Second-generation chef curates a menu of Italian classics as well as a seafood-pasta specialty of his father’s own invention
About This Deal
- Type of cuisine: Italian
- Valid for the dinner menu (excluding Open Table) on any day the establishment is open, except federal holiday and select blackout dates
- View the dinner menu and prices
- Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages
About Agostino's Italian Restaurant
When Agostino Gabriele was the executive chef at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel in 1965, inventing a dish called mare monte, he probably didn't expect that one day his son would be preparing the same dish in a restaurant bearing his name. But that's just the case—today, at Agostino's Italian Restaurant, son Paul serves as the executive chef. And in his father's former kitchen, he and his staff fill plates with tangles of linguini, shrimp, clams, and veggies using that nearly 50-year-old recipe. The rest of the menu follows suit with Italian style, from the opening appetizer (toasted beef ravioli) to the meal-ending desserts prepared in-house (cannoli, cassata cake). Of course, this family-owned establishment has a banquet room for other families to celebrate their own memories, such as when Uncle Thomas lost his fork down his shirt.