Cozy Italian for Sunday night
Taking a friend for a birthday dinner on Sunday. Her favorite cuisine is Italian.
Was going to Irene's but they are closed on Sundays. Other than Tommys, what is your rec for traditional Italian, with a NOLA flair? We will be catching up after not seeing each other for a long time, so a quiet, cozy atmosphere is preferred. Thank you.
Good list edible complex. I vote for eleven 79. Bacco could be cozy if you get seated in the front room near the bar. Cafe giovanni would be good on the nights they have live music which. I have not been to tony Angelo's since they reopened, but I am glad to hear people have enjoyed themselves there.
Eleven 79. Warehouse District: 1179 Annunciation. 569-0001
Cafe Giovanni. French Quarter: 117 Decatur. 529-2154
Adolfo’s. Marigny: 611 Frenchmen. 948-3800
Fausto’s. Metairie: 530 Veterans Blvd. 833-7121
Ristorante Da Piero. Kenner: 401 Williams Blvd. 469-8585 *****
Tony Angello’s. Lakeview: 6262 Fleur de Lis Dr. 488-0888
Todaro's. Harvey: 2701 Manhattan Blvd. 362-8522
Mosca’s. Waggaman: 4137 U.S. 90. 436-9942
Del Porto. Covington: 205 N. New Hampshire. 985-875-1006
not sure who is open on Sundays or what part of town you are interested in, but here are some winners in no particular order
*****except Da Piero's is my favorite of the list (and of many local chefs)