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.
“It brings everyone together. That’s what Italian food is all about,” Symon said.