This neighborhood BYOB serves dishes like veal parmigiana, chicken marsala, and some other filling family-style choices like a NY strip topped with seared scallops. And nights where you do bring half of your family, they have a massive double cut Sicilian pork chop that's a big as the plate. For $34, it's big enough for three, tender, and is smothered in a sugary balsamic glaze that you'll want to sneak extra scoops of when splitting it up. Plus, they even a couple of desserts like tiramisu that can come in handy when stopping by for a birthday or anniversary.
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