La Parma

One of the best

La Parma is an Italian restaurant serving super-sized family portions for dinner, and more personal-sized portions for lunch. Practically every dish is loaded copious amounts of roasted garlic. Be sure to try the bruschetta and shrimp La Parma.

What to Eat
La Parma, Shrimp La Parma
Shrimp La Parma
Shrimp La Parma is the undisputed winner at the restaurant. Generous sized shrimp float alongside whole cloves of roasted garlic in a pool of thin tomato sauce.
La Parma, Bruschetta al Pomodoro
Bruschetta al Pomodoro
Insiders Tip - Bruschetta is not on the menu, but you can still ask for it! Be sure you do, the blend of tomatoes, garlic, onions, and basil on garlic toasted bread is a great starter to a belly-busting meal.
La Parma, Stuffed Artichoke
Stuffed Artichoke
The seasonal stuffed artichoke is loaded with bread crumbs, garlic and swimming in a lemon broth.
La Parma, Spaghetti
Spaghetti is cooked limp with basic sauce and decent cheese on top.
La Parma, Broccoli
Steamed broccoli with chunks of roasted garlic on the side.
Directions and Hours
closed now
Sunday1pm - 9pm
Tuesday12pm - 10pm
Wednesday12pm - 10pm
Thursday12pm - 10pm
Friday12pm - 11pm
Saturday12pm - 11pm
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Lunch, Dinner
Credit Cards Accepted
Alcohol Served
Outdoor Seating

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