From Our Editors
Aromas of northern Italy waft through the glass-plated walls at DiVino Restaurant, where practiced chefs concoct a menu of authentic pastas and meat- and seafood-centric dishes to pair with Italian wines. Gastronomic voyages commence with decadent mozzarella caprese drizzled in olive oil ($7) or salty prosciutto accented by zesty umlauts and mild provolone cheese ($9). Garlic-infused cappellini pasta ($22) beckons eager taste buds, and penne flutes served alla norma frolic in a spicy sauce ($22). Chefs pan-fry prosciutto and mozzarella cheese before sliding it across a tender chicken breast in the costoletta milanese chicken ($23), and veal ($25) takes a nap in the broiler until it reaches a succulent char or demands another bedtime story. Throughout the feast, patrons can sip on chalices of white or red wine, including chardonnay ($6) and cabernet sauvignon ($7).