$79 for a three-course Italian dinner for two ($114 value)
- Two appetizers
- Two salads
- Two entrees
- See the menu.
In the kitchen at Ristorante Euno, the chefs forge a Zagat-rated menu that also embraces the homespun spirit of the Sicilian countryside. Beginning with seasonal produce and locally sourced seafood, they remain true to Italian culinary traditions by making everything from fresh pastas to sweet sausage in house. The wine list complements the hearty food with its selection of crisp whites and full-bodied reds from throughout Italy as well as from the vineyards of California, Washington State, Oregon, New Zealand, and France.
Walls of exposed brickwork and Tuscan plaster, a cellar featuring cubbies of wine bottles, and French windows with views of the bustling street all contribute to the restaurant's cozy, Old-World bistro ambiance. Such an ambiance led Gayot to hail the two-story eatery as "one of the neighborhood’s more genuinely charming spots." The Sicilian-influenced restaurant beckons passersby with a vintage sign hanging beside the front door, inviting them to a dining room that manages to feel rustic and intimate yet refined at the same time.