Cesca adds some style to a neighborhood not typically known for its trendy restaurants. The dining room’s dark wooden tables and iron chandeliers provide a chic, yet homey atmosphere. Its friendly, attentive service makes this upscale Italian restaurant a great spot to celebrate or simply spend time with family, friends and loved ones.
Albeit pricey, the menu offers a fine selection of classic Southern Italian dishes with an innovative and seasonal twist that are consistently fresh & consistently delicious.
Once considered a “hot spot,” Cesca continues to fill its spacious dining room, mostly with couples, families and small groups in their 30s+.
Reservations are recommended, even during the week, however the bar’s rustic, communal tables provide plenty of seating room if you have to wait, or if you’re looking for a more casual dining experience.
Appetizers from $10-$15; pastas & entrees from $23-$38.
March 8, 2011