Any feedback on Giulia?
I hadn't realized that this spot was open yet, but apparently it was. Was curious if anyone had been there and could provide some feedback.
Went on December 20th, and had a delightful meal. The space is gorgeous with a lot of exposed brick and a really comfortable bar to sit at. Cannot comment on the dining room service but the bar staff was attentive and knowledgeable about the both the food and the wine. Had a nice negroni to start and a few different glasses of wine that all paired very well with the food. Tried a lot of the menu. The semolina cakes with homemade lardo were a great way to start. Cakes were light and well prepared. And you really cannot go wrong with pork fat. Had both the bucatini all'amatriciana and lobster agnolotti. Both pastas are made in house and were delightful. Agnolotti were light and the lobster really shined. Finished with Ribeye with salsa verde. Steak was cooked perfectly and the salsa verde seemed to be happy marriage of the salsa verde I think of and a delicious butter sauce. The brussel sprout side with chile and orange was so good we ordered a second order. It was my birthday so my total recall of the evening is a little blurry, but I would hastily return.