What We're Craving in December

The holiday's are upon us folks, and one of the greatest ways to enjoy them is with your family gathered around the dinner table. Li'l Rizzo's has a diverse menu full of the best Italian food at the Lake of the Ozarks. This month we have some fabulous favorites on the menu, and we'd love for you to come in and try a few that we're craving!

Loaded Potato Skins


When you put potato's and bacon together, it just doesn't get much better! Then we top it off with scallion and melted cheese, and it got better. We LOVE these loaded potato skins and all of the flavors they hold. They make a wonderful appetizer to share...or just eat by yourself!


Seafood Pizza


We have the best pizza at the Lake of the Ozarks, so naturally we took it up a notch! This delicious seafood pizza is layered with a homemade cream sauce and then topped with succulent shrimp, delicious clams, real crab meat. Then we load on the mushrooms and bacon, and you'll love this favorite even more!

Chocolate Calzone


Top the night off with our savory chocolate calzone. The flakey pastry shell is filled with rich, dark chocolate. Then we top it off with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and drizzled chocolate syrup. You won't be able to resist the chocolatey goodness in this amazing dessert.


Candy Cane Cocktail


'Tis the season to enjoy the most festive drink on our menu. Our candy cane cocktail is a delicious combination of peppermint schnapps, creme de cocoa, a splash of grenadine, some 7UP and some half and half to make it creamy. This beverage just screams "Merry Christmas"!



Give the Gift of Yum!


Don't forget that when you buy a gift card at Li'l Rizzo's, you can get one free for 10% of the total! You can purchase our gifts cards online or in the store. This would be a wonderful gift to give to anyone, young and old alike. While you're picking up your gift card, be sure to sit down and enjoy some of our amazing drinks.



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