Executive chef Thomas d' Aquin prepares transcendent cuisine with flavors recalling those of Southern France, Italy, Spain, Greece, and Morocco. The international tastes should be no surprise: "volta" is a Latin term meaning a trip or excursion. We like to reserve a table outside on the terrazza to peruse the carefully procured wine selection.
From taste to nutritional value to environmental impact, this food sings "kumbaya." As a community-supported restaurant, this eatery offers yearly memberships starting at $250. The noncomittal can simply walk in and try the grass-finished burger with housemade pickles and corn and arugula salad.
When you're in the mood for "straight up Cuban", look no further than this authentic sandwich shop. Entrées are offered too: like the picadillo, a homestyle ground beef plate made with peppers, onions, raisins, and capers. Stop in during happy hour for a fresh mojito.
Share mindful, organic dishes—reminiscent of chef Fabio Flagiello's childhood in Italy—at this no-frills Italian eatery. Opt for the pasta del giorno, like Saturday's beet- and ricotta-filled ravioli with sautéed poppyseeds and sage over beef ragout. Gluten free pizza crust is available.
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