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Fax: (312) 939-7281

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Neighborhoods
Printer's Row, Central Chicago, South Loop
Categories
Italian Restaurants, Pizza, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Mediterranean Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisines: Mediterranean, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza

Price Range : Below Average

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Michelle Binning

01/20/2012

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Overall
Some of the best Italian in Chicago

New to Chicago and was looking for good Italian (which I hear isnt hard to find here) and a friend told me to check out this place. The service was quick and friendly and it wasnt too crowded or noisy. The vibe of the place was a little mom and pop but the food... was incredible. Try the Chicken Parm. Its big, no way I was going to finish all that food. But I tried. Ill definitely be coming back here!

Karen Syed

06/16/2010

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Overall
Exceptional Food and Service

We've been visiting Trattoria for several years now when we attend the Printers Row Lit Fest and it is by far my favorite Italian eatery. The food is always wonderful and the staff is delightful. In the last four or five years, I've never had a bad experience.

We show up with anywhere from 15-20 people on a Saturday and they are always glad to see us and make us feel right at home.

And Penny is one of the best food service providers I know.

Wonderful!

ericaheitke

10/23/2008

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I probably would not go here again.

They had a rather cheap atmosphere, but good bread. I didn't really care for any of their soups. There chicken tasted dry and cheap and kinda stringy. There alfredo sauce was unique, but I think Olive Garden's is way better. Their's was very thin. They did have excellent shrimp though and I really enjoyed my shrimp fettucine with mushrooms in garlic wine sauce (custom order). For dessert I had Tiramisu. It was ok. The cheese part was excellent, but it lacked coffee flavor and needed more gooey chocolate and less powder cocoa.

flygood99

09/22/2006

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Overall
Amazing Food, Great Service, extremely relaxing place

This restaurant is truly italian. They allow you time to truly enjoy their extraordinary food. I eat fetticini alfredo at every italian restaurant I try, and I can say with out a doubt this was the best I've ever had. This coupled with the conveniance of a BYOB policy, makes this one of the best Italian spots in Chicago.

jameslo

11/02/2003

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Overall
great low key neighborhood italian

A low key comfortable setting does not require you to dress up very much. We had the grilled calamari, chicken, and seafood pastas. All excellent. The entrees come with either a soup or salad. Overall, a very nice and relaxing dinner at a reasonable price for the downtown area. We will definitely be revisiting. And we found out you can bring your own bottle of wine.

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