Luigi’s restaurant has been serving homemade Italian food in Colorado Springs, Colo., since 1958. Located on South Tejon Street, just two blocks north of Dorchester Park, Luigi’s serves dinner six nights a week—Tuesday through Sunday.
Founded by Leo and Anne Cervetti, Luigi’s takes its name from Leo’s grandfather. Many of the restaurant’s authentic Italian recipes come from Leo’s relatives.
Luigi’s menu includes:
--Appetizers: antipasto, garlic bread, soup, salad
--Homemade pasta: spaghetti, rigatoni, ravioli, manicotti, lasagna and more
--Homemade sauces: tomato-wine sauce, besciamella (white sauce) and olive oil with spices sauce
--Sides: meatballs, sautéed mushrooms and more
--Pizza: individual, small and large sizes
--Specialty pizzas: Luigi’s special, Italian veggie, garlic-tomato
--Specialty dishes: chicken cacciatore, chicken Marsala, rib-eye steaks
--Sandwiches: Italian beef, Italian sausage grinder and meatball grinder
--Dessert: cheesecake, tiramisu and more
All entrees include soup or salad as well as fresh Italian bread. Guests at Luigi’s restaurant also can enjoy a variety of cold and hot beverages including wine, Italian sodas and gourmet coffee. All regular menu items are available for carry out.
Visit Luigi’s restaurant in Colorado Springs when you’re in the mood for an authentic Italian meal. Luigi’s has convenient off-street parking and is minutes from South Nevada Avenue and I25. It’s a family-friendly restaurant offering a children’s menu for kids ages 10 and younger plus daily specials.
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