Tucked in a tiny strip mall on Route 18, Reggio's offers North End Italian cuisine in the suburbs. Despite the slightly tacky location, we were surprised to find the interior to be well decorated with unobtrusive frescoes and candlelit ambiance.
Diners are welcomed with a basket of warm bread and foccaccia served with a delicious seasoned olive oil for dipping. There is a full bar and lots of wine by the glass to choose from, as well as several beers on tap.
Entrees are served with a delicious and generous house salad that boasts incredible home-made house dressing. Our favorite entrees include:
+ Chicken mediterranean - This is penne with feta cheese, chicken, tomatoes and spinach in an olive oil and garlic sauce. I usually substitute shrimp for the chicken.
+ Quattro parmesan - My husband's favorite, this is a take on the traditional dish with veal, eggplant, shrimp and chicken.
+ Shrimp scampi - Delicious and plentiful
They have a small but good dessert menu (we like the tiramisu) and offer cappuccino and other dessert coffees.