Giulia is located in a repurposed bank lobby with marble columns, and there’s even a private dining room that has a walk-in vault-turned-wine cellar. Start with a plate of tiramisu zeppole stuffed with chocolate and mascarpone, plus a cappuccino made with espresso sourced from local roaster Spyhouse. If you want some drama at the table, order the Neapolitan breakfast pizza—made with dough that’s been fermented for three days, the pie is cut tableside so you can fully appreciate the theater of the runny egg yolks. 

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