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Fulio's uses the freshest ingredients to create unique and wonderful Italian cuisine. Peruse our menu, then make your Reservations to join us for the best meal in Astoria!

House Ciabatta Bread
With extra virgin olive oil and 6-year old balsamic vinegar.
Served with all meals

  • Additional Servings: $2.00

    Antipasto di Carne
    Plate of assorted Italian meats, pepperocini, onions and olives.
  • $9.50

    Antipasto di Forno
    Choice of assorted cheeses: Taleggio, Fontina, Asiaggio, Cashel Bleau.
  • 2 cheeses: $5.00
  • 3 cheeses: $7.50
  • 4 cheeses: $10.00
  • Add Marcona Almonds: $1.50

    Antipasto di Mare
    Smoked salmon, Dungeness crab and shrimp with field greens.
  • $13.00

    Piatti di Oliva
    Plate of assorted imported olives
  • $6.00

    Melanzana di Pisa
    A "tower" of preserved eggplant, roasted tomato, portabello mushrooms and goat cheese with olive tapanade.
  • $8.00

    Baked skewers of fresh mozzarella and bread with sauteed garlic, capers and tomatoes.
  • $8.50

    Griglia Verdura
    Assorted grilled vegetables with eggplant tarenade and crostini.
  • $9.00

    House made fresh mozzarella with tomatoes and basil in balsamic vinaigrette.
  • $8.00

    House salad with gorgonzola, tomato and chopped mortadella
  • $6.00

    Insalata di Spinaci
    Spinach salad with ward balsamic/mustard/mushroom and pancetta vinaigrette, with goat cheese, tomato and hard boiled egg.
  • $8.50

    Insalata di Cesare
    Chopped Romaine lettuce with Cesare dressing.
  • Full $6.00 ... Half $3.50
  • with Chicken $9.00 ... Half $4.00

    Seared Insalata di Cesare
    A House Favorite!

    Split head of Romaine marinated and grilled with Cesare dressing.
  • Full $7.00 ... Half $3.00
  • with Chicken $10.00 ... Half $7.00

  • Cup $3.00
  • Bowl $5.00

    Fettucini Alfredo
    Classic ribbon pasta with bechamel sauce.
  • $9.50
  • with Mushrooms $11.00
  • with Chicken $12.00
  • with Rock Shrimp $13.00
  • with Smoked Salmon $14.00

    Penne Arrabiata
    Tube pasta with spicy marinara.
  • $9.50
  • with Chicken $11.50
  • with Rock Shrimp $13.00

    Penne Putanesca
    A late-night Roman favorite!

    Tube pasta with capers, anchovy and olives.
  • $10.00
  • with Chicken $12.00
  • with Rock Shrimp $13.00

    Spagetti a' "Piccolo Mondo"
    String noodles with pine nuts, pancetta, pesto and crab.
  • $16.00

    Rigatoni Salsa Rosa
    Yellow squash and zucchini in a rosy cream sause with large tube pasta.
  • $11.00

    Rigatoni Mustarde Salsiccia
    A spicy mustard and sausage cream sause with large tube pasta.
  • $11.00

    Spagetti Marinara
    String noodles with house red sauce.
  • $8.50

    Spagetti Ragu
    String noodles with house meat sauce.
  • $11.00

    Spagetti con Polpette
    String noodles with house meatball and red sauce.
  • $11.00

    Spagetti con Salsiccia
    String noodles with spicy sausages and red sauce.
  • $11.00

    Spagetti con Funghi
    String noodles with mushrooms in white sauce.
  • $9.50
  • with Chicken $11.50
  • with Rock Shrimp $12.50

    Ravioli di Zucca
    Butternut squash and gorgonzola cheese ravioli in a curried cream sauce.
  • $16.00

    Eggplant Parmigiano
    Served with house salad.
  • $14.00

    Meat Lasagna
    Served with house salad.
  • $14.00

    Pasta with Butter and Cheese
  • $3.00

    Pasta with Marinara
  • $4.00

    Pasta with Marinara and 1 Meatball
  • $6.00

    NOTE: Split Orders add $1.50
    All To-Go Orders add $1.00 paper cost

    Some scholars are of the opinion that Chiana cattle (from the Chiana Valley) are descended from bos primgenius, the cattle that can be seen in prehistoric cave paintings. These cattle were held in high esteem by Etrscans and Romans, not only because of their meat, but also on account of their porcelain-colored white hide and consequently these beautiful animals were often shown in carnival processions and then sacrificed to the gods.

