Ferrari’s Little Italy and Bakery

Birthday dinner was afoot, but where to go? Pat suggested Buca di Beppo but I thought we could do a little better.

I chose Ferrari’s which is very close to our house. Reservations were a snap. I was happy to find they had a coat check in this horrid weather it was welcome. We were seated promptly and I was really amazed by the size of their menu. BTW Sunday is $5 martini night, just so you know.

Martini in hand, I perused the menu. After a bit of looking we ordered the fried mozzarella which came promptly. It was quite delicious and tasted very fresh. The herbed bread crumb coating was crunchy and delicious.

I ordered the Linguini Aglio Olio with shrimp which was really delicious. It had the right amount of spice and garlic and just an obscene amount of vegetables. There were some of the largest shrimp included for a small additional price. Our entrees came very quickly and were piping hot.

Pat ordered the Meat Trio pizza which had sausage, pepperoni and meatballs. Pat really liked the pizza a lot. I had a bite and the crust was very good. It got very crisp, but was still fluffy for being a thin pizza. The sauce and toppings were great.

Pat got a side of fettuccine Alfredo with scallops. I had a bite it was really good, creamy and of a good thickness. They threw so many scallops in there for a side it was ridiculous.

We decided to split a tiramisu which was delicious. Rich and flavorful while still being large enough to share. Pretty decadent.

It’s a full service bakery, wine store, you can buy olive oil as well. I would love to make Ferrari’s my regular little Italian spot. 

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