The handwritten menu offers traditional Italian classics such as: Chicken Parmesan, Cannelloni, Veal Scaloppini, Chicken Cacciatore and NY Steak. The menu is priced well, ranging from $14 - $18, and is served family style. All entrees come with soup, salad, bread and dessert. Ala Carte dining is available for those with smaller appetites along with daily specials. An adequate wine list with wines by the glass for around $5 - $8 and bottles ranging from $20 - $29. Dallimonti’s also hosts a full bar which is quaintly separated from the restaurant by lattice, greenery and twinkling lights.
My wife and I ordered a calamari appetizer that proved tasty and both agreed the Minestrone soup was excellent. A nice tossed green salad arrived, followed by our entrees. My wife had the chicken Roma special: A chicken breast with artichokes, asparagus, prosciutto and capers in a nice white sauce and I had the chicken picatta. Magnifico! Dessert for us was a generous scoop of ice cream and the bread pudding. Kaluha and coffees followed, which proved to be just what the doctor ordered! This was a great meal!
One thing you should know about Dallimonti’s is that your experience is not rushed. This is a perfect place for dining with family or friends in a relaxed atmosphere. If you have little ones that might get restless you should let your server know that you would like your meal delivered quickly. Now, call your family and friends and get to Dallimonti’s! We loved it!
Happy Hour – Yes, 5:00 – 7:00pm M – F with light food and beverage specials.
Live music – Yes, Saturday nights
Karaoke – Yes, Friday nights
Sports on TV – Yes, in the bar
Family Friendly - Yes