At 12 years old this past May, Angelo’s is what’s considered ancient in the world of
But, of course, the place itself has to take some credit, and the menu might be a good place to start. Favorites include Frutti di Mare (shrimp, crabs, scallops in garlic butter sauce), chicken Piccata (served with a lemon butter sauce) and grilled Italian sausage and peppers. The sausage, like the tiramisu and cannolis, is prepared fresh in-house daily — “We’re really proud of that,” Ramirez says.
When owners Bernadette Teresa Maria Fantinucci and Jim Fisher opened the restaurant more than a decade ago, they couldn’t have imagined that this area would become so popular that they’d eventually be competing with a corporate chain restaurant like Carrabba’s. But, they say, so far it hasn’t affected business one bit.
“There have been no problems at all. But then, we’ve got a lot of loyal customers,” Ramirez says. “
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