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Where the Mediterranean Sea meets the shore, In Italy, lies Cinque Terre, or "Five Villages". The turquoise waters and fertile soil here nurture a wealth of culinary treasures, like superb seafood, pesto, porcini mushrooms and wine. Gifted Italian-born Chef Aldo Marcon honed his skills in his grandma's kitchen pretending he was the "Amaretto Cookie Chef". Broadened his horizons by studying at the prestigious Carlo Porta culinary school in Milan, afterwards wowing his way through many notable kitchens like the well-known Cafe Fiorello in Manhattan. He eventually moved to New Orleans, where he cooked alongside such famed chefs as Emeril Lagasse and Mario Batali. Cultural flare and culinary delights…
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We came here for a treat for our daughter who is a student in the area, the food was delicious. Decor is very eclectic but nice. A bit pricey but had some nice specials that made it more affordable. A hidden gem.
Good decor and well appointed Italian Restaurant.......food was average, service average but I wouldnt go back not much customer service skills...........if you are using a Groupon or Restaurant.com coupon make sure you confirm what the prices are....they (the owner) may try and talk you out...More
Weeknight visit, not busy at all. We were a party of 5, three of which chose the daily special, lobster stuffed ravioli. I can’t speak as to the quality of the other two dishes, although both were only half-eaten, but aside from the starter salad,...More
We frequent this place a lot. I have noticed that the quality of the food is declining as is the service. Had the Spinach Fettuccine Alfredo with Chicken. The Alfredo sauce was thin like soup. It had no taste. It was like they used milk...More
It is obvious that the pasta here is homemade. All of us had some type of pasta dish and we loved all of them. The braised red in red wine sauce on my dish was excellent with big chunks of meat. The portions were perfect....More
A cozy family owned restaurant! This is one of our favorite restaurants, especially on week days for the very affordable 3 course meal. I adore their short rib rigatoni, even the gluten free pasta is delicious. Bottles of wine are half off on Wednesday. This...More
The Cinque Terre Italian Restaurant is hidden away in a small strip shopping center. We found it online and made a reservation and gave it a try. Daniel was our server and upon arrival the restaurant was fairly empty but started to fill up as...More