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Sapori Trattoria
Italian Restaurant$$
Today 4:30 – 10:00 pm
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2701 N Halsted St Chicago, IL 60614
2701 N Halsted StUSILChicago60614
(773) 832-9999saporitrattoria.net
$$Italian RestaurantToday 4:30 – 10:00 pm
Monday 4:30 – 10:00 pmTuesday 4:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 4:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 4:30 – 10:00 pmFriday 4:30 – 11:00 pmSaturday 4:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 3:00 – 10:00 pm
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Small neighborhood restaurant with housemade pasta & other classic Italian dishes.- Google
People talk about lobster ravioli, pumpkin, chef anthony, appetizer and waiter
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Elijah Litscher
reviewed 5 months ago
Sapori Trattori has very good food, but more importantly it has a GREAT atmosphere. They have done a really good job of making the restaurant cozy without making it loud and boisterous. Even on the nights with the live music, it feels intimate. Their patio is excellent as well, but that can get a little little loud in summer months. Great date spot. There are usually some good experimental treats on the menu, and the chef obviously takes great pride in his presentation and taste. Prices are about what you would expect at an upscale Italian dining place, but if you look around you can usually find a Groupon or coupon somewhere. Just please don't use those on your date ;)
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Wesley Kim
reviewed 7 months ago
Perhaps italian food is not my thing. Yeah I must be in the wrong city. While we are at it, I don't watch commercialized sporting events either so yeah, take this review with a grain of salt. I ate at this establishment twice, both with a groupon which allowed me to try various things on their menu. It isn't a giant restaurant, it is somewhat small (it's no bistro though) and serves some not so bad pastas and white people cuisine (once people stop calling it Asian food, I will stop calling it white people food). The osso buco is pretty good, paired with a wine to cut through all that fat. Has a very hearty rich flavor and overall is quite tasty. Is it worth 30 dollars though? Not really. The portion is rich, but somewhat small. I could easily see my bill rack up to the 100s if you want a full course meal. The seafood pasta was alright, sort of reminds me of a chinese seafood soup but not spicy. Their grilled calamari was missing something, and was a bit too rubbery for my taste. Now what is actually really really good at this place? I don't know much about tiramisu but personally...I really really really like it. In fact, I would probably just come here for the tiramisu and coffee rather than the food itself. The cake has this quality sweet rum flavor with that delicious cocoa powdered topping. It is light and fluffy and taste like sweet clouds.. Even after chowing down on 3 courses we were eager to finish off the tiramisu. So if you want to grab a good piece of tiramisu, stop by at this place. The food, isn't terrible, just not worth the price in my opinion. The good: tiramisu and cappuccino The not so good: sort of pricy for what the food is.
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Rod Dickinson
reviewed 4 months ago
Excellent food. We especially like the family-style Mondays where for a fixed price of about $25/person you can share several dishes.
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Wendy Helms
reviewed 4 months ago
Sapori is a local italian eatery. The outdoor seating is nice in the summer; however, the pasta was just average. For $20+ a plate, we were hoping to be blown away with flavors, but everything was just okay (excluding the bruschetta, which was amazing). The place always has coupons, so make sure you bring one with you.
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Sarah Shuel
reviewed 9 months ago
I rant and rave about this place to everyone I meet that's looking for good Italian food. After living in Italy for six months, I quested to find Pasta Carbonara similar to the dish I had in a little trattoria in Florence that changed my life. While their Carbonara isn't quite the same, It's the best I've had since... and sadly I don't think it's on the menu anymore (this review may double as my outcry for the restaurant to bring the dish back). Everything else on the menu is equally as amazing, even if they don't reinstate the Carbonara. The service is great here also. The chef came to our table and personally thanked us for dining with him before comping our dessert. You know it's a good restaurant when the chef takes that much pride in it.
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Brian Stevens
reviewed 8 months ago
Amazing customer service from start to finish. The menu and food is delicious, and the staff really does go out of its way to make the evening great for you. Perhaps my only complaint ever is that the tables are squeezed in kind of close. But otherwise this place is great. If you get on their mailing list they will also send you birthday cards and updates on their menu.