Draganetti’s Restaurante





(715) 834-9234


3120 Hillcrest Pkwy,
Altoona, WI 54720

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**Please Visit Our Website For Additional Information Our history dates back to 1936, when Clara Micaletti, the daughter of Italian immigrants, married Kasimer Draganowski, the son of Polish and German immigrants. Together with their children, they moved to northern Wisconsin in 1951 looking for a better life. They purchased a large, private home with the intention of converting it to a resort. Using a family recipe for homemade pizza, they began to slowly build their reputation for fine homemade foods. Times were difficult, and for 8 years Clara would work the winter months in Chicago at Stouffers as a waitress, while Kasimer stayed with the children in Wisconsin. It was the only way to keep the resort open. Each Spring, Clara would travel by train back to the northwoods to be with the family and prepare for the busy summer tourist season. Gradually, they were able to make enough money so Clara could stay at the resort all year. You can still visit the resort today. It’s called th e Enchanged Inn and is owned and continues to be operated by the next generation of the Draganowski family. In 1961, Kas and Clara took advantage of the opportunity to purchase a very small location on Main Street in Rice Lake, Wisconsin. Reas the rest of this at https://www.draganettis.com/history.htm


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Mon – Sat. 4:00 Pm – 10:00 Pm

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Draganetti’s, Altoona, WI. 888 likes | 19 talking about this | 1,677 were here. For more than fifty years, Draganetti’s continues the family tradition of. .

Nothing is ever little in Italian.

Chef Jake’s Bloody Mary-inspired Tomato Salad served atop Flank Steak, served alongside Cajun Shrimp with rice pilaf

Calling all Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce SOHO members- Doesn’t summer on the patio with friends and soon to be friends sound lovely? Connect and network with your fellow SOHO members for happy hour on August 4th from 4:30-6:30 p.m. here at Draganetti’s. If you need directions or have any questions please contact Amy at: muehlbauer@eauclairechamber.org or call 715-858-0617. Registration is appreciated so they can have an approximate head count. There is no charge to attend, cash bar.

Thanks Scott, we appreciate your business!

Tonight- Your choice of Chicken or Pork filet lightly breaded and pan-seared in Olive oil and thyme and garnished a triple berry reduction. This great creation is served alongside three shrimp, red bell pepper and spinach and served with a half portion of angel hair pasta. Delicious!

We’re proud to be one of the sponsors of the Babe Ruth League Ohio Valley Region U 15 Baseball tournament being held in Eau Claire this week. Watch the best of the best play at Mt. Simon with teams coming from as far away as Kentucky and West Virginia. Good luck everyone and ‪#‎WelcometoWisconsin‬!

After you’ve enjoyed the terrific music at Eaux Claires Music Festival today, stop in to top off the evening with some great food and beverages.

We’re so excited, love was in the air last night at Draganetti’s. Logan proposed to Audrey and we got to be the location for this momentous occasion. Congratulations Logan and Audrey and Congrats also to Matthew and Dana Bessen, who celebrated their Anniversary with us!

You’re welcome Logan, we have a photo to share of your special occasion, stay tuned.

Tonight: Wheat penne tossed in Pomodoro sauce, topped with fresh zucchini, squash , sausage and a lemon lime mint ricotta

The absolute perfect balance of taste. amazing.

Baby it’s warm outside and it’s a perfect day to enjoy Chef’s Manzana Salad- Chilled salad greens, candied almonds, bacon, gorgonzola cheese, green apples and tender chicken breast drizzled with raspberry vinaigrette.

Try Chef Jake’s Olive Chicken tonight, made with Kalamata, black and green olive and sundried tomato on a bed of linguini.

Tonight we’re offering two special features: Stuffed Flank Steak and Shrimp Aglio e Olio.

This looks like a great idea for an Antipasto menu item. What do you think, should we try it?

Our incredible staff was all decked out for the 4th of July yesterday in red, white & blue. Thanks to all of them who gave up part of a holiday to work and thanks also to our great customers who stopped in!

How about some homemade Berries and Cream Cheesecake to help celebrate the 4th? We will be open for the 4th tomorrow evening, serving from 4-8 pm.

Chef Jake’s feature this weekend: Shrimp Aglio e Olio. Delicous Shrimp lightly tossed with capelini in extra-virgin olive oil, garlic, crushed red pepper and parmesan cheese. Delicious!

I was there three times last week with my Mom. They have the best spaghetti in the world! I can’t wait to go back! John, the server, as well as Nicholas, are the very best!

The food was exceptional,but the service was sooo over the top on a BUSY night that I was astounded. Our server was fantastic!.

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Cocktail Lounge, outdoor deck, Catering and Carry-outs available. Real Italian Food from a Real Italian Family. Delicious homemade Italian meals and pizza. My wife and I recently visited Draganetti’s after receiving a recommendation. We both had pizza and I also ordered the calamari appetizer (very limited menu). All of the pizza’s are think crust and are nothing to write home about. No special taste or flavor, pretty basic pizza and really the restaurant is pretty basic as far as service and quality. For what I paid I will not be going here again by choice. Very nice, able to serve Gluten free. Hands down, one of the best places to eat in Eau Claire!
A friend & myself were visiting from out of town (we are originally from the area). Due to my food allergies & the recent menu change, I was not able to choose anything off the menu. The waitress, cook, and other staff were MORE than accommodating!
Our meal was wonderful, other friends joined us for drinks – all in all, a great time was had.
The pizza here is amazing, great flavor and crispy thin crust. The other options are pretty over priced for the food you get. In my book, it is not worth going to an Italian restaurant unless they hand make the pasta.here it comes from a box. Great Italian food, definitely not the prepackaged stuff you’re going to get at Olive Garden. It’s slightly more spendy, but it’s definitely worth it. The portion sizes are just right, and th(…)

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