Pesto bread and calamari were fine.
We tried thin crust, wood fired and thick crust pizzas and all were terrible--dry cardboard and cheap toppings. Honestly, the best part of the meal were the Starlite mints that came with the bill--partly because they tasted nice, but mainly because it meant our meal was over and we could leave. We happened to be in Lacrosse and staying nearby at dinnertime. Actually we were able to take advantage of the two for one glasses of house wine for happy hour, which was happy indeed.
When I travel, I love to eat at non-franchise places to experience new things. It can turn out good or it can turn out bad. Edwardo's is in the 'good' category! The atmosphere was nice, not too fancy. My husband had ravioli and I had a wood fired Hawaiian pizza. Both were excellent and we enjoyed them immensely!! Family was in town over the Memorial Day weekend and we decided to go out for dinner.
The first choice was Edwardo's. The service was top notch as it always is and the food is very good. The salads are unique, served with three slices of pepperoni, and are very good. The lettuce is mixed greens and not just Iceberg. The main course is very good, whether you order the woodfired pizza or their homemade classic lasagne. By the way, the bread sticks are great.
This was my second time at restaurant and perfect service both times. Boyfriend got pizza both times and he loved it. I had ravioli this time which was delicious and they were larger than I expected. Sign advertised best cheese curds so we got those too. They were the hugest curds I have ever seen and oh so delicious. Walked in without reservation and place was packed, but thankfully only waited 5 minutes for a table. Loved the food.
My husband ordered sea food Pizza and he found it very tasty. Good atmosphere and good food.
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Cuisines: American , Italian. Restaurant details Good for: Child-friendly, Local cuisine. Please message on Facebook or call the restaurant or visit our website for details. Upscale, casual pizzeria. Woodfired pizza oven in main dining room. Diverse, large menu.
Famous cheesecurds. Over 50 beers, wines and mixed drinks. Local owners.
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