LOCATIONS

Mandola's Italian Kitchen

4700 W. Guadalupe #12, 512/419-9700
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 11am-10pm; Sat., 9am-10pm; Sun., 9am-9pm

John Anderson

This market/restaurant from Houston's Mandola clan attracts crowds with imported Italian deli meats and cheeses, fresh-baked rustic breads and pastries, and homemade gelatos and sorbettos. Enjoy well-selected wines by the bottle or the glass and prepared foods to eat in the cavernous, crowded dining room or to take out.

Other Locations

Mandola's Italian Kitchen, 12815 Shops Pkwy. #400, Bee Cave
Mandola's Italian Kitchen, 4301 W. William Cannon Ste. E-1
Mandola's Italian Kitchen, 12100 W. Parmer #200, Cedar Park
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Chronicle Reviews

Mandola's Italian Market

It's all good

Virginia B. Wood, July 13, 2006

Best of Austin Awards

First Plates Awards

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