Andi Amo Restaurant
Andiamo's culinary masterminds quiet grumbling tummies with a menu of traditional Italian dishes prepared with an American twist. Decadently fried mozzarella wedges ($8) rest beside a vat of marinara sauce, and crispy tomato bruschetta with pesto and mozzarella ($8) stokes stomach fires like old-timey hard candies made of flint stone. Customizable bowls of pasta drenched in an array of 12 sauces, including pesto cream and roasted garlic ($12), entangle chicken, sausage, or meatballs in plumes of angel hair, penne, linguine, or bowtie noodles, and a mound of lobster ravioli ($14) nuzzles against diced tomatoes and pink vodka sauce. Chefs masterfully concoct nine chicken ($13) or veal ($14) dishes, including the eatery's signature Andiamo preparation, which blends Frangelico cream sauce, diced tomatoes, and portabella mushrooms. In addition to the savory spread, feasters can rinse uvulas with a glass of wine ($4–$5) or flaunt amateur archaeology skills by digging through sweet strata of tiramisu ($5).