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Iaria's Italian Restaurant

5 of 5 stars 1 Reviews

317 S College Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202
http://www.iariasrestaurant.com
(317) 638-7706
 
Iaria's History: - 1911, Pete (Pietro) Iaria & his wife Antonia Sgro came to Ellis Island from Roccoforte, Italy (located in the Region of Calabria, Southern Italy) - Pete & Antonia started out in West Virginia in the coal mining industry - They migra...read more
Iaria's History: - 1911, Pete (Pietro) Iaria & his wife Antonia Sgro came to Ellis Island from Roccoforte, Italy (located in the Region of Calabria, Southern Italy) - Pete & Antonia started out in West Virginia in the coal mining industry - They migrated with their 8 children to Indianapolis in 1913, where they purchased a home at 317 S. Noble Street (College Av. Today) - Their original home is where the dining room sits today - Pete & Antonia took in borders and fed workers from G & J Rubber Plant located across the street, this is how the tradition began - In 1916, they opened Pete Iaria's Italian Grocery Store, which is on the site where the bar is today - Iaria's spaghetti sauce was sold in the restaurant from day one and is Antonia's original recipe, it is still what a tops our pasta today - In 1933, Pete & Antonia, sons Matthew & Rocky, and daughter Pasqualina Iaria Piccione gave birth to Pete Iaria's Restaurant - In 1940, Noble Street became College Avenue - In 1949, Pete turned over the restaurant to son Matthew (Mate) and his wife Santina Bondi Iaria, they vowed to continue the tradition of fine Italian food, good service, & immaculate surroundings - In 1992, the third generation of restaurant owners was born when Mate decided it was time to pass it on to his son Nick - Nick, his wife Kathleen and his daughters Santina & Gina ran the restaurant and continued service to customers until the summer of 2003 - In September of 2003, Nick sold the restaurant to his brother Matthew's children and nephew, the fourth generation - The fourth generation family members are keeping the tradition alive today
 
 

Business Details

Categories

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Italian Restaurants, Restaurants

Hours of Operation

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  • Dinner Mon-Fri
  • Sun Closed
  • Sat 5:00PM to 10:00PM
  • Lunch Mon
  • Sun Closed
  • Sat 4:30PM to 4:30PM
  • Tue
  • Wed
  • Thu
  • Fri 11:00AM to 1:30PM

Price Range

  • $30 to $40

Discount

  • up to 20%

In Business Since

  • 1913

Products & Services

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  • Appetizers
  • Bacon
  • Beef
  • Breads
  • Chicken
  • More
  • Clams
  • Dinner
  • Drinks
  • Entrees
  • Food
  • Fruits
  • Lunch
  • Manicotti
  • Meats
  • Mussels
  • Pizza
  • Pork
  • Ravioli
  • Salads
  • Sandwiches
  • Sausage
  • Scallops
  • Shrimp
  • Soups
  • Soups & Salads
  • Steak
  • Tuna
  • Veal
  • Vegetables
  • Wine
  • Less

Cuisine

  • Italian, Italian

Payment Options

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  • Cash
  • Diner's Club

Additional Information

  • Family Owned Since 1933, Minestrone Soup, Our Antipasto Salads Are Made With Lettuce, Tomatoes,, Vienna Bread, and Your Choice of Two Homemade Meatballs, Spaghetti Capellini, Cheese Torteluni, All Spe... More Family Owned Since 1933, Minestrone Soup, Our Antipasto Salads Are Made With Lettuce, Tomatoes,, Vienna Bread, and Your Choice of Two Homemade Meatballs, Spaghetti Capellini, Cheese Torteluni, All Specialty Dinners Served With Minestrone Soup., Made With the Finest Ricotta Cheese and Meat & Topped With, Mix of Shrimps, Scallops & Mussels - Served Over Fettuccini in A, Fettuccini With Our Original, Ptovimi Veal, Hand-Breaded Entree in Our Italian Bread Crumbs, Sauteed in Olive Oil,, Served With Your Choice of Side., Each Entree Is Lightly Floured Then Sauteed, Served in A White Wine, & Lemon Butter Sauce. Served With Your Choice of Side ?Capers, Available Upon Request 1.00, Each Entree Is Lightly Floured & Sauteed. Served With Mushrooms In, A Florio Sweet Marsala Wine Sauce. Served With Your Choice of Side., Steak of the Month Market Price, Cooked To Your Specifications. Served With Your Choice of Side, Sides. Our Famous Spaghetti OR Seasonal Sauteed Vegetable,, Gondola Sandwiches, Additional Pizza Topping - EachLess

Areas Served

  • Indianapolis, Downtown Indy
 

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5 of 5 stars
Oct 20, 2010
by Guest83931
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Iaria's Italian Restaurant 317 S College Ave,
Indianapolis, IN 46202
USA
They have the BEST pizza!
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Iaria's History: - 1911, Pete (Pietro) Iaria & his wife Antonia Sgro came to Ellis Island from Roccoforte, Italy (located in the Region of Calabria, Southern Italy) - Pete & Antonia started out in West Virginia in the coal mining industry - They migrated with their 8 children to Indianapolis in 1913, where they purchased a home at 317 S. Noble Street (College Av. Today) - Their original home is where the dining room sits today - Pete & Antonia took in borders and fed workers from G & J Rubber Plant located across the street, this is how the tradition began - In 1916, they opened Pete Iaria's Italian Grocery Store, which is on the site where the bar is today - Iaria's spaghetti sauce was sold in the restaurant from day one and is Antonia's original recipe, it is still what a tops our pasta today - In 1933, Pete & Antonia, sons Matthew & Rocky, and daughter Pasqualina Iaria Piccione gave birth to Pete Iaria's Restaurant - In 1940, Noble Street became College Avenue - In 1949, Pete turned over the restaurant to son Matthew (Mate) and his wife Santina Bondi Iaria, they vowed to continue the tradition of fine Italian food, good service, & immaculate surroundings - In 1992, the third generation of restaurant owners was born when Mate decided it was time to pass it on to his son Nick - Nick, his wife Kathleen and his daughters Santina & Gina ran the restaurant and continued service to customers until the summer of 2003 - In September of 2003, Nick sold the restaurant to his brother Matthew's children and nephew, the fourth generation - The fourth generation family members are keeping the tradition alive today