Italian: Modo Mio's tables can seem tightly packed, but once you taste the food, you won't care a bit. Everything from "ethereally light" gnocchi to the dual textures of the crusty-but-soft bread is impeccably prepared and presented. The inventive combinations that grace the menu keep diners lively and sociable – the dining room is always energetic. A sample menu would include Lingu, braised calf's tongue, crispy potato, salsa verde, tomato mostarda, Agnolotti, veal and rabbit ravioli, sage butter, and Animelle, veal sweetbreads, artichoke, pancetta, lemon, thyme. With all entrees clocking in at less than $20 and no alcohol to jack up the ticket total, you can expect to get out of here paying less than $40 per person after a three-course meal.
Local Expert Sharon Rigney Says:
Italian: "The prix fixe menu is also an enormously satisfying steal at just $34 per person; it's so good it engenders loyalty usually reserved for fascist heads of state."
Best for Italian Because: The name of this restaurant comes up again and again when referring to great Italian restaurants, so they must be doing something deliciously right.
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