It's been just over three months since diners have been able to enjoy the delicious food from Ca'Lucchenzo.
But the Italian restaurant at 6030 W. North Ave. in Wauwatosa, has announced that they will re-open today, June 18, for curbside pick-up.
Contactless carry-out will be available Thursday through Saturday with pick-up between 5 and 7 p.m. All orders must be placed online, with orders accepted beginning at noon for same-day pick-up.
Daily menus will include at least one pasta kit (fresh pasta and sauce), a variety of antipasti, dessert, a cocktail kit and wine packs. Today's featured pasta kit includes includes one pound of housemade bucatini pasta, one pint of Amatriciana sauce (tomato, onion and guanciale) and pecorino romano cheese ($45). View the full menu online.
Patio dining to come
The restaurant will also open for patio dining beginning Thursday, June 25. Patio dining will be available by reservation only (weather permitting) during regular operating hours (Tuesday through Saturday from 5 to 9 p.m.). Reservations can be made online beginning at 3 p.m. for same-day dining. No advance reservations will be available, due to potential fluctuations in weather.
Select sidewalk tables will also be available along North Avenue and for walk-ups on a first-come, first-served basis.
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