- This deal.. $12, you get $25 worth of Italian fare for dinner you could buy.. the lunch deal though..
- For $6, you get $12 worth of Italian fare for lunch.
2132 Edwards Street
St. Louis, Missouri 63110
Mama’s on The Hill earned the title of Best Italian in St. Louis from Cityvoter by crafting authentic, generously-portioned Italian meats and pastas. The dinner menu offers appetizers such as toasted ravioli ($7.25), which envelops meat in a crispy envelop that’s tastier than popping uncooked raviolis into the toaster at home. Pasta plates include the linguine with clams ($13.75), a mélange of noodles, clams, mussels, and olive-oil garlic sauce, as well as the manicotti ($10.25), which marries italian cheeses and a parmesan cream sauce in idyllic tubes of pasta. In addition to its pasta plates, Mama’s on The Hill slings traditional entrees gleaned from fossilized family cookbooks, such as the pollo florentine ($14.25), which melds a plate of chicken-breast medallions with baby spinach, cream sauce, and roma tomatoes. The bistecca di soto ($17.45) marinates a 12-ounce strip steak, like a newborn Italian baby, in rich olive oil. Midday eaters can dive into Mama’s on the Hill’s equally saucy lunch menu that spotlights sandwiches, pastas, and meat entrees ($6.95 – $21.95).
25% of the proceeds from this deal will benefit St. Louis Children’s Hospital and fund programs like the Family Resource Center, music therapy programs, surgical research, pediatric neurocritical care and camps for children with special needs. Consistently ranked among the nation’s top children’s hospitals by publications such as U.S. News & World Report, St. Louis Children’s Hospital boasts an expansive research resume, and provides comprehensive services in every pediatric medical and surgical specialty to kids like Blair