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About Vito's in the Valley
Vito's in the Valley is a family owned and operated Sicilian restaurant that offers Lunch, Happy Hour, Dinner & Catering!
Our menus include authentic Sicilian appetizers, fresh seasonal salads, panini, homemade pasta, a long list of classic Italian entrees and Vito's signature pizzas and calzones!
For Happy Hour, enjoy some of our most popular appetizers and signature pizza for ONLY $5! Drink specials include: $3 Select Domestic Bottles, $4 Draft Craft Beers, $5 Featured Wines, $5 Premium Well Drinks & $6 Select Martinis.
Vito's Catering is offered for breakfast, lunch & dinner in house or off premise! Our place or yours, we would love to cater your next event.
NOW BOOKING HOLIDAY PARTIES!
Chesterfield, MO 63005
Italian, Pizzeria, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!
Off the corner of Long Rd & Edison
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer full service catering for all your family functions and corporate events in house or off premise.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Vito's in the Valley is open for Private Parties & Catering Monday - Sunday from 9AM-4PM.
Vito's in the Valley Ratings and Reviews
Vitos was great. Service was superb, food was quick coming out and fresh and tasted great. I got the veal which was great. My girlfriend got the chicken that won the award in st Louis magazine. My only complaint was brussel sprouts aren't a great side dish. I would go here again. The environment was very nice and romantic with it being candle lit. We had a very good time.
We chose this place to try because one of our guests is gluten free. They had a separate menu just for her. The food for everyone was excellent, generous portions, great wine list, personable staff, and loved the quiet atmosphere so we could hear ourselves talk without screaming over music or the television.
Sunday evening was pretty quiet. Food was plentiful - the calzone was huge. My brother in law felt it had too much bread and would have been happy with the same stuffing in a smaller package. Chicken spedini was a hit, penne rosa very good. Scampi sauce was not very flavorful but it was large serving. We had a very pleasant server, but she disappeared for long periods, especially given that the place was not busy. She could easily have sold at least one more drink to the entire table if she had returned to check on us after food was served. Overall, this is a pretty restaurant and we had a quiet evening there. We will go back
The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is because not everyone's food came out at the same time. We had a table of 7 and the first 4
Got their food, then a few minutes later, 2 more and it was over 5 minutes before the 7th entree came out. And we didn't get bread until our food came. BUT the food was delicious! (Even the kids meals) and we felt comfortable having our 8 year olds there on a Friday night. The server was very friendly and so was the host! Definitely will return!
Excellent atmosphere, food, and service.
Our waiter Dave was, knowledge, friendly, helpful and attentive.
The owner was onsite working right along with his staff and checking on customers.
Very professional with a family feel.
Next time you want great Italian food, forget the long drive, impossible parking, traffic and over rated food at "The Hill" give Vito's in the Valley a try.
You won't retreat it.
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We got to Vito's based on Google's recommendation and a booking through OpenTable within the Google Maps application. The listed closing time was 11pm and we arrived at 9.15pm. We were shown to our seat at 9.25pm. We chose to sit out door.
The food was good but honestly we couldn't enjoy it because we were being pestered after every bite by the waiter enquiring if we done yet. We'd like it better if we were told ahead of being seated that they were in a rush to close business before 10pm. The repeated annoying visits were totally uncalled for.
In case you decide to read this, Vito's, I'm writing so you know of our experience last evening.
We met another couple for dinner last Sunday and had a very enjoyable evening. The Server did a good job of explaining the specials and attending to us throughout the evening. Pizza was very good along with the toasted ravioli. We shared the chicken piccatta and the shrimp scampi with linguini. We have been there for lunch a nd really enjoyed it as well.
My husband and I came here for our 1st anniversary dinner and let's just say the food and wine were great but the service was not. I hope if we decide to revisit the service would be better because the food is exceptional!
After a previous bad experience, we gave Vito's in the Valley another try. We were looking for a good and relaxing dinner to decompress from a stressful week. We found it! The bruschetta is always outstanding. The Caesar salad is perhaps the best in St. Louis. My wife and I both ordered pasta and this was delicious too. We are looking forward to eating our leftover pasta. With a more attentive wait staff and great food, we were both very relaxed and pleased with Vito's, and we will definitely be back.
Excellent experience! Had family in town for a wknd sports tourney, and VitV was the first place I thought of taking them. My instinct was rewarded with a great meal, top-notch service, and an all-around experience my family is still talking about! Highly recommended.
This was our first visit to Vito's in the Valley and we were pleasantly surprised by the food and how good it was. We ordered the calamari for a starter, which was cooked perfectly and delicious. My Caesar salad had just enough dressing and cheese. My companion ordered a pasta dish with shrimp and asparagus and the taste was so good I couldn't stop stealing noodles off his plate. I ordered the chicken parm panini, which was alright but not as good as my friend's pasta.
Overall, everything was great, with one exception. There were several flies in the restaurant that we spent quite a bit of time swatting away from our food. It was almost like we were eating outside, but we weren't. It definitely detracted from the overall experience of the meal, which is why I gave the ambience this time two stars, and hopefully next time they will have a solution to keep flies out of the dining room. Other than the nagging flies, we enjoyed the restaurant.
Service was nice and dining area conversation friendly. The portions were too large unless you are planning on taking home half your meal. Food was average nothing that I haven't made better. Unfortunately it appeared to have sat under the heat lamp too long and was starting to crust over. The lemon drop martini was surprising incredibly watery. A bit disappointed since we really wanted to like the restaurant.
The service was bad. Had res for 7:15. Didn't get seated intill 7:40. Had to ask if the table was ready. Took over an 1 to just get bread . Drinks were warm. It was one bad thing after one. Very upsetting. Are waiter was also the busboy and keep leaving thing on are table.
I made reservations for a party of 9 for my parents' 50th wedding anniversary as well as my sister-in-law's 40th birthday and my dad's birthday. Everything was going well until a party of about 20 showed up in our section with tons of kids. Apparently a little league baseball team was eating there because they were traveling and their tournament was rained out. It seemed an odd venue for kids and it made our celebrations very difficult to enjoy. Our waiter, however worked very hard to make sure we had plenty of refills and got our food on time. When we moved outside for dessert it began raining so we decided to simply leave. They were very nice about us leaving and apologized for the noise level. Overall, the restaurant did a great job despite the loud and rainy experience that was out of their control anyway.
This has been a favorite of ours in the past (hence the "yes" answer to whether or not I would recommend). We went there for Mother's Day and it was a very disappointing experience. The service was so slow that our Mother's Day lunch extended past two hours. We had to rearrange the rest of our plans for the day. The two people that ordered off the regular menu were very pleased with their meal. The rest of us that ordered off the Mother's Day menu received dishes that were just "okay" and were room temperature.
As I said, this was a favorite of ours before. I love the gluten-free options and their sauces are delicious. My advice would be to stick to the main menu and stay away from the specialty menus. They should probably stick to what they know.
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