$20 for $40 Worth of Italian Food
Customers can kick off the meal with a shareable portion of crab-stuffed mushrooms drizzled with a garlic-wine butter sauce ($9.95) before diving into pasta entrees such as the louisiana crawfish tossed with rotini pasta ($15.95) or spicy shrimp with scallops over cavatappi ($16.95).The kitchen also churns out 14 kinds of wood-oven-baked pizzas ($9.95-$13.95) and plenty of hearty specialties, including eggplant parmigiana ($13.95) and slow-roasted rotisserie chicken ($10.95). See the full menu.
Handmade pizzas and calzones complement a lineup of pasta dishes at Trio, where chefs satisfy Italian cravings with a lengthy menu of the region’s most authentic and recognizable dishes. The team kicks off the workday by making housemade sauces for its dozen or so pasta dishes. Chefs make the classics, such as tomato and basil over angel-hair pasta, as well as the more complex recipes, including a seafood trio of shrimp, scallops, and mussels in marinara.
Chefs also craft hand-tossed white or wheat pizza dough and top it with sausage and peperoni for a traditional pizza. They can also smother crusts with sweet-and-spicy molasses barbecue sauce for a signature barbecue pizza before firing it in the wood-burning oven until it reaches a perfect golden brown. Guests can also get pizza-like creations, including pies folded into calzones or heart-shaped Valentine’s Day cards.
Non-pizza entrees include a slow-roasted rotisserie chicken and a menu of gluten-free specialties. Desserts, including crème brule and tiramisu, make a fine finish to any meal—especially one paired with a glass of one the eatery's more than 25 varieties of wine.
What some people are buzzing about:
93% of 621 customers recommend
“We like to sit at the bar and eat dinner. It is much more quiet and cozy.”
“Soup and pizza very good. Service can be thin when busy.”