An island favorite for authentic Italian food, this restaurant south of Crandon Park has been doing steady business since it opened in 2003. People rave about the calamari and veal sweetbreads, as well as the tagliolini pasta dish loaded with lobster, clams, squid, scallops and shrimp.
For kids, the restaurant does a special chicken parmesan that’s not on the menu. Or you can order them a half-portion of the linguine with alfredo, meat or butter sauce. Hours vary.