Photo by John Anderson

Il Brutto

With its shiny teal walls and fairy-light-strung patio, Il Brutto is anything but ugly. The menu is dedicated to classic Italian dishes like squid ink tagliolini (don’t even think about asking for Parmesan!) and delightfully crisp-edged wood-fired pizzas, perfect with a glass or two of spumante.

1601 E. Sixth

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