Recently opened in 2006 by restaurateur Franco Nuschese, Sette Bello, or the “Handsome Seven of Diamonds,” offers patrons authentic Italian cuisine combined with chic décor.
A very pleasant, friendly and amicable environment at Anthony’s Restaurant on West Broad Street in Falls Church makes it a quaint place to have just a nice basic dinner, with a little Italian feeling.
The Italian Café’s interior is reminiscent of an old family bistro in which you gather around a magnificently set table with close relatives and old friends, dining on rich, meaty pasta dishes served with heavy sauces.
Within a whirlwind of contemporary and gourmet flair, one can taste the traditional roots of Café Oggi’s inspiration.
For over 25 years, Pines of Florence has coupled the décor of an authentic Italian villa with its blend of Tuscan and Southern Italian culinary traditions. The fresh ingredients of its exceptional cuisine and service demonstrate this ristorante’s commitment to delicious, affordable fine dining.
Sometimes in business you can be too productive.
Self-described as “a little French, somewhat Italian, sort of American with East Indian Accents,” the experience at Village Bistro is undeniably unique.
If you’re looking for local fine Italian dining without a Metro ride all the way into D.C., then look no further than Villa Mozart.
Those who have had the pleasure of feasting upon a real Italian pizza in Italy know that despite delicious diversions in America, nothing can compare to the true Italian taste.
Festa Vino, a festival with an Italian accent, wine tasting and market, Saturday, Oct. 13, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Reston Town Center.