Opened in 1957, Rigazzi's touts itself as the oldest restaurant on the Hill. Decorated with the classic Italian restaurant white-and-red-checkered tablecloths, Rigazzi's serves up classic Italian dishes. The huge menu includes salads, sandwiches, St. Louis-style pizza, all-you-can-eat spaghetti or mostaccioli, and a plethora of other choices. Even the kids' menu has about a dozen options. As with some of its other Hill brethren, Rigazzi's dressings and sauce can be purchased at local grocery stores.

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Opened in 1957, Rigazzi's touts itself as the oldest restaurant on the Hill. Decorated with the classic Italian restaurant white-and-red-checkered tablecloths, Rigazzi's serves up classic Italian dishes. The huge menu includes salads, sandwiches, St. Louis-style pizza, all-you-can-eat spaghetti or mostaccioli, and a plethora of other choices. Even the kids' menu has about a dozen options. As with some of its other Hill brethren, Rigazzi's dressings and sauce can be purchased at local grocery stores.

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Price: $$
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards

Parking: Street


Reservations: Accepted


Attire: Casual

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