About this Business
From Our Editors
In 1956, the Farotto family opened their first eponymous eatery, a pizzeria with limited seating and carhop service. Over the years, they expanded and improved their humble establishment until, in 2004, the family decided to embrace a new tradition. They opened Villa Farotto, a Tuscan-style Italian restaurant that eschews simple pizzeria fare for the upscale risottos and delicate meats that helped put the country’s most famous culinary region on the map. Scents from the old world drift through the restaurant’s multiple seating areas, which help diners share meals in a setting that maches the occasion. Grab small bites in the casual cafe, pass leisurely dinners in the fine dining room, warm up next to the outdoor patio’s fire-pit, or escape to a wine bar with high-top tables, couches, and live music four nights a week.