Combining Northern Italian cuisine with Southern Sicilian touches, this spot was one of Frank Sinatra's favorites. Gentle lighting, comfortable booths ... More
Combining Northern Italian cuisine with Southern Sicilian touches, this spot was one of Frank Sinatra's favorites. Gentle lighting, comfortable booths and spacious tables prepare guests for an evening of outstanding food and drink. Everything from the fragrant bread to the sausages is made on the premises, under the watchful eye of the Riccios and Executive Chef Mario Marfia. The Riccio Cioppino is particularly prized, and the rich, mouthwatering Tiramisu for dessert is terrific. There is an extensive wine list of predominately Italian vintages.
The food is amazing. My favorite is the seafood with pasta and the Cowboy steak. But its all good. My wife's favorite is the wild salmon on a bed of salad. Ask the chef for
something not on the menu, like an Oso Bucco and he will do his best to oblige.
Food is fantastic. Unfortunately, atmosphere is very casual and waiters inexperienced and slightly surly. Expect to drop a minimum of $70 for dinner for 2, but not a special occasion type restaurant, so you'd have to be prepared to spend a lot of money for an excellent dinner in a very casual and dull atmosphere.