While Little Italy neighborhoods have declined in cities across the nation over the past several years, San Diego’s Little Italy thrives. Credit its longevity to the Italian families who stood strong through almost a century of development, even during such trying events as the construction of the Interstate-5 freeway through the neighborhood. San Diego's native Italian presence is most apparent in the city's restaurants. Case-in-point: BiCE, The Godfather Restaurant, and Enoteca Adriano all boast chefs born in Italy, many of whom rely on family recipes.Read More
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The Lasagna was huge and wonderful. Neither soup or salad comes with the meal, but they do bring bread. They take reservations.
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