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The menu at Zeffirino draws from decades of family experience, since the first Zeffirino opened its doors in 1939 in Genova, Italy. Like the other restaurants of the same name throughout the world, this Las Vegas eatery specializes in northern Italian cuisine with an emphasis on seafood. The restaurant inside The Venetian also serves a wide variety of steaks and chicken, though Zeffirino has earned praise worldwide for its pesto: Pope John Paul II once called Gian Paolo Belloni, the son of Zeffirino Belloni, the “Pope’s pesto maker. ” Zeffirino serves a wide array of house made pastas and authentic entrées, with prix fixe menus for both lunch and dinner; the prix fixe lunch menu will cost you $22.95, plus tax and tip, while the prix fixe dinner menu runs $44.95, plus tax and tip.