Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of Italian food
- $40 for $85 worth of Italian food for four or more
The menu includes antipasti such as fried buttermilk brined calamari ($12) and seared diver-sea scallops with sautéed spinach ($17), as well as primi, such as braised duck with housemade potato gnocchi ($24) and milk fed veal in sage with rustic mashed potatoes and prosciutto ($30).
Even among Lexington's other historic buildings, Bellini's Italianette-style architecture stands out; perhaps because the building has been a city fixture for close to 150 years. This was a large draw for long-time friends Giancarlo Marletta and Nader Iweimrin when they started the restaurant some 10 years ago. But Bellini's has been a shared success. Chef Craig Devilliers deftly helms the kitchen and insures quality with a strict sustainability pledge: organic and locally sourced seasonal ingredients whenever possible. The result is a dynamic menu pairing rack of lamb and diver scallops with modern accents of basil relish, blackberry compote, and sweet candied fennel.