Luciano’s Italian Restaurant, Clinton Township MI | Merchant Profile

Lucianoís Italian Restaurant transports any visitor to Italy with just one step inside the door. The atmosphere is natural and the dÈcor and design of the restaurant is set up to feel like youíre outside surrounded by Italian villas. The restaurant is family owned and operated by Luciano himself and his wife and children and has been in business since 1987. Originally from Italy, Luciano came to America in 1963 and was severely disappointed with the quality of Italian restaurants he found in the US. This motivated him to open his own Italian restaurant to share what real, authentic Italian food is like. The food at Lucianoís is all natural and made from the most expensive, top quality ingredients Luciano can get. One of Lucianoís most popular dishes is the Shrimp Casalinga appetizer. It comes with breaded butterflied jumbo shrimp sautÈed with garlic in a lemon and cream sauce. Lucianoís wife, Rosa, actually makes every sauce in-house daily from scratch. Another fan favorite is the Pasta Marinara, which is sautÈed with shrimp, scallops, chopped clams, mussels, and calamari in a red clam sauce. At Lucianoís you can expect to get generous portions of excellent food for a great price. Luciano attributes his success to one thing: consistency. You can order a dish and come back a year later and expect to receive the exact same meal. He focuses on creating great food, great service, and a great atmosphere. Lucianoís has mastered all three and as a result people travel from near and far to visit and enjoy the restaurant. The space at Lucianoís is so beautiful that it makes for the perfect venue for any special event or occasion. Anything from intimate weddings to anniversaries and baby showers, Lucianoís can make the perfect accommodations and menus to add the perfect touch to any event. If youíre in the area, make sure you donít miss the opportunity to visit Lucianoís for an unforgettable meal and experience.

39091 Garfield Rd
Clinton Township, MI 48038