With its warm and inviting atmosphere and affordable,
high-quality fare, Pasquini's Lone Tree location is a great place
to enjoy a good meal while raising money for your favorite cause.
Every Monday, the restaurant hosts fundraisers for a variety of
organizations, donating 20 percent of the day's sales (including
take-out and delivery purchases) to non-profits in need. In October
alone, the restaurant has hosted fundraisers for Mountain Vista
High School's Field Hockey team, Copper Mesa Elementary and the
Arapahoe High School Marching Band.
Chris Coburn, whose daughter plays on the Mountain Vista High
School field hockey team, said Pasquini's personnel were easy to
work with and provided a cash donation as well as gift cards the
team could sell to help raise additional funds.
"They were phenomenal," said Coburn, who noted that fundraising
helps pay for much needed equipment for the team. "We would
definitely do it again."
In addition to hosting fundraisers, Pasquini's Lone Tree is also
expanding its community involvement by displaying pumpkin paintings
crafted by second-graders at Eagle Ridge Elementary School. The
restaurant is also serving as a drop-off site for Coats for
Colorado, which distributes new and gently used coats to
individuals and families in need. From Nov. 7 through Nov. 13,
customers who bring in a new or gently used coat will receive a
"For us, it's not just about profits," said Tony Pasquini, owner of
Pasquini's in Lone Tree. "It is about creating a place that is
vibrant and welcoming with good food at a great value. Our
fundraiser nights are part of the equation in creating a restaurant
that is an integral part of the community."
Tony Pasquini, who founded the Pasquini's chain of pizzerias 25
years ago, recently purchased the two-year-old Lone Tree location.
He is committed to providing the best customer experience possible
and has added a slew of specials to reward patrons for their
loyalty. The restaurant, for example, offers free kids meals on
Tuesdays, all you can eat pasta for $6.99 on Wednesdays and a
Broncos Game Special, which includes six free meatball sliders with
a purchase of an extra-large pizza. During the month of November,
the restaurant will be giving away free lattes daily from 2 p.m. to
Tony Pasquini also continues to strengthen the Lone Tree location's
reputation for offering fresh food made with local ingredients. The
restaurant's Focaccia bread and ravioli are made fresh using
organic flour. The restaurant also uses organic produce whenever
possible and local products, such as Haystack Mountain Goat Cheese.
In addition, Pasquini's at Lone Tree has several gluten-free and
vegan offerings to accommodate a variety of dietary restrictions
To offer more convenience for customers, Pasquini's at Lone Tree
recently added a curbside take-out. Simply call 303-662-8888 to
place an order.
Located at 7431 Park Meadows Drive, Pasquini's of Lone Tree is open
from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 11
p.m. Friday and Saturday. For more information visit