Three brothers head up an Italian eatery brimming with veal made nine ways, housemade lasagna, clay-pot seafood, and dozens of wines
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- Type of cuisine: Italian
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About Villaggio Ristorante
With three cuisine-savvy brothers at the helm, Villaggio's Ristorante unfurls a tricolor flag of classic Italian dining in a boisterous, custard-colored space punctuated by stately roman columns. Tables quiver under heaping house specialties such as veal medallions, which don new aromas in one of nine traditional cooking styles, and fresh pastas tossed with fish, mussels, or scallops and served in a sizzling clay pot.
The cellar's nearly 100 wines complement Italian flavors and inspire reinvented traveling songs for sommelier road trips, and Fridays flaunt live performances by area musicians. Expansive banquet facilities bolstered by prix fixe banquet menus make for tasty shindigs in the restaurant's cheery celebration space.