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Belfast, Maine. Delvino's Grill & Pasta House

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I heard about this last week and saw no reference to it here on Chowhound so we took a chance at it last night. They have been in business just over a year and appear to have become quite poplular. I could see and taste why. Small storefront, reminded me of Besca, but charming. No pretense here - downhome comfortable. Waitstaff is welcoming and knowledgeable, very pleasant. The better half and I are food grazers and eat eveything together so we began. Crusty Italian bread and nice oil are basic.
Fried ravioli( three cheese with jalapeno) , baked brie with fruit and baguette. Both were excellent.
Next eggplant parm and prosciutto/asparagus saute - both a treat. I, being a sucker for prosciutto , was delighted. Both served with angel hair pasta. Finish with a nice creamy cheesecake drizzled with dark chocolate.

We will return -- I would recommend if you are in the area or traveling through. Open 11AM until 8'ish, right on Main street.

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  1. We live in Belfast and eat at Delvino's whenever we can. We have had wonderful meals there -- ribeye on lobster ravioli, eggplant parm sandwich, lady wasabi salad and on. Good food every time in a delightful place. And the owners are about to open a new place on High St. In Belfast, La Vida, which will have a Latin focus.

    1. Just finished dinner here now - really great food, we had the mushroom sachetti and the grilled ribeye with chorizo and lobster ravioli in a cream-based sauce. Hopefully we'll be back on the return trip from points north. We tried the Angler, but it closes at eight (on Fridays, anyway).