Siena Tavern is one of River North’s newest hot spots. The space is beautiful and large with big windows, yet feels comfortable and laid back. Friendly service and a VERY large menu – from home made pastas to Neapolitan pizzas baked in a Woodstone oven. A must try the next time you are in Chicago.
If you ask the chef-owner, Riccardo Michi, to name his favorite dishes at Riccardo Trattoria he answers without hesitation , “The fish stew viareggina, from my mothers’s recipe”. At an early age Riccardo started his career in Milan’s family owned “Girarrosto”. In 1982 he moved to the United States and opened several successful and famous restaurants He decided to continue his artistry and creativity in a restaurant named after himself, Riccardo Trattoria, with his wife Veronica (and… [Read More]
Piccolo Sogno opened its doors to Chicago in July 2008. Named “little dream,” as it translates in Italian, it is the famed chef Tony Priolo and Italian wine expert Ciro Longobardo’s dream Italian restaurant, also their first. Piccolo Sogno features a menu of fresh, seasonal rustic Italian cuisine with an impressive all-Italian wine program.
Good pizza in Wicker Park. Same owners as Follia.
On Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, Tony Montuano’s restaurant’s dedication to tradition and elegance of presentation creates the best in fine Italian dining.