About the Stoppe Famiglia

The Meatball Stoppe is really only about two things.

Plate of food
Making incredible Italian food at a reasonable price
A family holding hands
Reinforcing famiglia traditions every step of the way

We do this by inviting all guests, from any background, to come and enjoy a meal with us. We want to share with you our philosophy of life and our heritage of Italian cooking. Every single dish is based on a recipe from our own famiglia. Whether it is our Nonna’s own traditional meatball---every dish is a story. Ask us!

Located in East Orlando, just 10 minutes from Downtown Orlando or the Central Florida Research Park via the 408. Exit the 408 at 551/S. Goldenrod Road and we’re right here. Call us if you get lost! : GOOGLE MAPS LINK

We’re open Mon-Sat (11am-9pm), and closed on Sundays.

Private dining room available for rent for meetings, parties or engagements. Wi-Fi and HDMI TV. Call Isabella at 407-267-6033 for details.
“It’s all about bringing your famiglia back to the table. That’s where meaningful moments happen.”
-Chef Isabella
About Isabella

Isabella is a co-owner of The Meatball Stoppe. She is a first generation American born of Italian decent in Brooklyn, New York. Isabella moved to Orlando in 1970, where she was raised in her family’s restaurant businesses. Isabella’s love of cooking came from her namesake, her grandmother, who lived in the family home and had a huge influence on Isabella’s passion for Italian traditions and food.

About Jeff

Jeff Morgia is CEO and co-Owner of The Meatball Stoppe. Jeff has been in the food industry 45+ years. He spent 12 years with the Sheraton Corporation and later joined Burger King corporation. Jeff retired after 27 years to join Isabella full time in the family catering company, eventually founding and opening The Meatball Stoppe.

Giving back

Isabella Morgia di Vicari and Jeff Morgia, co-owners of the Meatball Stoppe, developed the Community International Culinary Program for youth. Their mission is to feed families physically, emotionally, and spiritually---with a focus on healthy families as well as healthy bodies. With busy schedules and the daily pressures of life, meal time is more important than ever. It’s about giving kids hope, inspiration, and getting them back to the table.