Marsala’s Italian Restaurant brings authentic cuisine to Fort Myers


EN Photo / Deanna Simmons

EN Photo / Deanna Simmons
EN Photo / Deanna Simmons

When you think of Italian food, you think garlic rolls, pasta and all sorts of pizza.

Marsala’s Italian Restaurant is a small Italian restaurant on Corkscrew Road and Ben Hill Griffin Parkway whose values can be summarized in one statement: “When you come to Marsala Restaurant and Pizzeria, you’re not just a customer, but family!”

Settled between Publix and GNC, Marsala Pizza of Estero has a spot where they are not only seen by grocery shoppers, but also by college students and the general public involved in health and business.

Described as “classic eats in a non-fussy setting,” Marsala’s is a family-owned and operated restaurant, created by Charlie Marsala, who was born in Sicily.

Walking in, you are greeted with warmth and the smell of fresh-made food.

“The best thing about the restaurant is the family atmosphere and good service,” said general manager Steve Marsala. “Our secret is good food.”

From many different types of pastas, sandwiches, and deserts, such as the Spumoni Bamba, Marsala’s creates not only great cuisine, but also a great family or date atmosphere.

For any occasion, the staff is always there to greet you with a smile and an authentic meal.