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posted on October 20, 2017
Passatempo
review by Patrick J. Comiskey

Walla Walla’s Passatempo Taverna revives a Main Street mainstay, the Pastime Café. For three generations the Fazzari family ran a classic Italian eatery here, with a menu of ravioli, spaghetti with meatballs, steaks, plus fried chicken on Sundays. After ...Read the full review

posted on October 13, 2017
Daisies
review by John Lenart

“Imagine if you plucked a chef out of Italy and made him cook usingthe bounty of the US Midwest.” That’s how Joe Frillman, chef-owner of Daisies in Chicago’s Logan Square, describes his menu, focused on tender, house-made pastas ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
SPQR
review by Barbara Haimes

A small, clubby, dark-wood-paneled dining room sets off the brightly lit open kitchen and large wall of wines, making clear that they are the focal points of this Pacific Heights modern Italian restaurant. Chef Matthew Accarrino coaxes the most from his deceptively simple ingredients, creating polished dishes particularly pastas ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
Prima
review by Barbara Haimes

John Rittmaster presides at this Walnut Creek restaurant and wine shop, which boasts one of the Bay Area’s largest and best Italian lists. It’s been the local choice for celebrations since 1974; since Rittmaster took over the wine buying in 1994, has turned it into a destination for wine ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
La Ciccia
review by Daria Frum

Thanks to Massimiliano Conti’s Sardinian food and the hospitality of his wife, Lorella Degan, La Ciccia emanates warmth. Ask for a recommendation rather than trying to navigate the wealth of Sardinian wines yourself—perhaps you’ll end up with a refreshing, ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
Acquerello
review by Daria Frum

Acquerello boasts an epic selection of Barolo and Barbaresco, with the likes of Conterno Monfortino going back to 1945 and Gaja Costa Russi to 1978. Still, don’t overlook Gianpaolo Paterlini’s Champagne list, with wines priced to sell. Chef Suzette Gresham’s elegant, Italian-influenced menu offers plenty of excuses to ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
A16
review by Luke Sykora

Named for the highway that runs from Naples to Bari, A16 is centered around properly blistered Neapolitan-style pizza and Shelley Lindgren’s eye opening list of southern Italian wines, from aglianico and Etna Rosso to biancolella and zibibbo.

posted on September 29, 2017
Cotogna
review by Daria Frum

With its roaring open-fire grill and wood oven, this Italian taverna is more rustic than Quince, its formal sibling next door. The wine list is succinct, all-Italian and all priced below $100, though you can also order from Quince’s 950-bottle cellar. Whatever you do, order some of the toothsome ...Read the full review

posted on May 26, 2017
Foodshed Takeaway
review by Julia Weinberg

For a grab-and-go picnic-in-a-vineyard perfection, stop by the Italian-influenced retail store and take-away shop Foodshed in North Napa. Napa native Giovanni Guerrera opened it in July 2013 after a stint in Italy working for Alice Water’s Rome Sustainable Food Project. ...Read the full review

posted on April 28, 2017
Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen
review by Deanna Gonnella

Built in 1917 as the residence of Theodore N. Vail, AT&T’s first president, the Vail Mansion is now the home of Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen. Chris Cannon, formerly of Alto, Convivio and

posted on April 24, 2017
LaRina
review by Zachary Sussman

The first thing you’ll notice as you enter LaRina Pastificio & Vino is the wall of artisanal vermouth and amaro behind the bar. “Some are so regional I didn’t even know they existed when I was in Italy,” explains Emilia-Romagna native Giulia Pelliccioni, who helms the eclectic, ...Read the full review

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