$20 for $40 Worth of Upscale Italian Fare and Drinks at Via Veneto Ristorante Italiano

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Chef lauded by ABC 7’s Hungry Hound crafts seafood & pasta dishes from Old World recipes

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$20 for $40 Worth of Upscale Italian Fare and Drinks

Lunch and dinner menus brim with pastas such as house-made gnocchi stuffed with spinach ($15.95) and meaty lasagna di carne ($14.95). Secondi entrees tout hearty plates of veal with spicy red sauce and mushrooms over a bed of pasta ($23.95) and bistecca rib eye steak ($22.95).

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Via Veneto Ristorante Italiano

For more than 20 years, Chef Tony Barbanente has adapted recipes from his childhood in an Italian fishing village to form a menu of simple yet delectable seafood dishes that earned him accolades from ABC 7's Hungry Hound. Chefs construct made-to-order veal, stuffed squid, and house-made pastas to slake hunger pangs or at least make them sing baritone during a medley of Pavarotti's greatest hits. The aromas of fresh cooking weave through the bright dining room, which features exposed brick and walls lined with black-and-white photos. The house language instructor, from Bari, Italy, educates curious diners about Italian cuisine and etiquette, including what to do when a pie-shaped moon hits the eye for just a little too long.

Via Veneto Ristorante Italiano

For more than 20 years, Chef Tony Barbanente has adapted recipes from his childhood in an Italian fishing village to form a menu of simple yet delectable seafood dishes that earned him accolades from ABC 7's Hungry Hound. Chefs construct made-to-order veal, stuffed squid, and house-made pastas to slake hunger pangs or at least make them sing baritone during a medley of Pavarotti's greatest hits. The aromas of fresh cooking weave through the bright dining room, which features exposed brick and walls lined with black-and-white photos. The house language instructor, from Bari, Italy, educates curious diners about Italian cuisine and etiquette, including what to do when a pie-shaped moon hits the eye for just a little too long.

Customer Reviews

Thank you for being you.
June B. · December 11, 2012
Love everything about your restaurant.
Charmaine M. · November 4, 2012
Great Service. Good food.
Brian C. · September 10, 2012

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