Named after the Inzolia grape from the island of Sicily we opened our Roanoke doors in 2010. Under the leadership of native Italian, Daniele Puelo, we had a desire to bring authentic Italian food to Roanoke, "The Unique Dining Capital of Texas", and with his Nonna's recipes in hand we did just that. Beside our menu we've also built an amazing wine list prepared to compliment any dish. With this heritage we began to develop our identity as Roanoke's go to Italian restaurant and wine bar.
We seek to strike a careful balance between a romantic and family friendly atmosphere. Our servers will give you classic small town Texas kindness but our dishes will make you think you're in Italy. We'd love you to come join us tonight and bring your friends; and while you're here strike a pose in the free photo booth. Make plans to come dine with us tonight.
Inside the mood is set with soft lighting while Italian or Jazz Standards play in the background. It is perfect for casual conversation with family or friends.
Our large accordion doors always look forward to days when this fickle Texas weather will let them fling wide open to the bustling street of downtown Roanoke.