The entrance of Vincent Chicco’s with a spiral staircase, antique mirrors, and a vintage wooden bar makes one feel as though they’ve entered a European café. This newest addition of the Holy City Hospitality Group, which includes Coast, Virginia’s on King, 39 Rue de Jean and it’s neighboring sister restaurants, Victor’s Social Club and Michael’s on the Alley, offers southern Italian cuisine with homemade pastas in an elegant setting. Antipasti selections include house-made burrata. Traditional Tuscan Italian pasta offerings not to be missed include the succulent lamb sugo, a slow cooked lamb shoulder made into a Bolognese-style sauce over tagliatelle pasta with housemade ricotta and finished with lavender mint. Not into carbs? Then try the veal marsala with braised mushrooms and sundried tomatoes. You can even order these dishes while having cocktails at their neighboring, Victor’s Social Club, giving you multiple venues to enjoy these Italian delica cies. —Katherine Connor (Dish, Summer 2018)

Restaurant Details

Classic Italian-American fare with a menu of carbonara, pomodoro, ragu alla bolognese, Sicilian Sunday gravy, veal marsala, chicken parmesan, and the like.

Hours: Dinner (Daily)
Price: $$$$


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