Happy Hour at Li'l Rizzo's is Now 6 Days a Week!

The best Happy Hour at the Lake of the Ozarks took place 5 days a week at Li'l Rizzo's Italian Restaurant all summer long, but now that football season is in full swing, we've added an all-day Sunday Happy Hour too. Now you can take advantage of all the benefits of Happy Hour at our Lake of the Ozarks Italian restaurant & bar 6 days a week!

Happy Hour 6 Days a Week!

The hustle and bustle of a busy summer season in the lake area is over (although fall is still pretty active around here.) Since things have slowed down a little bit, we're amping up the fun by not only adding Sundays to our Happy Hour lineup but also making it last all day long every Sunday! 

Now you can join us for great deals on some of your favorite things every Monday-Friday from 3-6 pm and all day every Sunday. If you aren't familiar with the incredible happy hour deals we offer, well, you're in for a "happy" surprise!

Half-Price Appetizers

During Happy Hour, all of our delicious appetizers are available for half-price! No, not just a few of them, but all of them! (Appetizer menus at our Osage Beach and Lake Ozark locations may vary slightly.) 

We offer a few different varieties of chicken wings in orders or 6 or 12. 

  • Original - Tossed in a buttery hot sauce
  • Mojo - Tossed in a tangy BBQ sauce
  • Dirty - A mildly spiced wing
  • Italian - "Award-Winning" wings marinated in our house dressing then baked and tossed in parmesan cheese and crushed red peppers. 

Spinach, Green Chili, & Jalapeno Dip
Creamy, cheesy dip with spinach, green chilies, and jalapenos served with tortilla chips. 

Garlic Cheese Bread
Sliced French bread topped with butter and a blend of mozzarella and Provel cheese. 

Parmesan Bread Sticks
Hand-rolled dough brushed lightly with butter and sprinkled with Italian seasons and parmesan cheese, then baked to a golden brown. These are even more delicious dipped in our home-made marinara or alfredo sauce!

Toasted Ravioli
Beef ravioli deep-fried to a golden brown, topped with parsley flakes and parmesan cheese, and served with a side of meat sauce.  

Chicken Fingers
Hand-breaded and deep-fried to a golden brown, served with a side of sweet and tangy mustard-based BBQ sauce or tossed in your favorite wing sauce. 

Cheese Sticks
Mozzarella sticks deep-fried then sprinkled with parsley flakes and parmesan cheese, served with a side of marinara. 

Loaded Potato Skins
Potato "cups" filled with bacon, green onion, Provel cheese, and mozzarella cheese, served with sour cream. 

Portobello Mushrooms
Sliced Portobello mushrooms sauteed in a Worcestershire-based sauce with garlic, butter, and green onions. 

Battered Shrimp
Battered shrimp served with Rizzo's cocktail sauce. 

A large homemade meatball topped with chunky meat sauce and sprinkled with parmesan cheese and parsley. 

Homemade meatball topped with chunky meat sauce and sprinkled with parmesan cheese and parsley. 

Great Drink Specials

In addition to the amazing pricing on our appetizer menu, a great Happy Hour simply has to include a few specials from the bar too, and ours definitely does! You can wet your whistle and save some money at the same time.

Our bartenders serve up deliciously refreshing drinks at discounted prices during Happy Hour. Specials apply to our domestic beers, well drinks, and house wines, giving you have plenty to choose from.

So the next time you need a refreshing break after work or a great place to watch football on Sunday, make your way on over to one of our Li'l Rizzo's locations for Happy Hour. If you don't fill up too much on those half-price appetizers (which can easily be turned into a hearty meal) you may want to stick around for a dinner of the best Italian food at the Lake of the Ozarks too. Of course, if you are too full, you can always come back tomorrow for dinner.

(*Disclaimer: Li'l Rizzo's food and beverage items are subject to change at any time and may not be available at both locations. 

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