Spoleto's Pizzeria & Wine Shop
4804 Hwy 20 Sweet Home, OR 97386
Delivery available to Foster Lake & Riverbend Campgrounds!
(Additional fees apply for delivery service.)
If you want to experience Sweet Home for what it truly is and you're passing through, you should head to Spoleto's. Although every place is "the local's spot" in such a low population town, don't be deterred just because this is the only Italian place around that serves more than pizza! The CALZONE was the best calzone of my life, truly. Meatballs were HUGE, firm and herby with rosemary; handmade. The crust is fantastic--crisp on the outside, yeasty, warm and soft on the inside. The wheat comes from Eastern Oregon and is milled in Pendleton. The beers are cheap, local and they have a fantastic selection of Nikkasi. The wine list is good and they serve Marks Ridge--the local Sweet Home Winery! Proceeds for much of the menu goes to local community groups and services.
Stopped in here while passing through after a day of snowshoeing, and have to say that we were very pleasantly surprised.
We got a pair of calzones. One was vegetarian, one had meat. They were both epic. Like seriously. Go get a calzone. Awesome crust, tasty fillings, plenty of ranch and marinara. Nomnom.
Reasonably priced beer, good food, and good service. This place has earned our business next time we pass through for sure.
Brandon W. from Corvallis gives us 5 Stars..
Laura W. from Salem, OR gave us 4 Stars..
We stopped here on the way back to Portland after camping near the McKenzie River. We chose it because it was the first restaurant we found coming into town and we were starving. We had no expectations. The outside is very plain, the decor was kinda weird and aging, but the staff was very friendly (though busy).
The selections on the menu surprised me, because they had offerings of spinach, feta, walnuts, pesto, artichoke, etc. that you don't see at the average pizza place. They also had beer and wine pairings for the pizzas and a pretty decent wine and beer selection. The salad was very good, fresh and very HUGE. We ordered an individual cheese pizza for our kids. This was also excellent. Ours, a spinach, feta, walnut with garlic-olive oil was very good. Their crust is great. It's what I'd call a medium crust. The rim is big and fluffy, the center is not too thin, not too thick. The flavor and texture of the bread is wonderful.
This is a great place for groups, families, couples, etc. They have smaller, more private booths up front, a small 'bar' with a few seats near the checkout, and an open room in the back with booths and tables. I have a hard time imagining there is a better place to eat in Sweet Home, but this is the only place we've tried. It will be included in our travel plans to this area for the foreseeable future.
I eat here all the time ( when I lived here). They have got the best calzone( It is to die for). The workers are very friendly, and are right there when you call for them. If you are looking for the BEST PIZZA EVER!
LOOK WHO'S IN THE NEWS ...
DECEMBER 25, 2012 PIZZA PAYS OFF FOR NON-PROFITS
Manager Christine Nyberg, left, and Owner Karen Newberg of Spoleto's in Sweet Home show their Acts of Kindness menu that benefits Sweet Home Nonprofits. (David Patton/Democrat-Herald)
DECEMBER 24, 2012 SPOLETO'S 2
Spoleto's Pizzeria in Sweet Home is giving $5 of each of its special pizzas to charities.
APRIL 12, 2012 OREGON JAMBOREE RECEIVES BEST FESTIVAL TITLE
...Jamboree marketing manager Teresa Stas said Spoleto’s Pizzeria and Wine Shop at 4804 Highway 20, has named a pizza “The Jamboree” in honor of the event.
The shop will donate $5 for every “The Jamboree” sold from now through August 5 to the Sweet Home Community Foundation.
Free pizza samples will be served at the restaurant from 5 to 6 p.m. Thursday, April 12. Beer and wine will also be available for purchase.
JULY 9, 2010 SATURDAY FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT SICK TEEN
SWEET HOME — All Makayla Galster wanted for her 13th birthday on June 28 was to be able to play sports and ride her skateboard again.