Repeatable: Yes! Visits: 2
Spinasse‘s take on Italian food is unpretentious, unfake, and utterly delicious. Sit at the bar (the lower counter) for the best experience. Show up at 5:00 if you didn’t make reservations. Justin Niedermeyer knows how to cut pasta and isn’t afraid to do so while his patrons are eating just a fork’s throw away from him. The Bolognese was a true ragu, with little bits of meat and not too much sauce. Rabbit was a revelation: Tender and perfectly cooked. Get the $75 prix fixe option that allows you to taste the entire menu–it’s one of the best deals in town.
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