From Our Editors
Exposed brick alternates with bright yellow walls inside Arianna’s Grill, setting a comfortable, casual scene to enjoy classic Italian dishes. A selection of wine and beer complements chicken or eggplant parmesan, baked cannelloni, and linguine pasta dotted with clams, mussels, and shrimp. Anything goes well with the eatery's fresh-baked specialty pizzas, topped with everything from eggplant and basil to bacon and pineapple. Despite its decadent Italian food, Arianna's earns its name from a lineup of grilled sandwiches, such as chicken cordon blue or caprese subs, and its owner’s diamond-studded mouth guard.