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Perfect Pasta at Li'l Rizzo's!

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As the best Italian restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks, we know how to serve up a delicious plate of perfect pasta! Our recipes have been refined over the last 30 years, and our menu has expanded from pasta to pizza, wings, appetizers, a world famous salad, and delicious sandwiches. From our spaghetti to our lasagna you'll find fresh homemade ingredients that will make your mouth water. Here is a peek at our pasta menu!

Lasagna

Homemade, layered with pasta, ricotta cheese meat sauce, Italian sausage and a two cheese blend. Topped with meat sauce and melted cheese.

Spaghetti And Meatball
Homemade 6 oz meatball and spaghetti smothered in our chunky meat sauce.
Fettuccine Alfredo
Our alfredo sauce is made to order, rich and thick.
Baked Mostaccioli
tubular noodles and meat sauce smothered in our cream sauce and topped with melted cheese.

Mannicotti
Rolled noodle stuffed with ricotta cheese and served in a creamy red sauce
Cavatelli Con Broccoli
shell-shaped noodles with broccoli and mush…

Mad for March MADNESS!

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With March Madness just around the corner, it's time to arm yourself with fun facts to discuss around the bar. Official rounds start on March 17th, and Li'l Rizzo's will be ready for you because we're the best place to watch the game at the Lake of the Ozarks. Here are some fun facts you can use during the commercial breaks!


March Madness Fun Facts
A historical tradition states that the tournament champions are supposed to cut down the nets to take home.
The oldest coach to win a title was Jim Calhoun in 2011 at the age of 68. While the youngest was Emmett McCracken who led Indiana to the championship in 1940 at 31 years old.
The odds of filling out a perfect bracket are one in 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 (that's a QUINTILLION!)
Glen Rice holds the record for most points in a single tournament. He got 184 points during Michigan's 1989 run. Duke's Christian Laettner holds the record with 407 points in 23 games.
There are three people who have won an NCAA championsh…

3 GREAT Advantages to Ordering Takeout

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At Li'l Rizzo's, we have two of the best Italian restaurants at the Lake of the Ozarks. While we love for you to come in and sit down for a delicious meal, we know that sometimes you just want to get carry out and go home to enjoy your favorite food. Here are three reasons we think takeout is an awesome choice!

It Makes Life Easier Takeout can make your life easier in so many different ways. It's perfect for business meetings, busy nights when you don't want to cook, those times when guests come over and you don't know what to fix, or just those days when you want to sit on the couch in your pj's and eat a dish of your favorite pasta. We know these times come up, so that's why we've provided a delicious takeout option for you and your family. All your favorite pasta, pizza, appetizers and more could be yours in the comfort of your own home!

You Don't Have to Get the Dishes Dirty After a long week at work, sometimes you just want to go home, but then …

We're HAPPY About Appetizers!

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Appetizers are a wonderful way to start a meal, in fact, appetizer refers specifically to "building the appetite." At Li'l Rizzo's we serve nine of the best appetizers at the Lake of the Ozarks that help to build your appetite as you wait for the best Italian food at the Lake of the Ozarks to be served to you. Here are a few fun facts about appetizers, and an introduction to the appetizers you love here at Li'l Rizzo's!

Appetizer Fun Facts In China, appetizers are called lěng pán ("cold plate"), or qián cài ("before dish") in Mandarin.Sometimes, appetizers are served with no meal afterward and this is the case with many receptions and cocktail party events.Appetizers may be served at the table, as a part of the sit-down meal, or they may be served before sitting at the table.What is the difference between an appetizer and an hors d'oeuvres? Hors d'oeuvres translates to "outside the meal" and is generally a one-bit item tha…