- $25 for $40 worth of Italian food
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One night in 1980, Tutto Bene was born around the Albaneses' holiday table when a conversation about making their family-recipe homemade ravioli gave life to a fledgling business. Inspired by a lifetime of satisfying family meals, they set up a pasta display in an area cheese shop. Soon, the demand for their product could not be contained to a store corner, so they eventually decided to continue the tradition by expanding to a 6,000 square-foot restaurant. There, the family began serving a complete menu of their Italian and Mediterranean classics, focusing on creating each menu item with the culinary devotion that spans generations of the Albanese family.
The house specialties include saltimbocca and chicken marsala, made with the Albanese's homemade pastas and sauces. Although traditional recipes dominate the menu, chefs also work up some dishes of their own invention; try the Tuscan baby-back ribs, which come glazed with balsamic vinegar, honey, and espresso. After dinner, guests can bring home more than a doggy bag—an onsite retail shop is stocked with fresh pastas, some even hand-cut to order.