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This Chicago- based eatery is a great place to satisfy your Italian cravings. Elina's is helmed by owners and chefs Ian Rusnak and Eric Safin. This eatery is named after Chef Eric Safin’s mother who played an important role in her son’s career as a chef. Grab small bites like garlic bread and salami and pair them with hearty mains like chicken parmesan or clams casino. The dining room is small and intimate and features a subtle vintage touch. Reservations are highly recommended.
The family-run Giacomo's is a neighborhood favorite. The delectable preparations of traditional Italian dishes will have you besotted with this legendary eatery at once. The decadent plates of pasta served here come topped with creamy, indulgent sauces, made using generations-old recipes. You can start your meal with a Caprese salad and move on to heartier meals such as Chicken Parmigiana, Shrimp Scampi, grilled tuna or Swordfish Steak. Given its far-reaching fame as a go-to spot for Italian, Giacomo's is brimming with patrons at all times.
Famiglia Giorgio (La) restaurant in the North End draws a huge crowd; it is common to see lines outside on weekends. The décor in this small restaurant is sparse with tables packed together. However, the portions are plentiful, with plates piled high with pasta at inexpensive prices. This restaurant offers the standard Italian fare with pasta, Chicken Parmesan and seafood. Beer, wine and cordials are also available.
You'll be enchanted by the twinkling fairy lights and artistically mismatched crockery at this charming little restaurant. Little Nonna's pays homage to Italian roots while rooting itself perfectly in Philadelphia's restaurant scene. They serve a mouth-watering blend of home-style Italian fare like Spaghetti and Meatballs, Eggplant Parmigiana, Steamed Mussels and their house-special, Sunday Gravy. Their delectable desserts are the perfect finish to a wonderful meal, with a delicious choice of favorites like the classic Tiramisu or Hazelnut Cannolis. The wonderful outdoor garden is perfect for an intimate meal with someone special, so get there early as it's first come first serves and is quite popular.
Monteverde Restaurant & Pastificio is an elegant eatery known for its authentic Italian dishes. Using original balsamic vinegar sourced from Italy, each dish is a delight for the taste buds. The pasta, for which this restaurant is especially well known, is handcrafted in small batches and displayed for diners to see. Along with an impressive wine list, the restaurant is known to serve the variety of zippy crafted cocktails that steals the show. A mix of vintage and modern furniture and a bright and welcoming ambiance makes this restaurant a great place for a celebration with friends.
Offering authentic Sicilian flavors, Piccola Cucina Estiatorio is one of the finest Italian restaurants in the city. Chef Philip Guardione, who credits the culinary creations to his family’s cooking traditions, has carefully curated the Greek-Sicilian menu here. The seafood-leaning menu also includes Italian staples such as spaghetti, ravioli and meatballs, which are prepared in authentic Sicilian style sauces and herbs. Set amidst a minimalist décor, replete with quirky wall art, the restaurant becomes a delightful spot to savor Italian favorites.
Although located in Flatiron, the brick-walled interiors and minimalist décor of Rezdôra may teleport you to the quaint by-lanes of Italy. Home to authentic pasta creations from Emilia-Romagna, Rezdôra is an award-winning eatery. Chef Stefano Secchi presents diners with a carefully-curated menu, replete with Northern Italian classics such as White Truffle Ravioli. Whether you’re here for a date night or bringing in a post-work dinner, the amiable staff promise to make it a memorable evening for you.
A visit to this Wisconsin based restaurant will make you feel as though you have stepped foot in Italy. Situated in the heart of the city this restaurant offers authentic Italian fare that is a true treat to the taste buds. It is a sin to leave this place without trying the hand-crafted pasta which is prepared using North-Italian culinary techniques. Established in 1993, Ristorante Bartolotta features a cozy and intimate vibe making it a great option for a date night. Reservations are recommended.
St. Louis has a reputation for fine Italian restaurants, and Marcella's epitomizes that tradition. Located in the south city neighborhood of "The Hill", this unpretentious trattoria serves wonderful food while maintaining a warm neighborhood atmosphere. Appetizers include a marvelous pizza with truffle oil and a four-cheese pizza. The innovative house salad is a delightful mix of greens topped with tomato, red onion, mozzarella and pine nuts with balsamic tomato vinaigrette. This is a great place to hang out with some friends and is also light on the pocket.
Owner and Executive Chef Marc Vetri is a well-known culinary artist who gives traditional Italian cuisine a contemporary twist at Vetri Cucina. Located in the heart of the city, the restaurant offers an intimate space for dining. Set within a three-story building, the restaurant provides space for cooking classes and events, along with a private dining unit. Patrons are welcomed to rustic Italian interiors featuring elegant handblown Murano glass chandeliers and impressive glassware. Here, the menu is known to offer some of the best flavors in its prix fixe course. Don't forget to take notice of the terrific pasta, for it is the focus of the menu.