St. Cecilia's seafood-heavy Italian menu is less than traditional but better-than-average. Unique dishes like Scottish salmon, charred peach, summer onion, sesame, and GA caviar are the norm on the menu, which changes and updates daily.
Widely known for its seafood-centric menu, St. Cecilia has some of the city’s most flavor-rich and fanciful Italian foods. By blending coastal Italian dishes with Southern ingredients, it creates unexpected treats. Start with some Piccolo Piatti—aka, small plates—like the Polpo Carbonizzato with grilled octopus, ‘nduja, and gigante beans or the smoked basil Arancini. Then, move on to the agnolotti with braised beef cheek, fonduta, and bordelaise. There’s also a phenomenal Crostata with apple and zabaglione gelato, but you’ll be so stuffed by then you probably shouldn’t order it. Just kidding. Definitely do it.