Restaurant featured on the Food Network plates up homemade pasta and savory Italian specialties
What You'll Get
- $18 for $30 worth of Italian cuisine
- Click to see the menu.
The Fine Print
About The Como Restaurant
When Francesco Antonacci realized his dream and opened the doors to The Como Restaurant, the Roaring Twenties were still in their prime and Babe Ruth and the '27 Yankees were still just the Yankees. Four generations later, Como continues to prepare Italian food according to Old World traditions. Homemade pastas are topped with rich, savory sauces, tender cuts of veal are pan-fried in olive oil, and thinly sliced eggplant is layered with marinara and mozzarella. The warming cuisine is complemented with imported wines and liquors. It's this attention to flavorful detail that has made the eatery a Niagara Falls institution, and led to its feature in press outlets that include the Food Network.