The Anticoli family has a long tradition of restaurants in the Dayton region. Their first restaurant, Rendezvous, opened downtown on Fifth Street in 1931. In 1951 they moved out to Saleem Avenue with Anticoli’s and in 2000 moved what became Caffé Anticoli to Main Street in the Clayton area. Son Michael went north and opened La Piazza in 1992 in Troy.
In 2011 the family moved south, and renovated a space in downtown Miamisburg. The new restaurant starts a new era for the Anticoli’s, with Giuliano, named after the family’s ancestral hometown located near Rome, Italy. The restaurant had a soft opening in April and this week has been set to celebrate the official Grand Opening. A ribbon cutting is set for June 1st at 4pm and guests that visit during this week will receive a VIP card, good for 20% off every Sunday through Thursday until October 1st, 2011.
Giuliano will be open seven days a week, serving dinner Monday through Saturday and opening at noon on Sunday’s, when kids 10 and under will eat free, while mom and dad can enjoy 20% of wines by the glass. Monday night will feature a pasta buffet, and Wednesday will be 35 cent wing night. Happy hour specials on food and drinks will run 4-6pm.
You may dine in the bar area, dining room or even book a private room for your party. Entrees range from $12.95 to $22.95, pizza’s are $12.95 to $15.95.
Giuliano’s, An Anticoli Tavern
67 South Main Street
Miamisburg, OH 45342