Chefs make chicken marsala, penne alfredo, and cured meats from scratch using sustainable ingredients sourced from local farms
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for $25 worth of Italian dinner for two
- $24 for $50 worth of Italian dinner for four
Diners might order lasagna with sausage and beef ($9.95), a meatball sub ($7.95), seared steak medallions with blue cheese ($13.95), or baked ziti ($9.50). See the full menu here.
Iacofano’s chefs are dedicated to both sustainability and quality, which is why they make their pastas and cure their own meats using local ingredients sourced from Thackeray Farms, Abundant Seafood, and Saffron Café & Bakery. Though their seasonal, farm-to-table menus are distinctly Italian, they’re proud of their unwavering, self-described American influences: each heaping plate of baked ziti and eggplant parmesan comes with buttery garlic bread, a rousing rendition of Yankee Doodle, and a side salad big enough to be a meal by itself. These generous portions characterize the entire menu, from Mama’s meatballs to the hearty surf ’n’ turf. Each meal can be washed down with a glass of red or white wine or a classic martini.
“Great house wine and the bruschetta was really good !”
“Excellent service, prices,”
“I always enjoy my visits”