I received a complimentary meal at Florentina’s Ristorante Italiano. All opinions are my own.
Before you head to a good show like Clay Cooper’s Country Express – you will need a delicious dinner and you will not be disappointed with the Italian feast you will enjoy at Florentina’s Ristorante Italiano.
If there is 1 thing you need to remember about Florentina’s Ristorante Italiano is that you HAVE to get the Italian Nachos! They are amazing. They are a bed of Italian pasta chips topped with alfredo sauce, cheese blend, grilled chicken, olives, pepperoncini, diced tomatoes, and red onions and then topped with a tangy balsamic reduction. This could have been my whole meal it was so flavorful and filling!
At Florentina’s Ristorante Italiano you will enjoy homemade sauces, signature creations made fresh daily, authentic brick oven pizzas, an inviting atmosphere…and so much more. You can dine with family and friends while enjoying the Italian traditions of food, friendship, hospitality, and uniquely “Italian style”.
For my main meal, I had the fettuccini alfredo. It was so cheesy and creamy. It was fabulous along with their delicious bread and dipping oil with herbs and balsamic vinegar.
There is something on the menu for everyone. We are planning to go back to Branson with our whole family and I know my kids will love the brick oven pizza. And I would love to try the Seafood Ravioli – it’s loaded with lobster, shrimp, and scallops! I only get to eat seafood when we eat at restaurants since my family doesn’t like seafood. Steak Florentina or Pollo PIcatta sound amazing too!
If you aren’t completely stuffed after eating the Italian Nachos, your entree and delicious bread, make sure you try Florentina’s own Italian specialties…Tiramisu, Spumoni Ice Cream or even Creme Brulee.
This restaurant is family owned so you know you are supporting a small business when you dine at Florentina’s Ristorante Italiano. The service was great and very friendly. Make sure you add this restaurant to your itinerary when visiting Branson, Missouri!