Details & Description

Cuisine type

  • Italian,


  • Pasta,
  • Pizza,


  • Restaurant With Terrace,
  • Extensive Wine List,


  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Italian,
  • Restaurant,
  • Pizza,
  • Pasta,
  • Entrees,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
10016 103 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 0G7
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $11 To $25,

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Meet the owner

At times when the economy is more uncertain than ever, one of the craziest things a person can do is open a restaurant. However, the notion's more like an afterthought to James Burns, who came up with Pazzo Pazzo – which is Italian for "Crazy Crazy" – simply because he thought it was a memorable moniker for his restaurant back in 2004. “I think one night we went out, had a few drinks, and I came up with Pazzo Pazzo,” says James. “It's simple and catchy.”

Fortunately, James knew enough about the hospitality industry, especially cooking Italian cuisine, which qualified him to open up his own eatery. When he was 14, he started learning the culinary trade from his stepfather, who used to own the venerable High Street restaurant Il Pasticcio. Ten years later, when his father sold the restaurant, James felt he garnered enough experience to open Pazzo Pazzo.

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    tim P

    Worst customer service ever experienced. The OWNER stated to us if we dont like it to just leave.

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    Their name means “crazy crazy” and that’s no surprise – the food will make you go twice as crazy as any other pasta place in their vicinity. If you can handle some heat, go for the salsiccia arrabiatta, a fiery penne with little balls of Italian sausage in a spicy tomato base. The restaurant offers gluten-free pasta, but not gluten free bread. The baskets of sourdough bread are warm, soft and tempting.

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