Happy Guests

My Italian family is in Boston. Growing up, our favorite memories are going to grandma's house for her home-cooked amazingness. This is identical. It is comfort food at its finest. I could eat at Carmine's every night and not tire. The bread, salad, and oh, the main entrees. The ravioli is my favorite. The baked ziti is to die for. And always ask for the tiramisu. It's a 10. Love Carmine. Love this little piece of Italy in Kennewick.

Janice-Benton City, WA

The cutest and best Italian restaurant outside of Italy. We were waited on by Carmine himself and by at least four generations of his family. The meatballs and Italian sausage were to die for. The tiramisu blew my mind. Will be becoming a regular.

Robert-Richland, WA

I'm always begging my husband to surprise and take me here. The owner is so friendly every single time I love it. And the food is warm and comfortable also. So glad they opened this restaurant!!! Yum

Natalia-Kennewick, WA

Great local place, my wife and I love to come here. The ravioli are my favorite served on Thursday nights, but everything I've had was delicious. The owner is always pleasant and very interesting to talk to.

Greg-Kennewick, WA

We had a fabulous meal of baked ziti with the best meatballs we have ever tasted! We had the pleasure of meeting Carmine, the restaurant's owner. What a delight to meet someone who is passionate about his life and work! The restaurant's atmosphere was a delight, too. We enjoyed the historical and family memorabilia displayed throughout the restaurant, as well.

Janet-Pasco, WA

We drove to Kennewick just to try Carmine's lasagna. It's wonderful. The sausage and meatballs were flavorful and tender. We'll most certainly make the trip again!

Customer-Yakima, WA

This is a wonderful restaurant. It is in an old house that has tons of charm plus, Carmine, the owner, has Italian memorabilia all over the walls. The food is served family-style and reminded me of the Italian meals I enjoyed with my husband's family. The meatballs were the best I've ever eaten. And the sausage and ravioli were yummy, too. The service was exceptional; Alyssa, Carmine's granddaughter was always there to check on us. Carmine is such an interesting man. He found time in this very busy restaurant to talk to us and share things about his unique life. If you find yourself in the Tri-Cities, be sure and visit Carmine and Alyssa and dine on fabulous Italian food.