Filed under: Food Made by Others | Tags: Dyersburg, food, food blog, Lupo's Dyersburg Tennessee, places to eat in Dyersburg, restaurant review, Tennessee, West Tennessee Food
When you travel to a small town like Dyersburg, Tennessee, you don’t expect much in the way of fine dining. There is a McDonalds, Subway, Taco Bell, etc. It doesn’t look like there is much to chose from.
Recently, the fam and I ate at Lupo’s. Delish.
Lupo’s is a relatively new restaurant a little out of the way. It is a large, well-decorated place with a pizza bar and a nice, open kitchen. If you squint your eyes, you could easily think that you were in a big city instead of a smaller town. When we were there, the dining room was mostly full of happy people.
And rightfully so.
I had the wild mushroom ravioli. It was pretty good. Ravioli all tastes the same to me be it fresh or from a can, but this ravioli was pretty good. The sauce was thick, and the spinach was fine. My husband had a steak that was very tastey. The kiddos had pizzas that they liked. Score one for Lupo’s.
The only problem we had with our experience there was that it was sooo hot-not the food; the actual restaurant. There were fans running all over the place. However, I would be glad to try it again on a cooler day.
Good job, Lupo’s.
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