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$12 for $25 Worth of Italian Cuisine
Pancetta and red onions dapple the carbonara's bed of linguini bathed in a butter and cream sauce and mixed with a single egg ($12.95). The Sack Boulevard stands out among more than 15 specialty pizzas—all sporting housemade dough and sauce—with prosciutto, red peppers, and artichokes ($12.25–$18.50). Entrees include the veal parmigiana ($17.95) and the gnocchi al gorgonzola con pollo, which gathers squash, gorgonzola cheese, and walnuts with gnocchi and julienne chicken breast ($15.95). Click here for the full menu.
Al Dente's cooks pay homage to both Italy's Old-World dinner traditions and America's love of quick afternoon lunches. They make their own sausage, meatballs, and pizza dough in house, injecting authenticity into daily lunch specials that pair pizza slices and sandwiches with chips and soda. They prepare more robust entrees for dinner, including pastas and dishes featuring veal and chicken. For seafood, they embrace a variety of preparation methods, crisping up ocean-born delicacies in the fryer, sautéing them over noodles, or stirring them into bowls of stew. With the free WiFi, diners can stay up-to-date on the news and the latest styles in marinara stains.
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