Asti, Syracuse

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Cuisine: Restaurant,Italian Restaurant
Contact: (315) 478-1039
Open Hours: [{"open":"11:00:00","close":"15:00:00","day":"monday"},{"open":"17:00:00","close":"21:00:00","day":"monday"},{"open":"11:00:00","close":"15:00:00","day":"tuesday"},{"open":"17:00:00","close":"21:00:00","day":"tuesday"},{"open":"11:00:00","close":"15:00:00","day":"wednesday"},{"open":"17:00:00","close":"21:00:00","day":"wednesday"},{"open":"11:00:00","close":"15:00:00","day":"thursday"},{"open":"17:00:00","close":"21:00:00","day":"thursday"},{"open":"11:00:00","close":"15:00:00","day":"friday"},{"open":"17:00:00","close":"22:00:00","day":"friday"},{"open":"12:00:00","close":"15:00:00","day":"saturday"},{"open":"17:00:00","close":"22:00:00","day":"saturday"},{"open":"16:00:00","close":"20:00:00","day":"sunday"}]
Asti began as a 30-seat trattoria. Its menu included homemade soups, salads, wraps and sandwiches, pasta varieties and a sizable list of entrees. Chicken or veal specialties, created in the Francese, Parmigiana, Marsala, Marinara or Saltimbocca methods, are all made to order. Sauces -- marinara, traditional and vodka -- are made on the premises using the finest ingredients.