    The word bistecca comes from the English beefsteak. Legend has it that in 1565, during a feast in the Piazza San Lorenzo in Florence, spit-roasted beef was served to the populace. The guests included some Englishmen, who when they caught sight of the juicy meat, began chanting "Beefsteak, beefsteak" to emphasize their desire for a piece of meat. The Florentines immediately translated the cry into "bistecca". Before this feast, steaks had been called carbonite, literally carbon steaks, since they were broiled on charcoal, but the new name soon replaced this. This method of preparation was known even in ancient times: the Etruscans were already cooking T-bone steaks.

    from "Culinaria Italy" by Claudia Piras and Eugenio Medagliani

    Accompanied with your choice of garlic mashed potatoes or side of pasta.

    10 oz. Filetto

  • Fillet $26.00

    12 oz. Bistecca di Abruzzo
  • Rib Eye $21.00

    12 oz. New York
  • $21.00

    16 oz. T-Bone
  • $24.00

    10 oz. Sirloin
  • $16.00

    Lamp Chops
  • $24.00

    Rack of Lamb
  • $30.00

    Veal Chop
  • $30.00

    Veal Marsala
  • $20.00

    Veal Parmesean
  • $20.00

    Veal Piccata
  • $20.00

    • BLACK & BLUE charred outside, raw center
    • RARE very red, cool center
    • MEDIUM RARE red, warm center
    • MEDIUM warm pink center
    • MEDIUM WELL slightly pink
    • WELL DONE cooked through

    Served with choice of garlic mashed or roasted potatoes or side of pasta.

    Pollo Rosemarino
    of a free-range chicken, marinated in lemon, rosemary and garlic, grilled and baked to order.

  • $18.00

    Pollo Picatta
    Chicken breast with lemon caper butter sauce.
  • $16.00

    Pollo Marsala
    Chicken breast with mushroom marsala reduction.
  • $16.00

    Pollo Parmesean
    Chicken breast coated with bread crumbs and parmesean cheese.
  • $16.00

    "Fish of the Day"
    ... sometimes two!

    Served with side starch and veggie.
  • Market Price

    Seafood specials change frequently enabling us to serve the tastiest catch available. As often as seasons allow, the fish will be fresh from Northwest waters.

    Scampi a 'diavolle'
    Giant prawns sauteed with butter, garlic, chili flakes and wine.
  • $19.00

    All-You-Can-Eat Steamer Clams
    Thursday Nights.
  • $18.00

    Featuring Carnegie Deli Products from New York.

    History of a Deli

    Until the late 19th century, delicatessens were primarily run Germans and Alsatians in this country. The word itself derives from German and means delicacies, but is not only used to descibe a shop, but also is the word for the products sold in a shop. Eventually Jews, too, went into the business. Delis were especially attractive for the observant as the stores were open on Sundays, selling canned and packaged goods, often duplicating the services of grocery stores. More than anything else the delicatessen became the "Jewish eating experience" in this country. The quintessential Jewish "kosher-style" delicatessen today is the Carnegie on Fifty-fifth and Seventh Avenue in New York. It was at the Carnegie Delicatessen that the 'deli' became known nationwide when New York Magazine rated its pastrami number one in New York in 1975.

    La Casa del Formaggio - Lombardy Carnegie Delicatessen - New York Fulio's Italian Delicatessen - Astoria

    Fulio's offers a full service cocktail bar, a complete list of Italian wines as well as retail sales of wines, imported extra virgin olive oils, balsalmic vinegars and European pottery. We can cater for parties up to 60 people. Recent clients include The Oregon Lodging Association, Cycle Oregon, the Yale class of 1965 Mini-reunion, and numerous private parties. We specialize in groups of 12 to 30, offering multi-course family style meals. Prices start at $20 per person and range upward depending on the group's selection of food and drink.


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  • sm. $2.50
  • lg. $2.50

  • $2.00

    Coffee / Tea
  • $2.00

  • $2.50

  • $3.75

  • $3.75

  • $4.00


    Mixed Drinks

  • $5.00

  • $6.00

    Specialty Drinks
  • $7.00


    Bud and Bud Light
  • $2.50

    Drop Top
  • $3.00

  • $3.00

  • Tiramisu
    Lady Fingers drenched in espresso and layered with brandied chocolate and mascarpone cheese.

  • $7.00

    Torta di Chiocolatte
    Flourless chocolate cake with whipped cream.
  • $6.00

    Crostata di Limone
    Crustless lemon cheesecake with sundried cherries.
  • $6.00

    Classic Italian ice cream.
  • Half $3.00
  • Whole $6.00

    Fulio's Pastaria, Tuscan Steak House and Delicatessen
    1149 Commercial Street
    Astoria, Oregon

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