Dining in the desert can be tricky as the majority of it’s residents are seniors. Acqua Pazza delivers delicious food in a beautiful atmosphere at decent prices. The main menu consists of upwards of 50 California fusion dishes. Focusing on Italian meets west the food is served in generous portions with entrees ranging from $14-$29.99 each. The best deal is the 3 course prix fixe served everyday for $19.99 after 6pm and $15.99 from 3-5pm.
The restaurant takes reservations and I highly encourage you to make one. There are inside and outside tables
High chairs are offered, but they are NOT the kind that can be flipped upside down for an infant seat to be placed on top.
Their booths however are big enough for a car seat to be placed in. Just ask for one in the back of the restaurant.
The noise level in this restaurant is loud! Which is great if you are weary of your baby or child screaming during dinner. No one will notice since it’s already noisy here.
We didn’t eat outside, but al fresco dining is offered along the “river.”
The restaurant is packed so it is NOT stroller friendly.
The booths are large so breastfeeding is a breeze.
There is a changing table in the restroom.
About the authorXza
Xza Louise Higgins is the founder of MommyCon, creator of The Mommy Dialogues, and punk rock mom to two year old Atticus in the great city of Chicago, IL. She is incredibly passionate about birth options, human rights, and promoting gentle parenting practices.