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At La Dolce Vita Della Piazza in Frankfort, the melanzane al forno, or eggplant Parmesan ($17.95), includes sliced eggplant baked in a red tomato sauce and covered with cheese. It is served with the diner’s choice of pasta and a house salad. Photos by Nuria Mathog/22nd Century Media
The filetto di manzo portabello ($27.50) comes with sautéed beef tenderloin medallions, surrounded by artichoke hearts, portobello mushrooms and sweet peppers in a red wine sauce. The dish is served with pasta and a house salad.
The housemade tiramisu ($7.95), includes mascarpone cheese, cream, lady fingers dipped in espresso and a coffee liqueur.
Nuria Mathog, Contributing Editor
6:02 am CDT September 18, 2018
With a menu packed with pastas, sautéed shrimp and other Italian specialties, Frankfort’s La Dolce Vita Della Piazza aims to bring a piece of Italy to the southwest suburbs. The Old Frankfort Way establishment, which has been in business for the past 15 years, is one of the restaurant’s two locations, with the second in Plainfield.