Naples Italian Restaurant Knoxville that Holiday Dinner

If you are still scratching your head over where to take your family for dinner this holiday season, head over to Naples Italian Restaurant Knoxville where you can enjoy your meal without having to worry about cleaning up.


Families love Naples Italian Restaurant, especially during the holidays, as there is always something for everyone on the menu.


Your kids will love the Fire Grilled Pizza Marguerite. This hand formed fire grilled pizza is topped with fresh mozzarella, basil, tomato, and extra virgin olive oil. Everyone loves pizza and this certainly doesn’t disappoint. While the kids enjoy the pizza, you and rest of the family can tuck into a scrumptious Caponata featuring thin slices of fresh fried eggplant with fresh feta cheese, capers, basil, and tomato.


Of course, you can always skip the appetizer and go straight to the soup and salad. Naples Italian Restaurant makes the best homemade traditional Minestrone. This mouth-watering soup is just like grandma used to make and is loaded with fresh vegetables and Rosa Maria pasta, served with a baked garlic crouton.


After soup comes salad, and Naples Italian Restaurant Knoxville has the best. Go with a traditional Cesar salad, or try the Tuscan Wedge Salad that comes with an iceberg wedge topped with walnuts, balsamic marinated tomatoes, gorgonzola crumbles, apple bacon, and a drizzle of molasses.


For the main course, how about sampling a plate of Ravioli? You can always curb your appetite with Veal Parmesan or a plate of Pesce Putanesca. Loaded with scallops, shrimp, mussels, and fresh fish, Pesce Putanesca is a delicious main course that is served in a sherry tomato seafood broth with kalamata olives, capers, and fresh basil. Poured over cappellini pasta.


This holiday season surprise the family and head over to Naples Italian Restaurant Knoxville. The prices are great, the food is amazing, and the service is second to none.


Make your reservations today.

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