The Low Down
Where to Sit: Ask for one of the enclosed booths, which make you feel worlds away from other diners.
Parking: Valet or try the paid parking lot at 33 W Monroe Street.
Fun Fact: La Cantina Enoteca shares the Italian Village's 45,000-bottle-strong wine list, making it a Wine Spectator-noted restaurant.
What to Drink: The award-winning wine lists boasts more than 1,000 domestic and foreign wines ranging from $25 to $1,000 per bottle, plus about 10 selections by the glass.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
The lower level of the Italian Village trio of restaurants couples the look of a wine cellar with hearty meal portions.
by Contributor at Citysearch
Colorful fish swim in tanks set in brick walls at this underground Loop spot, a gathering place for dates, theatergoers and out-of-towners. Northern and Southern Italian steak and seafood dishes come sauced and inâ¦
By Andrew at GrubHub
great and fast as usual
By tommyj2069426952 at Citysearch
If you love Italian food this is the place to be, Great Food, Excellent Service. Will def. visit again Read More
Great Customer Service
By Simon C at Insider Pages
Great Service, Great price, Great Food, Great atmosphere!! Reason why they deserve a 5 star. Will definitely visit again . \r Highly Recommended! Read More
Will Go Again
By Russel V at Insider Pages
I ordered some Lasanga, it was pretty decent, fair price, would recommend for casual dining experience. Read More
Italian Village on a Off Night
By gdgd65 at Citysearch
Staying at the Palmer House and decided to order in, we choose several dishes so as to share. The garlic bread had no garlic, totally tasteless. TH... Read More