Italian dishes than, say, Olive Garden. No, I'm not indicating that an Italian family can come here in place of their normal family get-togethers, but it's still pretty decent for what it is. Price and options together makes this an unbeatable place for Italian-ish food. :)
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