This hidden gem is owned by the family behind Landini’s, even located in the same building on the second floor. The quaint, homey ambiance makes you feel like you’re an exchange student living with an Italian family—one that just happens to be remarkably skilled at cooking. The kitchen whips up a parade of standout pastas, like the Ravioli all’ Aragosta (lobster- and crab-stuffed parcels doused in creamy vodka sauce) and Risotto alla Pescatora (starring a mix of clams, mussels, shrimp, and garlic), but the noodles aren’t the only hit. This Tuscan mom-and-pop trattoria crafts classic secondi—like Pollo al Limone (chicken prepared with a light lemon and caper sauce) and Saltimbocca alla Romana (veal medallions with prosciutto and sage)—that will satisfy your appetite for home-cooked Italian food, all perfectly complemented by an extensive selection of Italian wines and craft brews.
How to book: Make reservations online or order for pickup or delivery via Uber Eats.