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Cotogna serves delicious and authentic Italian cuisine including pizzas and pasta. This restaurant's menu changes daily so you're always guaranteed to try a new dish. This intimate restaurant has a rustic atmosphere and friendly service. Cotogna serves fresh ingredients from local sources as well as features organic products so you can rest assured of quality.
Esther's Kitchen is a lovely restaurant for a perfect family meal. Serving home-style Italian cuisine with fresh ingredients sourced from local farmers' markets, this restaurant has a friendly vibe, offering comfortable seating, subtle lights and gorgeous adornments. Guests can relish a fine assortment of salads, kinds of pasta, pizzas, toasts and bread, antipastos and cocktails.
The name Felix means 'happy' or 'lucky' in Latin and is an Italian restaurant by Chef Evan Funke. The eatery features an open kitchen with a wood-fired pizza oven and Tuscan grill. They have a temperature-controlled pasta laboratory where you can watch Funke’s pasta being made. There are about 18 to 20 different kinds of pasta to choose from. During your visit nosh on delights like Calabrese Pizza, Tonnarelli Cacio e Pepe and Pollo al Mattone. The menu offerings are also quite reasonable and do not put much weight on the pocket.
Simple yet satiating is the kind of food that you can expect at this Seattle based eatery. Run by the General Harvest Restaurant group, Haymaker offers Italian- American cuisine that is rich in protein. While there is no wrong choice here, it is a sin to leave this place without trying their signature sushi. Its pasta, fried quail and beef hamburger are also recommended. If you wish to enjoy a simple yet hearty meal, then Haymaker is the place to be.
The L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele was originally founded in Naples back in the year 1870. This pizzeria later opened its doors in the city of Los Angeles in 2019. This cozy eatery is run by Francesco Zimone. Their menu includes authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas. In addition to pizzas, they also serve other traditional eats like kinds of pasta, salads and more. They even offer a selection of wines and beers that complement well with their dishes. The contemporary-style pizzeria features indoor as well as outdoor seating arrangements on its patio.
Standing a little away from Portland's bustling city center, Nostrana serves up honest regional Italian fare in a warm and welcoming setting. The restaurant's outdoor facade is fairly simple. Step in, and you'll be pleasantly surprised at what they've done with the place. Clean lines, lots of woods, ceiling-mounted fans, large decorative plants and some great lighting choices give the place, a very charming feel. Choose from a limited, but well-crafted menu of regional Italian specialties made using the freshest local, seasonal ingredients. Seafood features in pretty much every course, with meat, also getting good representation. Pizzas are extremely popular and offer the most variety on the menu. From options like the classic Margherita to the lesser-known Vongole and Salumi, the selection offered is a good mix. The food has received stellar reviews and it ranks as one of the better Italian restaurants in the city.
The first thing that comes to mind when one mentions Penny Roma is its authentic and freshly cooked pasta. While pasta is the highlight of this restaurant, other authentic Italian delicacies are also available here. These include Seared Trout, Chicken Al Mattone, Carb-y Noodles and much more. Penny Roma also boasts an awe-inspiring dining area that features a high ceiling, hanging skylights, several plant embellishments and wooden accents. A pristine fountain also adorns the entrance which is sure to soothe your eyes. In addition to enjoying a hearty meal, you can also host a party on their premises. Reservations are recommended.
Olivia boasts sumptuous hand-crafted pasta that will only leave you wanting for more. While the restaurant is known for its authentic Italian classics, international cuisine is also occasionally served up here. Home-style cuisine is prepared using locally- sourced ingredients. The signature cocktails and international fine wines are also to look out for. In addition to enjoying a sumptuous meal, you can also host events on their premises. The restaurant features chic and modern interiors including warm wooden accents that radiate a relaxed and comfortable vibe. The staff is hospitable and the service is impeccable which will make you plan a revisit soon enough.
Spuntino is a family-owned Italian restaurant that re-established itself in 2014. The place is known for serving reasonably priced seasonal food, prepared from freshly procured ingredients. They have also started producing their own liqueurs which include Amaro, Limoncello and a few more. The place has a back room which are for private parties and events and has a capacity of 22 people. The dim lighting, wooden and copper accents make this place a great option for a date night.
Situated in Phoenix, Tratto is a haven for Italian cuisine lovers. Helmed by James Beard award-winning Chef Chris Bianco, Tratto combines traditional and contemporary Italian culinary culture. Its whitewashed interiors are a mélange of modern industrial themes with subtle European accents such as an artificial fireplace. The menu serves classic Italian delights with hints of modern influences. Using farm produce from local farmers, the menu comprises delectable pizzas like Farinata and pasta with a range of sauces. Relish the assortment of sweet treats like Creme Custard Pie at the end of your meal. Try from their extensive drinks menu of cocktails, wines, beers and sodas to have a full Italian dining experience.