Find out what Italian restaurants to try in South Sioux City. South Sioux City is a city in Dakota County, Nebraska, United States. It is located immediately across the Missouri River from Sioux City, Iowa, and is part of the Sioux City, IA-NE-SD Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 13,353, making it the 14th largest city in Nebraska.
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4 based on 79 reviews
Pretty average for an Olive Garden meets all the high standards that Olive Garden sets for the casual dining experience. Was here for a business lunch with five people they took care of this very quick efficient and friendly manner all the food was perfect, service was great.
4 based on 24 reviews
Jerry's Pizza is a Sioux City staple. Follower's of Jerry's pizza swear by it. I personally am not a fan. I prefer El Fredo's. Jerry's pizza does not really use any detectable tomato based sauce making it fairly dry. The crust is cooked too long putting a hard burnt crunch on it. The combination of a dry pizza on an overly crunchy crust is not my thing. I do like the toppings. Their veggie pizza had a great mix of toppings. The green olives and onions came through nicely. The combination pizza also had nice flavors in the pepperoni with a nice mix of cheese.Jerry's is located on the edge of Morningside College. They are a delivery and pick-up only location. There are no seats to eat inside. I'm highly annoyed at the cash only business. We are well past that era. The pizzas are not cheap. A single pizza with tax, tip and delivery is $20. We ordered two and had to search the house to come up with $40. I won't order again. Cash only is crazy.
5 based on 25 reviews
Stopped in for a quick to go order. I had the small, pepperoni, sausage, and extra cheese. Hands down one of the best pizzas I've ever had. Sauce is on point as is the rest of the ingredients. If I'm ever back in Sioux City again, I'll be sure and stop in.
4 based on 82 reviews
Pick up or dine in only. They have a special almost every day of the week. Call ahead, they get super busy. We love the jumbo combination, plenty of great toppings and their sauce is awesome. Used to be a comedy club, currently does not offer any entertainment. You order your pizza at the window, go select a table then they call your number for you to pick up. Drinks, etc. are mostly self serve, but it is worth a stop.
4 based on 63 reviews
We offer a healthy blend of Italian, American, and Mediterranean dishes on our menu. Our main objective is to provide an excellent experience by providing great food and great service!
M's has a warm, vibrant atmosphere and a delicious menu that will suit any palate. M's has hosted many memorable evenings for my friends and family including a 16th birthday celebration for our daughter, quiet dinners for two, laughter-filled meals with friends and a night of spoofy fun at their themed Murder Mystery dinner. Sioux City is fortunate to have this wonderful restaurant!
5 based on 21 reviews
Modern and industrial meets art deco with a unique selection of elevated cuisine of fresh and local ingredients. Hand crafted beers brewed on site for the traditional beer lover to the craft beer connoisseur. Italian wood-fired oven, classic Neapolitan pi
Stopped on a Saturday night, 6:30 or so. 20 Minute wait for an outside table. Place was REALLY busy.The beer list is extensive, several sours, 3 stout/porters and quite a few IPA's, at least 16 on tap the night we were in.Ordered dinner, pasta, chicken rouladen, the brisket and bacon burger and the sausage platter.Burger was phenomenal, sausage is made in house and has excellent seasoning. The Rouladen was very well done, but a bit overcooked and the pasta was on point.We didn't get a chance to try the pizza, that will be next time!
4 based on 103 reviews
Our visit started with fried calamari, which was expertly prepared, and properly cooked (everyone hates overcooked calamari). A basket of fresh bread was also offered at the table. For the main course, I ordered a fra diavolo spaghetti dish and added Italian sausage (just because I could). My wife ordered a dish with scallops, shrimp, and fish in a light sauce with vegetables. The seafood in both dishes were perfectly cooked and the sauces delicious. I personally preferred the fra diavolo, since I like spicy, and I recommend adding the Italian sausage, which complements the shrimp and spicy sauce with a nice hint of fennel seed and gives a good mix of textures to the dish. The only negative comment that I could make is that the wine list leaves something to be desired. I like to have a wide selection of whites and reds with Italian food, especially Italian wines, but there were few on the list. Also, I found it interesting that the place was run by Mexicans, but that didn't at all detract from the quality of the food or the experience. Service was quite good considering the place was completely full.I highly recommend this, especially if the alternative is Olive Garden. A nice local treat!
4 based on 98 reviews
CRAVE American Kitchen & Sushi Bar is a fine dining restaurant that serves up a vibrant and diverse menu, fresh sushi and an award-winning wine list in a chic and energetic setting.
Two friends and I were on a day trip to Sioux City and we decided to eat at Crave for lunch. Beautiful restaurant, right on the river, indoor and outdoor seating. We ordered the Walleye fish sandwich with fresh fruit. The fish was fried on the outside, and ice cold on the inside. It also was not walleye, not sure what cut of fish it was. We told the server who immediately took it back to the kitchen and they redid the sandwiches with walleye and it was good. They also brought us another bowl of fresh fruit. The manager came over and apologized and comped pour meal, which was very nice. The server was very friendly, but wasn't always attentive. She was talking to other employees. We finally asked if our dessert was ready. We saw it waiting on the counter. The chocolate cake was awesome! It was a great place, just need to do some tweaking!Hi, I wanted to personally reach out and apologize for your substandard dining experience. Please know weâll be sharing this with our management team and chef. Will you please email me at your earliest convenience so I can personally help resolve the issue for you? Please email me at [email protected], I look forward to connecting.Thank you, Kylie
4 based on 35 reviews
An authentic looking, and authentic tasting Italian restaurant now located on Jackson Street of Sioux City Iowa. It is in the location that the First Edition restaurant used to be located in. My wife and I had great service, great wine, great entrees, and great desserts. There is a lot to choose from, the prices are reasonable for a fine restaurant like this, and it definitely beats Olive Garden.
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