“A cozy neighborhood restaurant, perfect for a casual date night or with family.”
Start your meal with Little Italy’s house-made sourdough bread, olive oil/vinegar and a glass of White Zinfandel, which is also a nice pairing with the shrimp scampi.
A twist on the traditional shrimp scampi, add crumbled chicken sausage over angel hair pasta instead of linguini. The dish is made with a white wine sauce, lemon, and garlic.
If you’re looking for a heavier version of the shrimp scampi. Add Italian sausage to the shrimp scampi, with crumbled chicken sausage over angel hair pasta. The shrimp scampi is made with a white wine sauce, lemon, and garlic. Add freshly grated parmesan cheese and cracked black pepper to complement the flavors.
There are a lot of amazing entrees on the menu, We’ve had many but our favorite remains the customized shrimp scampi (pictured above). The eggplant parmigiana is excellent if you are looking for a meatless dish.
On the heavier side, the spaghettini with house meatballs is an excellent option. If you’re looking for a custom recommendation for this dish, add Italian sausage. You’ll love the flavor.
The Al Pollo pizza is a favorite, especially if you’re looking for a to-go-option. Be sure to ask for a crispy crust, it travels better. You don’t want a soggy pizza later.
- Recommended: Shrimp Scampi, spaghettini with house meatballs, eggplant parmigiana
- Best Table: Sideroom
- Service: Our waitress, knows us and our favorites
We’ve dined in and used for catering parties, here is the catering menu: https://italyslittlekitchen.com/catering/