Amazing ravioli and garlic bread. Great great spot with a really great authentic vibe. The server was a great help with all questions we had.
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The building housing three Italian restaurants is a holdout from another era. It occupies the width of the original Chicago lots. We chose the upstairs dining room with its kitschy decor meant to evoke eating under the Italian stars. We enjoyed a meaty lasagna Thursday...More
Lovely place, very unusual inside. But... Menu very limited and all overpriced even for chicago ! 2 bowls of average pasta and one beer was $79 ..pasta was extremely average.
We got into the city late and they didn't have many food options open. We were very glad they are open late. We ate at the bar and the service was fantastic and the pizza was delicious. Will go back again.
great meal great service. .. was looking for a nice well recommended place to take my friend for his birthday dinner. .. when i phoned they told me that no reservations are taken for just two people.... but when i told them it was for...More
I work a block away from the Italian Village and have eaten there several times and I have yet to be disappointed. My favorite place to dine is upstairs in the Village, which is decorated like a miniature replica of a little town in Italy....More
Our group was in a cozy little separate room with sparkling lights. It felt like we were some little mafia group making a deal! We were all happy in minutes seeing the large portions and tasty wine. The portions are large. I had a fettucine...More
A great Chicago institution and after living many years in NYC and re-locating to the South, I didn't think I could find great Italian fare ... Boy, was I wrong!
My husband and I eat at La Cantina every chance we get, and always enjoy the food, the service, and the atmosphere. Saturday I had the bass stuffed with crabmeat and I am still dreaming about that meal...it set a new standard for me. Thanks...More
Business lunch with colleagues - fast service (in and out in about 45 minutes), and enormous portions for a lunch meal. I had the pasta with meatballs in arrabiata sauce - just the right amount of heat. The fresh bread was warm and delicious, as...More