This little gem of restaurant is tucked away off Ridgefield Parkway in a part of town I usually avoid due to lack luster culinary experiences (I like local venues and tend to eat downtown). First off, it's two restaurants, Accanto a casual wine bar (the picture tripadvisor currently has up of the bar) and Little Venice, a nicer sit down side with white table clothes and little candles. I ate on the the Little Venice side, so all I can say about Accanto is it's cute and looks like a good spot to check out, especially for appetizers and a drink after work!
Little Venice's food was really good and had large portions for the price (pasta's around $17-20, chicken $23-24, veal/pork/beef $23-32). If you order a meat, you get a salad, starch of the day and vegetable of the day as well which all are pretty large as well. The waiter was absolutely awesome and timed everything perfectly. The only downside to this spot is its on the small side so you are pretty close to your neighbor. Not too close that it's uncomfortable, but close enough that if you are nosy you can know exactly what they think of their dish! But, that's just the norm for a smaller restaurant, and they do a good job with decorating to keep it intimate!
TL;DR: Good food, great service, cute place but small!
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