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Memorial’s Hidden Treasure…

Come see what’s new at Vallone’s, including our popular happy hour…


Happy Thanksgiving from our family to you and yours!

Happy Thanksgiving from all the families at the Vallone Restaurant Group!


New Year’s Eve at Vallone (and Christmas Eve hours). Happy holidays!

Please note that Vallone’s will be open on Christmas Eve from 4:00-9:00 p.m.

Happy holidays, everyone!


Memorial’s “hidden treasure”. Come see what’s new at Vallone’s…

vallones dining room

At Vallone’s, our constantly-evolving menu and cocktail program are updated regularly with new dishes and cocktail recipes.

Even though you’ll always find your favorites on our menus, you’ll also always find something new to surprise the palate.

Tony likes to call Vallone’s “Memorial’s hidden treasure.” That’s because there’s always a new “gem” to discover at the bar or the dinner table.

Please call 713-395-6100 to reserve.

The best happy hour in Memorial…

Please click here for our happy hour menu.

Please call 713-395-6100 to reserve now.


Tony Vallone’s “Thanksgiving To Go”

Stay tuned for details on how to order Tony Vallone’s Thanksgiving “To Go”. We will be announcing the menus and ordering information shortly. This year, let Tony Vallone cook your Thanksgiving feast!

turkey site

Tony likes to joke about Thanksgiving at his house.

“When I was a kid growing up in an Italian family,” he remembers fondly, “Thanksgiving was just like any other Sunday lunch with lasagne and all the other Italian classic dishes. The only difference was that there was a roast bird in the middle of the table!”

For years now, Tony has been preparing Thanksgiving feasts for his guests. And you, too, can serve Tony’s lasagne at your family’s feast. It’s one of the extra items that can be added to your Thanksgiving To Go order from Ciao Bello.

Stay tuned for details!

Sparkling rosé by-the-glass at Vallones… from Italy of course!


One of the things that sets the Vallone family of restaurants apart in Houston’s ever-expanding food scene is Tony’s connections to Italy.

Last week, Tony hosted winemaker Cristina Ziliani (above, left), owner of the Berlucchi winery in Franciacorta, an appellation about 45 minutes east of Milan where classic-method sparkling wines are produced.

“I go to Milan every year,” says Tony. “The best restaurants there all serve Franciacorta by-the-glass. They love Champagne as much as we do here in the U.S., of course. But Franciacorta has richer fruit flavors. It’s fresher and it’s more food-friendly. After all, it’s Italian! And that’s why I’ve been serving Franciacorta by-the-glass at all my restaurants.”

“Franciacorta is one of our favorite wines here at the Vallone family of restaurants,” says Scott Sulma, who oversees the wine programs at all three restaurants. “It just works so well with the food. You can even pair the rosé with our 55-day-aged steaks.”

Look out for the Berlucchi Franciacorta sparkling Rosé, made from 100 percent Pinot Noir grapes.