Kids On Spring Break? Bring Them to Li'l Rizzo's!

Spring begins this Sunday and many schools are either on spring break right now or will be soon. Make a part of your family's spring break plans a trip to Li'l Rizzo's Italian Restaurant. (Actually, this break is 7 days long, giving you plenty of time to enjoy our family-friendly restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks more than just once!) 

There are 2 Li'l Rizzo's locations to choose from, the atmosphere is always welcoming, and most importantly, our menu features an incredible variety of different types of food. That means you're sure to find something to please everyone, from pasta to pizza to sandwiches and more! 

Fantastic Foods to Please All Ages

The best pasta & pizza at the Lake of the Ozarks comes out of the kitchen daily at Li'l Rizzo's, plus a whole lot of specialty appetizers, amazing entrees, and a kids' menu that is simply irresistible. You'll find all of the classic pasta dishes you would expect, both the "usual" and a few unusual pizza toppings,  plus unique menu items like our Gummy Bear Pizza. (We know, it sounds strange but don't knock it 'til you've tried it. That is... if your kids will give you a bite!)

There's a terrific sandwich menu with chicken, sausage, burgers, and more. There are also some savory entrees like our Top Sirloin or Grilled Salmon. Last, but certainly not least, our desserts are worth saving some room for.  (Even if you're so full you have to share!)  

The Kids' Menu

While adults tend to prefer dishes with richer, more intense flavors, most younger children like their food to be straightforward and simple. (They'll grow out of that!) 

Until their taste buds get a little more adventurous, the kids' menu at Li'l Rizzo's is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters. Anyone ages 12 and under may order from the kids' menu and each meal comes with a beverage. 

  • Gummy Bear Pizza
    A 6-inch cheese pizza served with a side of gummy bears.
  • Chicken Tenders & Fries
    One 3-ounce hand-breaded, deep-fried chicken tender served with a side of homemade French fries.
  • Spaghetti with Meat Sauce
    Spaghetti noodles and our homemade meat sauce.
  • Fettuccine Alfredo
    Wide flat noodles served in our homemade Alfredo sauce.
  • Cavatelli con Broccoli
    Shell-shaped noodles, mushrooms, and broccoli in our homemade Alfredo sauce. 


Relaxing, Inviting Atmosphere

Both locations of our Italian restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks offer spacious dining areas and plenty of seating for groups both large and small. The Osage Beach restaurant is located next door to the Outlet Mall, making it centrally located and a great spot to stop when you're in the mood to do a little shopping. Our Lake Ozark location on Horseshoe Bend Parkway gives you the added benefit of outdoor seating with a gorgeous view of the Lake of the Ozarks.

Enjoy Our Food in Your Home

If you and the gang don't feel like leaving the house at all this spring break, or if you've jam-packed your schedule with so much fun you're short on "dining out" time, order all of your Li'l Rizzo's favorites to-go instead. 

We make ordering carryout very easy in a variety of ways. You can give the restaurant a call to place your order (Lake Ozark: 573-365-3003; Osage Beach: 573-302-1500), place an order to-go online at, or download our convenient and free Lil Rizzos mobile app. We'll have it hot and ready for you when you arrive and if you prefer curbside pickup, just let us know that when you place the order. 

Once spring break is over, it's back to the "daily grind" for everyone in the family. You deserve a delicious break when you can find the time for one and Li'l Rizzo's is here to help you find it with the best Italian food at the Lake of the Ozarks! A little quality time spent around the dinner table catching up with each other just may be the highlight of this spring break and create many wonderful memories for you all to cherish. 

(*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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