Mixed seafood grill

Jonathan Boncek

Mixed seafood grill

Tucked away a few blocks from King Street, the patio at Pane e Vino is where it’s at, surrounded by a vine-laden fence that shelters you from the street. Inside, the small dining room has its own cozy ambiance and the menu is stocked with traditional Italian dishes, like big bowls of spaghetti, cioppino, and potato gnocchi. They’ve also got fresh mozzarella with tomatoes and olive oil, and lasagna with ground beef, fontina, and mushrooms. It’s simple but hearty food that keeps the locals coming back for more. Al fresco dining at its best. —Eric Doksa Dish (Winter 2014)

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Great spot for al fresco dining on rustic Italian fare. Nice wine list.

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Hours: Dinner (daily)
Price: $$$$

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