Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Akron, New York, United States. Akron is a village in Erie County, New York, United States. The population was 2,868 at the 2010 census. The name derives from the Greek word ἄκρον signifying a summit or high point. It is part of the Buffalo–Niagara Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area. Akron is located in the town of Newstead on the west and north slopes of a hill. NY 93 passes through the village.
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4 based on 53 reviews
Cipollina Rustic Italian Kitchen is the newest endeavor by Laurie Bordonaro Mozee (owner of Guyâs Subs) and Chef Jerry Clementi (former owner of Cafe Aroma and Trattoria Aroma). Laurie and Jerry met more than fifty years ago over a dish a pasta at their g
This was our fifth visit to this restaurant this year and it just gets better. The food was all excellent and my personal favorite was the calamari appetizer which was NOT served in the usual breaded and fried manner. It was served in a tomato soup/sauce ( not sure how to describe it) which was slightly spicy and it left me wanting more even though the serving was generous. My wife had the special which was a pasta with pesto and shrimp. Fortunately she couldn't eat it all so I helped. It was delicious. The place is not big and only open four days a week and a 25 minute ride for us but well worth it
Ordered pizza and an large salad for a weekend dinner with family and friends. Everyone enjoyed the pizza, it was very tasty. We enjoyed the sausage and cheese pizza the best. The salad was huge and we had enough left over for a nice lunch the next day. Fast prep time and very friendly staff. Would definitely go back.
5 based on 11 reviews
The Royal Pizza and Italian Bistro, Inc., located on the right side of Main Street in Clarence, when heading toward the town of Akron. Our second visit to this one-story venue did not disappoint as there are so many offerings of an exceptional variety of food selections in a surprisingly unassuming space. Parking is in the rear or directly on Main Street. The entryway is a single door that takes you directly into a small front dining area to the right and directly to the left is a counter that serves for take-out business with a lit menu board. Having dined at this restaurant in the past, we knew that we wanted to sit in the back dining area, which is again small with four, 4-top tables. A friendly team member brought us toward the back, handed us our menus and asked for our beverage selections (two fountain drinks â sierra mist and diet soda for $1.30 each). A friendly team member brought us toward the back, handed us our menus and asked for our beverage selections (two fountain drinks â sierra mist and diet soda for $1.30 each). As we remembered, the menu is really large with appetizers, classic pizza, gourmet pizza, calzones & Stromboli, wraps, soups, salads, chicken wings & fingers, fish dinners, Royal pasta specialties, baked pasta, Royal Pizza family pasta packs, old fashioned submarines, subs from the grill, burgers and lunch specials, dinner specialties, kids menu, everyday specials, and desserts â WOW!!. There are also Royal Pizza family pasta packs and Royal Pizza family dinner packs that can serve 4-6 for takeout. I ordered Chicken Francese @ $13.99 (boneless chicken sautÃ©ed and baked with spinach, prosciutto, mozzarella, and topped with a lemon butter sauce) and I selected a side of fettuccini Alfredo, and mushroom soup. My companion ordered the Veal Parmigiana @ $14.99 (lightly breaded veal pan fried, baked with marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese) with pasta and red sauce and broccoli cheese soup. Shortly our server returned with a small basket of two warm Italian bow knot rolls and two large bowls of soup in white dinnerware. The soups were extremely hot (excellent!) and they were both absolutely delicious and filling. Our dinners only took about 15 minutes to prepare and they were plated on angular white dinnerware. My Chicken Francese was delicious and really hot (excellent!) with two large tender portions of chicken, topped in plenty of fresh spinach, a lot of prosciutto, topped with the mozzarella cheese and lemon butter sauce, and an oval plate of Fettuccini Alfredo. This meal was excellent. My companionâs meal was equally appealing â really hot (excellent!), two portions of veal and side of pasta. The server was very attentive as she checked on us several times to refill out beverages and to clear our plates. We asked to two takeout containers to bring home the remainder of our meals. The restrooms are located along the back of dining area, however, the hallway is very narrow and the restrooms are very small - absolutely not accessible. In summary, I continue to highly recommend The Royal Pizza and Italian Bistro especially if you are looking to have a comprehensive sit-down home style meal for a reasonable price - our bill came to $22.58 with the Entertainment Coupon deducted. This venue definitely fits the definition of cozy dining, the staff terrific and attentive, the food is excellent, but it is not accessible for all patrons.
4 based on 96 reviews
When we visited Clarence, NY, our friends told us that we needed to try authentic Buffalo wings. We were in town to shoot an episode of "On The Road With The XJ2 Crew" at Niagara Falls. I wanted to give my YouTuber sons a new experience, so we ordered wings to go.We were not disappointed. We ordered the mild wings, since some people in our family did not like food that was really spicy. When we got home, the wings were hot, slightly crispy, and tender on the inside. It was the sauce that really made it special. We had different dipping sauces to choose from, and we tried them all.No one should miss out on these delicacies when visiting the area!
4 based on 182 reviews
Western New York's Most Award Winning Restaurant....... Serving Buffalo's Best Italian, Sicilian, and American Cuisine for 25 Years!! We also Specialize in Banquets, Take outs, & Catering for All Occasions...
With my best friend permanently leaving WNY for Florida the wife and I took him and his gf out to dinner at Orazios. I was nervous since there were LOTS of cars parked on Main St. but we easily found a spot in their parking lot.I was very disappointed that the web site menu I checked just before we left home was NOT the same menu I was given at the table. Since the Italian sausage I craved was not to be had I ordered the ravioli while the other 3 went with the steak. My ravioli was delicious and the portion was large. The steak eaters did not fair so well as they complained about it being "tough". The waiter failed to refill our water glasses but otherwise did a nice job. I loved my ravioli but for those prices the steaks could have been a lot better.
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