- $30 for $50 worth of Italian bistro food for two or more
- See the menu.
Retractable floor-to-ceiling windows allow warm weather to sweep in through Gallo Nero's brick façade and trace sun-kissed breezes across exposed wood beams and high shelves lined with wine bottles. The menu teems with morsels created by executive chef Roberto Lopez, who parlayed his tenures at other Mediterranean restaurants into a career of handcrafting dishes with accents from Italy's various regions. Fresh tomatoes, white beans, and wild mushrooms sweep minds on journeys through sun-soaked fields of produce, and white-wine parsley sauce drapes across pastas. A full bar sets up shop in a picturesque corner of the space, and more than 500 bottled wines make their home on an impressive wine list. Glasses brimming with white and red elixirs click together in toasts beneath the eatery's gold-lettered sign, and careful artisans evenly distribute the bubbles in sparkling wines.