At Vetro 1925, we serve classic Italian flavors with a touch of sophistication.
What’s in a name?
Vetro is Italian for “glass.” Our historic Cravens Building – was built in 1925.
Our renovation won the 2012 Adaptive Use Award from the Fayetteville Chamber.
And our food? Well, it’s divine.
Everyone thinks Italian food is pasta, but it’s so much more than that.
Vetro 1925 treats Fayetteville to the rich flavors of authentic Italian food.
Chef Alan Dierks specializes in seafood and fine cuts of meat.
He and his staff strive to preserve simple, clean flavors, using the freshest ingredients.
We import our aged prosciutto, cheeses, and Sicilian olives from Italy.
We also feature ingredients from local farms when available.
Depending on the season, you may see a few surprises on the menu in addition to your old favorites.
Executive Chef Alan Dierks
The simplicity and freshness of Italian ingredients lured Alan to study how Italian culture has been flourishing with the same recipes for centuries.
Chef Alan and Salerno-native Angelo Amabile invite you to experience Italian flavors from Piedmont to Sicily, made with the freshest ingredients available.
Vetro 1925 in the News
Celebrate Arkansas : Bringing Authentic Italian Cuisine to Arkansas
2012 Adaptive Use Award from the Fayetteville Chamber
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