Italian Bistro's menu is chock-full of Italian favorites. For a decadent midday bite, try the Tuscan white bean soup ($6.50), insalata cesarina (hearts of romaine tossed with homemade Caesar dressing and croutons; $9.50), or grilled salmon sandwich (herb-encrusted grilled salmon with avocado, roma tomato, cucumber, applewood smoked bacon, and lemon aioli on grilled rustic bread; $12.50). For dinner, start off with sinful mushrooms campagna (baked cremini mushrooms stuffed with sweet and spicy sausage, cheese, and spinach, topped with bechamel sauce; $10.50) before coating your stomach in a blanket of old-world flavor with ravioli di mamma (topped with choice of tomato-basil sauce, butter-sage and parmigiano reggianato, or Tuscan meat sauce; $17.50). Treat someone you want to impress, like Santa or Harrison Ford, to the savory lobster ravioli (stuffed with Maine lobster, tomato and ricotta, in lobster cognac cream sauce with baby shrimp and asparagus; $22.50) and one of Italian Bistro's wines ($19+ a bottle). The prompt and friendly servers are happy to suggest a wine to perfectly pair with your meal or living room color scheme.