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Whether you come to Bianca's on a date, with friends, with family, or alone, the friendly Italian eatery's menu will have you composing off-the-cuff odes to a good life, mouthwatering food, and adorable baby chicks. Known for simple food done right, Bianca's stockpile of traditional favorites includes tender veal marsala ($18), large shrimp scampi with freshly chopped garlic ($18), chicken parmigiana ($15), veggie lasagna ($14), and homemade manicotti ($14). The restaurant's kitchen magicians also stray from the most beaten, breaded, and baked classics, serving up house-spun specialties such as scallops choron with a tarragon cream sauce ($18) and braciole, which consists of slices of beef rolled with zucchini, ground sirloin, and mozzarella cheese and warmed in a bubbling jacuzzi of fresh tomato sauce ($16). To ensure that no one leaves with persisting hunger pangs or superfluous belt notches, all entrees are served with the daily appetizer special, a house salad, garlic bread, and dessert. House specialties and classic entrees come with a side of pasta and sauce of the day.