The menu is old-school Italian
Symon told us his mom also played a big part in influencing specific dishes on the menu. “Always on Sundays we had a big Sunday sauce dinner, and my mom always made lasagna for parties,” Symon explains. “So the food I ate growing up was Italian food and 80% of it was made by my mother.”
Angeline offers a full Sunday Supper you can get any night of the week. For $49, you’ll start with prosciutto, fresh ricotta and peppers to nibble on. Then, you'll move on to a classic caesar salad, served with some garlic bread. Cavatelli serves as the pasta course, with sausage & peppers and his mom's meatballs as the main. (Plus a side of rapini, because you can't forget veggies.) Because no Sicilian would serve you a full Sunday Supper without dessert, the meal finishes with a Cleveland-style Cassata Cake -- a sponge cake base with strawberries, custard, and almonds.
While the Sunday Supper offering is the dish that’s most personal to him, mom’s lasagna is the chef’s favorite: a classic striation of ribbony noodles with meat sauce, ricotta, and mozzarella. Both Mom’s Lasagne and the Sunday Supper are listed as “Angel’s Favorites” on the new menu.