Tony Mandina’s

Restaurant Week New Orleans


1915 Pratt St.
Gretna, LA 70053


(504) 362-2010



Tuesday – Friday
11:00am – 2:00pm

Friday & Saturday 
5:00pm – 9:00pm

*Closed Sundays & Mondays*


Italian Seafood


The Mandina family traces their roots back to the early 1700’s. Their ancestors were from Salaparuta, Sicily. Salaparuta, which is one hour southwest of Palermo looks different from when Tony’s father left in 1924. Today, the buildings in Salaparuta are very contemporary compared to other towns. The reason for the difference is due to an earthquake that decimated the town in 1968, after which the residents decided to rebuild about a mile away instead of on the town’s original site. The destructed town is referred to as “Old Salaparuta” (before the earthquake) and Salaparuta is referred to as “New Salaparuta” (after the earthquake). The Mandina Family still has relatives that live in “New Salaparuta”. They are proud to offer their customers a taste of that region with their regular menu items and a few specialty items that they import from Salaparuta including Villa Mandina Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Villa Scaminaci Wines made with the olives and grapes from the Mandina olives groves and vineyards.


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Restaurant Week New Orleans June 21 – 27, 2021

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