One of those restaurants that has been around for a while (since 1998) and I never got to until now. My bad. Osteria la Spiga is named for "la spiga di grano" (a shaft of wheat.) The name is reflected in the many house-made pasta dishes – fresh and true to the tradition of the Northern... read more
In Italy, the osteria is an inviting neighborhood spot where locals...
In Italy, the osteria is an inviting neighborhood spot where locals savor fresh, seasonal food while enjoying the company of good friends.
Renowned for its Northern Italian cuisine, la Spiga is authentic enough in both food and ambience to make you feel a wave of nostalgia, even if you've never been to Emilia-Romagna. Chef and co-founder Sabrina Tinsley crafts the Romagnola cuisine to make it genuine, yet hers alone. Using the very finest ingredients, menus are changed seasonally to reflect what is freshest in local markets. As co-founder and host Pietro Borghesi says, "An evening at la Spiga is like dining in Italy - without the plane fare."