The fun crew at Reino's Pizza & Pasta is waiting to serve you.
Reino’s is a local Italian restaurant with close ties to Heidelberg. They offer a family atmosphere and affordable, hot meals. Reino’s builds a homey feeling through their waitstaff, and is closely tied with Tiffin’s community and Heidelberg. Frank Reino, the founder of Reino’s, was an honorary Excelsior Men’s Society alumnus, whose dedication to the school and the society has helped Reino’s stay closely tied to its history. They have a secondary location for folks hosting parties or events – which frequently includes Heidelberg alumni events during special weekends. At the end of the day, Reino’s doesn’t hesitate to promote downtown Tiffin, whether it's through catering for other businesses or participating in downtown events.
Whenever my family comes up to watch my friends perform in shows at Gundlach Theater, if we’re eating downtown, we’re eating at Reino’s. When my aunts and grandfolks who haven’t been to Tiffin recently visit, as soon as they say “you pick,” we’re going to Reino’s. The family atmosphere in Reino’s is something really special. The waitstaff works hard to make you feel at home. “We want people to be able to get a hot meal and take some time to escape from the rest of the world while they’re here,” Johnny, one of the workers at Reino’s, told me. They build on that home feeling by being involved in the community.
Reino’s is a 12-minute walk away from the center of Heidelberg’s campus, located at 73 E. Market St. They’re open every day from 11 AM to 10 PM. For more information and to look at their menu, visit their website.« Back to Blog