House-made pasta, fresh seafood, and traditional favorites like veal saltimbocca and chicken cacciatore bring Italian flavors to life
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In Italian, pescatore means "fisherman," and conjures images of the rugged workers who earn their keep trawling the fish-rich waters of the Mediterranean. It's a fitting moniker for Pescatore's Restaurant; here, the culinary team specializes in Italy's frutti de mare, crafting dishes such as pan-seared Chilean sea bass with sun dried tomatoes, or risotto simmered with clams, calamari, mussels, and more. Of course, the chefs complement these dishes with land-based classics: veal shank with saffron risotto, gnocchi tossed in pesto, and assorted pizzas fired in piping-hot ovens.