Benvenuti!
A Salute to Sunday suppers,
simpler times and shared stories
A New Sicilian Restaurant in Tampa
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Park free across from the restaurant in the large Columbia lot between 21st and 22nd streets. The Columbia also has several other free lots nearby.

Hours

Order Curbside Pickup

1607 N. 22nd Street
Tampa, Florida 33605

813 248 1925

Daily
Lunch: 11 a.m to 4 p.m
Dinner: 4 p.m to 10 p.m

Park free across from the restaurant in the large Columbia lot between 21st and 22nd streets. The Columbia also has several other free lots nearby.

Our Menu

The lunch and dinner menus feature maccheroni (pasta), steaks, seafood, scacciata, salads, soups, desserts and hundreds of Sicilian wines.
The Santo’s Drinkeria menu includes Sicilian street food, desserts, cocktails and wines.

To us, family is everything

Much of what we serve here – from the wines in your glass to the cheese on your plate and even the extra-virgin olive oil and the salt on your food – we import from family businesses in Sicily.

The hand-painted, colorful backsplashes, tabletops and countertops we ordered in person from a family in Caltagirone, Sicily. The vintage pictures artfully scattered around the restaurant represent many of the founding Sicilian families in Tampa, generously shared with us by their proud descendants.

A History of Friends, Family and Food

A message from owner Richard Gonzmart

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Housed in a former 1925 Ybor City macaroni factory, Casa Santo Stefano pays fond tribute to the Sicilian food I ate every Sunday with my best friend Vincent Palori.

Those Nana-cooked meals provide the inspiration for the pastas, sauces and seafood we feature here, not just Sicilian, but Tampa Sicilian.

The Casa interior design offers a showplace of art and craftsmanship, with custom imported elements around every corner.

Casa also pays tribute to the wave of Sicilian immigrants who – along with the Cubans and Spanish – helped build Tampa and Ybor City.

They came searching for America, and instead helped create it.

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Join Our Team

Apply Monday–Friday from 2–4 p.m. at Casa Santo Stefano, or send your resume to [email protected].