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$9 for $20 Worth of Italian Cuisine
The menu of Italian eats, includes a caprese salad with fresh mozzarella and basil ($7.95), salmon picatta with capers and white-wine sauce ($14.95), Pasta Cannataro's with baked chicken, fresh basil, and sun-dried tomato ($11.95), and thin-crust Tuscany pizza with kalamata olives, basil, mushroom, artichoke, and feta ($11.95–$21.95).
Cannataro's Italian Restaurant
Julie Yanni-Cannataro spent much of her childhood working alongside her parents in their Italian restaurant, mastering the recipes from her family's ancestral home of Calabria in Italy. After years of practicing her craft at home, her family pushed her to realize her dream of opening up a restaurant of her very own. At Cannataro's Italian Restaurant, Julie now shares her culinary expertise and beloved home-cooked meals with the general public, dishing out wholesome, hearty feasts of roasted salmon, rib-eye steaks, and tender baked chicken drizzled with creamy lemon and marsala sauces. Her pizza chefs create fresh dough each day, firing pies topped with bacon, chicken, pesto, and fresh tomatoes in a stone deck oven. An accessible progressive wine list arranges wines by taste characteristics rather than vintage or region, letting diners know which full-bodied red would pair well with a spicy pasta, or which dry white would be perfect for blowing bubbles.
A rustic, adobe-colored building with a roof of clay tiles welcomes visitors to the restaurant, whose white garden latticework intertwined with vines and tucked-away alcoves roofed with cozy arches host romantic interludes and boisterous family gatherings alike.
91% of 220 customers recommend
“Staff friendly , food was very good. If I'm in the area I would go back”
“Great Italian food in a unassuming place.”
“not too expensive. ”