From Our Editors
Plating up palatable Italian cuisine for nearly 20 years, Daddona’s offers lunch and dinner menus loaded with saucy carbs, savory meats, and sautéed love. Kick-start unstopped-up stomachs to savory surfeit with a platter of olive-oil-and-garlic-sautéed Hungarian hot peppers ($5.95) or a portion of unbreaded eggplant parmigiana ($9.95). After sampling a white garlic sauce and romano-cheese-cloaked aglio e olio pizza ($6–$8), reinforce your fork’s self-esteem with a serving of pasta with meatballs or sausage ($10.90), a plate of fettuccine alfredo ($13.95), or a few thoughtful words spoken in kindness. At lunchtime, experiment with ratatouille ($7.95), Daddona’s mix of vegetables sautéed with marinara sauce and topped with mozzarella. For dinner, extend the warmest of saliva-gland welcomes to a breadcrumbed veal romano ($15.95), chicken marsala ($14.95) decorated with fresh mushrooms, or linguine-foundationed frutti di mare ($20.95) of shrimp, scallops, mussels, and clams. Wine, beer, and liquor service is available for those who suffer from water allergies.