This tiny restaurant only has 21 seats inside and about five tables outside, and will not accept reservations. However, they serve some of the most authentic Italian food in the city. Start with the antipasto platter with salami, gossamer speck, frittata and pate. All of the entrees are delicious, whether you're having handmade tortellini or carbonara with parmesan and pancetta. The stuffed pastas, like tortelli stuffed with prosciutto, is dreamy. You will savor every morsel.
With Bella Italia, owner Carlo Croci adds on to his success of the original Bella Italia in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Unusual game fare is served here, including gourmet entrees made with buffalo, elk, ostrich, emu, quail, venison, Texas antelope and caribou. Traditional Italian recipes are served as well. House specialties include savory elk with porcini mushroom sauce, delicious salmon in Pernod sauce, delicate orange roughy with olive oil and herbs, and luscious linguine with grilled chicken. Reservations are not taken, so come early and enjoy a drink with friends while you wait at the bar.
This pizza and pasta joint brings some of the finest Italian flavors from across the pond and into Fort Worth. Staples of Italian food dominate the menu, from pizza and pasta to hot subs and stromboli. Prima's is the perfect casual restaurant for a solo meal or one with friends or family — the only important thing is that you come hungry and ready to eat.