It took a little longer than most of us thought, but spring is finally here! Our two locations are now looking to capitalize on the next few exciting months alongside our guests with more events and delicious food. Take a look at what’s coming to Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria soon!
Introducing Spring Flavors!
Let’s talk about our food coming this season. A springtime favorite will be back on the menu and is already making our mouths water – morel mushrooms! These are one of the most sought out wild mushrooms around the world. KPPO has pizza and pasta dishes including Bigoli Pasta which features morel mushrooms + brown butter + stracchino + aged balsamic.
“Katie’s Back Menu” is Here!
“Katie’s Back Menu” is now available, featuring completely new entrees and items. This is our best menu to date – inspired and created during Katie’s time off with Nadia – and has been completely revamped. It now includes ‘mains,’ lots of vegetable contorni, and new recipes. Katie focused on bold flavors and healthy options over trends this year, all made with love and meaning... just like mom.
Watch for Monthly Pop-Up Events
Although Mother’s Day has past, KPPO will begin hosting a monthly pop-up called "Pop Up Mother" in June. This innovative idea will feature elevated and healthy Italian cuisine. Seating will be limited and pop-ups will be served family style. Tickets will be available for purchase online in the near future. Check https://katiespizzaandpasta.com/ for updates.
As April showers brought May flowers, we invite you to join the festivities here at Katie's, whether it's lunch with a friend, dinner with the family, or Happy Hour with your coworkers. Call us at (314) 942-6555 or (636) 220-3238 for reservations!
What’s better than enjoying delicious, handmade Italian food? Supporting a worthy cause at the same time! Let’s come together on November 28 for our upcoming Giveback Tuesday event at our Rock Hill location.
The profits will be donated to Gratitude House, a nonprofit organization working to open sober living homes for women recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. This will be the first of its kind in St. Louis County.