In Italian, Pazzo means crazy, which is how the staff at Pazzo 315 in Pittston describe their unwavering dedication to working in the kitchen and their food, of course. They call their food “crazy-good”.
Chef Sam Agolino’s family has been in the restaurant business for 25 years. Sam grew up in the business and believes a dinner should be delicious, comfortable, memorable, and relaxing, and he views visitors not as customers, but as guests.
Pazzo 315 offers authentic Italian food spanning antipasto, insalata, pasta, cene (dinners), and contorni (side-dishes). Enjoy favorites like pan roasted Farro Island salmon and Maple Leaf Farm duck breast or try an Old-World favorite like cannelloni filled with veal, Puttanesca con Tonna, or Spaghetti and Meatballs.
Be sure to ask your server for a suggestion about which wine to pair with your meal and check back regularly for information on wine classes and tastings.