|Cuisine Type |||Italian|
|Ambiance |||Bistro, Good For Groups, Casual|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Holiday Meals, Party Space, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Getting There |||Burrard SkyTrain station|
|Cross Street |||Burrard Street|
|Mon-Thurs: 11AM-11PM; Fri-Sat: 11AM-12AM; Sun: 4PM-10PM|
Profile Last Updated: August 07, 2008
Florence, Rome, Milan; you can imagine yourself in any of these Italian cities when you’re inside Lombardo’s. Diners relax on leather chairs at dark wood tables and soak up the atmosphere. An open brick fireplace where the pizzas are constantly sliding in and out is the focus of the room, and you can often catch a chef tossing the dough in traditional manner. The best spot in the house may be on the open second level overlooking all the action. Yellow walls, wrought iron and lots of exposed brick create a rustic Tuscan look. Located in the same building as the Scotiabank Theatre, it’s a great place to catch a meal before an Italian flick!
Pizza, Panini, Pasta, Oh My!
Lombardo’s is known for its thin-crust wood-oven pizzas, which come with an array of toppings and in two sizes, ideal for sharing. Calzones, folded pizzas slowly baked, offer a different take of the classic and are a popular choice for lunch. Paninis, soups and salads are also great for light lunches. Save your appetite for dinner, when pasta specials grace the menu. The noodles are made fresh daily and you can choose your type of noodle and sauce to create the perfect dish.
Italian food is meant to be enjoyed leisurely with friends and family. Recognizing this tradition, Lombardo’s has made it easy to take big groups out for a meal. Private parties are available for up to 75 people and there are many group menu options available, ranging from $15 to $40 per head.
Parking: Pay street parking, pay parking lots