- $50 for $100 worth of Italian food
- See the menu.
It's tough to be timeless, because you can't predict what trends will eventually fall by the wayside. Rossini's Restaurant, however, has made some pretty good bets in its 36 years of business: beautiful paintings, a spacious dining room, and live music every night. Six nights out of seven, that music comes from a piano. But on Saturdays, an opera trio takes the stage, singing romantic numbers throughout supper.
The menu is just as classic as the ambiance. It begins with antipasti and salad dishes, followed by pasta plates such as stuffed tortellini and linguine in a clam broth. The seafood dishes include a catch-of-the-day that can be prepared to your or the chef's taste, and Dover sole that may or may not be available, depending on whether the fish market wanted to keep it all to itself. Other entrees center on filet mignon medallions, seasoned lamb chops, and sauteed veal in white wine.