Chef Fulvio Valsecchi opened Ristorante Divino in 1998 serving fine Italian Cuisine. Family owned and ran, the restaurant has won numerous awards several years in a row for their excellence. Chef Fulvio was born in Italy and was raised and trained to take over the family restaurant business. Like many young adults, he wanted to see a little of the world before settling down after he had finished with his training. Fulvio came for a visit to the United States and never returned back to Italy (except to visit). And we are glad he decided to stay.
Ristorante Divino is fine dining at its best. One of the favorites of patrons is the Rack of Lamb. There are also several veal and seafood choices. Start your dinner with an Antipasti such as Bruschetta, or perhaps some Carciofini alla Parmigiana (baby artichokes). There are several delicious choices to prepare your taste buds for the main course to come. Whether its pasta, veal, seafood, or maybe some gnocchi you are craving, you can be assured to enjoy a savory dish. After dinner choose a mouth watering dessert made by their excellent Pastry Chef.
Be sure to compliment your meal with just the right wine. Ristorante Divino's wine cellar has over 3000 bottles, 434 different wines for you to choose just the right one for your dinner. Choose the perfect Italian or Californian wine for your preferred tastes and for your wallet. (Prices range from around $20 to over $1,000.) Or if you prefer they also offer some French and Australian brands.
So pull up front, let the valet do the parking, come inside and enjoy a wonderful evening with some great food.
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