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Italian: "Progressive, sexy and friendly with an urban twist, but not too pushy or hipster scene," says Andrea Frizzi, chef and owner. "We've withstood the test of time and all the trends that have come and gone since we opened in 2007." There's no need to be trendy when the menu focuses on locally sourced, organic and sustainable foods prepared with love and attention to detail. Frizzi calls Il Posto a "remembrance for me of growing up in Italy with my parents who ran a salumeria." Although he grew up in Milan he says the menu is inspired by all of Italy. Daily dishes might include such highlights as risotto with pancetta, corn, stracchino and arugula or mussels with nasturtiums, heirloom tomatoes, corn, squash and Iberico lomo. The daily offerings are written on a chalkboard. Sit down and be surprised!

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Local Expert Christine Loomis Says:

Italian: "Looking for a romantic table? Request No. 13 by the patio garage doors, especially nice in warm weather. If there are four of you wanting to be front and center, there's Table 31 in the heart of the dining room with action flowing all around."

Best for Italian Because: The menu changes daily and fish on the evening menu was caught just that morning.

Main Menu

Featured Items
Assaggini
Primi
Risotti
Secondi

Lunch Menu

Main
Assaggini
Primi
Piadina
Secondi
Due Piatti Business Lunch
Drinks

Wine List

Rossi al Bicchiere
Bianchi al Bicchiere
Frizzanti al Bicchiere
Bottiglie Bianche
Rosati i Frizzanti in Bottiglia
Bottiglie Rosse

Dinner Menu

Assaggini
Main
Primi
Risotti
Secondi
Quattro Piatti

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