Walking past Ristorante Roma, one might summon up faded memories of family-run trattorie on Rome’s back streets, set with starched white tablecloths and sturdy dishes, decorated with photographs of local monuments, where in the corner sits a swarthy man shoving spaghetti into his mouth with insouciant abandon and everything is immersed in the intoxicating aroma of tomato and garlic, grilled vegetables in olive oil and roasted herbed meats.… Read the rest
Habibi Until fairly recently, the Long Island Pizzaria (sic) on SW Morrison was a popular if dingy dive for young or otherwise thrifty people hungry for New York style pie heavy on the tomato, cheese and oil.… Read the rest
(updated 6/17. If you are looking for Ken’s Artisan Bakery, you will find it here.)
Seems like not too long ago, it was said you could not get a bad meal in Italy.… Read the rest
Note: 12/2010 – This restaurant has now closed.
I know the Food Dude rightly requires a few visits to each restaurant we critique, but in this case I thought it was fair to waive this requirement.… Read the rest