This pizzeria from chef Frank Bonanno features wood fire cooking, skilled cheese mongers, and salumi artisans. Enjoy craft beers and wines on tap in the large dining room or outside on the patio.
Plates including greens, pastas, and pizzas are crafted with international knowledge and local inspiration. Try the sausage and collards pie or the wood-fired ribeye.
This remodeled neighborhood nook—formerly known as Angelo's Pizza—runs the gamut food-wise. Find a serious raw oyster-selection on the menu, along with traditional italian cuisine. Try the mushroom gnocchi salad (the gnocchi is fried).
Share mindful, organic dishes—reminiscent of chef Fabio Flagiello's childhood in Italy—at this no-frills Italian eatery.
The menu boasts Italian classics like salsiccia pizza with house-made fennel sausage, sea scallop risotto, or veal parmigiana.
Offering unparalleld service, Barolo Grill's waitstaff takes an annual trip to Italy to learn about the cuisine. That dedication translates onto the food and wine menus, too. If you're overwhelmed by the extensive wine list, focus on the owner's and sommelier's page of favorites.
Casual Italian dining that offers much more than pizza. The comprehensive menu also features subs, pasta, calzones and salads. House-made breads, sauces, and meatballs are a source of pride for this family-run establishment. TVs and craft brews make the bar game-day friendly.
Simple, organic Italian food in a contemporary atmosphere with extensive gluten-free options. Try the fettuccine with Bolognese meat sauce or the pan-roasted sole with risotto, and a shrimp and lemon-caper wine sauce.
This Italian eatery specializes in fresh, local ingredients and seasonal dishes. Try the meatball sub or the prosciutto vodka sauce.