Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar has reopened for dinnertime dine-in and takeout. Daily dinner hours will be 4 p.m. to midnight until further notice.
With four new individual and family-style takeout dinner options, as well as a dine-in menu featuring many of Ferraro’s most beloved signature dishes, Ferraro’s looks forward to welcoming patrons again.
“By streamlining our menu, we have not only been able to lower our prices, but also introduce takeout options giving our locals new choices to reflect our current times,” says Gino Ferraro, owner, Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar. “On behalf of all of us, we have missed you tremendously and can’t wait to see you again.”
Dine-in guests can indulge in favorites such as Ferraro’s Lasagna alla Gino, Gnocchi with house pomodoro sauce and a seasonal Branzino dish, where grilled Mediterranean Sea bass comes with English peas, fava beans, artichoke and pistachio oil.
Meantime, Ferraro’s brand-new to-go menu introduces two-, three- and four-course takeout menus, along with a family-style option for four to six people. Single-serving menus start at $25 per person (Ferraro’s Salad or soup of the day, Pollo Piccata or Parmigiana with mixed vegetables); $40 per person (Caesar salad or Pasta e Fagioli soup, half-order Spaghetti and Meatballs, Chicken Marsala or Grilled Salmon, mixed vegetables and roasted potato) and $50 per person (Insalata Mimmo, Spinach Ravioli in butter and sage sauce, Vitello Piccata or Branzino, sautéed spinach and roasted potato, Tiramisu).
The family-style special, including five courses designed to serve four to six people, costs $150 and includes Salsiccia Calabrese and Rapini, Ferraro’s Salad, Rigatoni Bolognese, Pollo Parmigiana and Tiramisu.
To make reservations or to order takeout, click here or call (702) 364-5300.