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Chicago Restaurants

Trattoria No. 10

Updated 06/11/2013

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It's hard to camouflage a basement location, but Trattoria No. 10 gives it a good go with terra-cotta colors, arched entryways, and quarry-tile floors, all of which evoke Italy. Pre-theater diners crowd in for the house specialties such as ravioli filled with seasonal stuffings like asparagus and provolone, classic antipasti selections like caprese salad with vine-ripened tomatoes and bufala mozzarella, and substantial secondi piatti like grass-fed New York

strip steak with artichoke-gorgonzola risotto. Meanwhile, cheap chowsters elbow into the bar for the $15 nibbles buffet served 5–7:30 pm Tuesday through Friday with a $6 drink minimum.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

10 N. Dearborn St., Chicago, Illinois, 60602, USA

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Phone:

312-984–1718

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Sun. No lunch Sat.

Updated 06/11/2013

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By Dave

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May 25, 2005

U-m-m-m, bene. Molto bene!

Unimposing entrance, but wait 'til you get downstairs. Arched supports and stucco walls washed in a light brown tone gave me a very friendly, warm feeling. That friendly feeling continued with the wait staff, most who have been there for years (we know because my wife and I have been coming here for years). We've tried several dishes, but seem to like the ravioli dishes the best. Our usual favorite is the acorn squash ravioli, but are always hoping

they have the lobster ravioli on that day's menu--but they rarely do (that would be my only complaint--they never have the lobster on the menu when we go). Start the meal with the Arugula salad with pine nuts and apple slices; wonderful taste combination. Good wine selection. All in all, our favorite restaurant in Chicago. Sorry, Miles had such a bad experience, we NEVER have.

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By Miles

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May 22, 2005

Number Zero.

Took six people to a business lunch. Very nice atmosphere. You head downstairs and are pleasantly surprized. Service? Well, what service? Each time we asked for something our server noted what we wanted and walked away from the table only to return 30 minutes later. Food was mediocre at best. I had dried out mahi with tasty asparagus. We ordered five appetizers--it was barely enough. I think most of us left hungry. I will not go back there.

By Rich

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Oct 4, 2002

Best dining experience in Chicago!

The starters sun-dried tomoato stuffed bread, and cracked parmesan cheese were outstanding. All three of us oredered ravoli. Mine was with butternut squash and acorn squash a delightful sweet taste explosion. My wife hhad her's with sundried tomatoes. And Alan had his with Italian sausage and Arribbatta sauce. All three of us tried each other meals; and thought that what each one of us indivdually ordered was the best meal.

By Cynthia

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Jun 28, 2000

Very good pasta

Good food. Great place to go before or after a show in the loop theater district.

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