Chef-owner Stefano Ceresoli is authentically Italian and his restaurant, Piazza 1909 is a testament to the culture. First — the focaccia which is served with a delicious red pepper dipping sauce was so delicious it pretty much killed my appetite. But, alas, I was able to enjoy my dinner with included Piazza 1909 famous meatballs which were delicious. My dining companions raved about the ravioli (housemade, of course), salads and chicken picatta.
Piazza 1909 is well known for its dog-friendly patio (they host birthday PAWties and have a menu especially for the spoiled pets in your life. If you want to learn some of Chef Stefano family secrets you’ll want to sign up for an upcoming Italian cooking class which allows you to immerse yourself in Italian language, culture, history, and cuisine all while spending time with friends. Check out their website to register for the next class or special event.
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