Houston Restaurant Week has been extended to the 30th and they have a challenge for you!
We are honored to be serving our wonderful guests, and we thank you for this recognition.
Marvino’s is excited to bring some fun to kid’s personal pizzas every Tuesday starting at 4pm. Kids 12 and under are invited make their own personalized pizza…perfectly made for them, by them!
Upon ordering, kids are invited to visit our pizza station where they put on their creative chef-hat and make their own personal pizza. Starting with just pizza dough, kids build their pizza from scratch with fresh sauce and a large variety of unlimited toppings. Each pizza masterpiece is then cooked to perfection in our wood-burning pizza oven and served hot for kids to enjoy.
- $8 with unlimited toppings
- Limited to kids 12 and under
- Children 6 years or under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
- Participation dependent on availability
- Dine in only
Participation is at your own risk. Marvino’s Italian Kitchen will not be responsible for stains on clothes or injuries resulting from participation in the kid’s personal pizza making.
Everything’s made fresh with amore at this Italian Kitchen in Cypress. We brought a few standouts from the enormous the Marvino Lasagna a la Bolognese, as well as the Chicken Marvino – sautéed chicken breast topped with Gulf shrimp in a white wine sauce.
HOUSTON, TX (May 15, 2014) – On May 7, 2014, David Herrera, owner of the popular Houston area restaurant establishment, Alicia’s Mexican Grille and Dario’s American Cuisine, commemorated the start of construction on his new upscale Italian restaurant concept, Marvino, with a special groundbreaking ceremony.
Owners of Marvino’s Restaurant are putting the finishing touches on the new Italian eatery, which is expected to be ready to open at 24002 Hwy. 290 by late May or June. The restaurant, which is under the same ownership as Alicia’s Mexican Grille and Dario’s American Cuisine, debuted with a sneak peak of its cuisine at the Cy-Fair Wine Fair in April. 281-304-1833.