The Venetian Review
The spacious back room of this casual but intimate neighborhood restaurant is actually a sheltered garden that you can enjoy in any weather. The menu leans mostly toward southern Italian cuisine, with house specialties like shrimp puttanesca, and bow-tie pasta tossed with prosciutto, peas, and mushrooms in a rose-tinted cream sauce. The well-priced selection of veal, chicken, and seafood dishes is excellent, but many regulars settle for the lavishly garnished antipasto salad and one of the tender-crusted pizzas.
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