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Italian

When Coco Pazzo opened in 1992, it was one of the first Tuscan-inspired restaurants in Chicago. Since, it has consistently churned out a solid mix of classic and contemporary food every bit as delicious as it is simple. Expect stick-to-your-ribs gnocchi tossed with tomato sauce and buffalo ricotta; four-cheese ravioli with marsala glaze; and chicken Milanese. Be sure to start with a few bruschetta appetizers -- the menu includes varieties that run from the classic tomato and basil to the more acquired-tasting gorgonzola and caramelized onion -- and cap off your meal with house-made gelato or sorbet.

Chicago

Coco Pazzo

Coco Pazzo

When Coco Pazzo opened in 1992, it was one of the first Tuscan-inspired restaurants in Chicago. Since, it has consistently churned out a solid mix of classic and contemporary food every bit as delicious as it is simple. Expect stick-to-your-ribs gnocchi tossed with tomato sauce and buffalo ricotta; four-cheese ravioli with marsala glaze; and chicken Milanese. Be sure to start with a few bruschetta appetizers -- the menu includes varieties that run from the classic tomato and basil to the more acquired-tasting gorgonzola and caramelized onion -- and cap off your meal with house-made gelato or sorbet.