Luigi’s Story… From our Family to Yours
My father, Luigi Tani, was born in Tivoli, a small mountain town on the outskirts of Rome. He grew up in this charming village surrounded by the ancient Temple of Vesta (La Sibilla), the Anniene River and the park of the Gregorian Villa. Within La Sibilla, among the temple ruins, his family operated a restaurant. At the age of 18, like many other youngsters of his generation, my father left his hometown and went off in search of fortune and adventure in the New World. Luigi established himself in Venezuela, where he learned architecture and construction and became a pioneer in the construction industry.
My father lived life passionately and was an enthusiast of gourmet food and the European style of dining. He was a firm believer that happiness is based on spending time with family and friends, and savoring every moment. It was he who introduced me to the culinary arts, and his recipes and secrets are what allow us to share with you an authentic Italian dining experience.
Today we are honored to share our family legacy by welcoming you to dine with us. Come join us, sit back, relax and enjoy the moment at Luigi’s!
-Duilio Tani, owner
Easter Sunday Brunch!
There is absolutely no better place to spend your Easter Sunday Brunch than at Luigi's Patio Ristorante! So hop on over for a delicious meal, featuring $3 Mimosas and $4 Bloody Mary's! Call us now to make a reservation, or book us online!
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