John Anderson

L'Oca d'Oro

You’re not going to find meatballs drowning in red gravy and endless breadsticks at this casually upscale Italian restaurant. But you outgrew all that somewhere around your 18th birthday. Celebrate the pleasures of adulthood with chef Fiore Tedesco’s locally sourced, seasonal dishes (the wood-roasted mushroom lasagna is already legendary) and botanical cocktails – all served by fairly paid workers in a breathtakingly beautiful space.

1900 Simond

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